The Hareide-based shipping company contracted a new well vessel and at the same time entered into a a long-term agreement with Mowi Canada East. The shaft barge will have a loading capacity of 2,200 m3 and will be delivered in the first quarter of 2022.
The new vessel was designed by NSK Ship Design and will be built at the Zamakona Yards Bilbao shipyard in Spain. In addition to focusing on good fish health and preventing the spread of infections, the vessel will be equipped with a fully integrated freshwater system with a large production capacity relative to the size of the well, Intership writes. in a press release.
This will be the second boat with a freshwater system for Intership, in addition to the system on “Inter Caledonia”, which entered service in 2016.
Intership was established in 2014 and has experienced solid growth since its inception. The company offers a modern fleet with innovative technology for sustainable fish handling, processing and transportation. After the takeover of the new building, the total capacity of the fleet will increase to more than 13,000 m3 divided between eight well vessels. The vessels operate in Norway, Chile, Scotland, Iceland and the east and west coasts of Canada.
– It is with great pleasure that we share this news. In addition to building yet another well boat, we have once again received the renewed trust of our long-time client, Mowi. After the delivery of the vessel, we will have two boats in operation for the same client, on the east coast of Canada, explains general manager Ole Peter Brandal in a commentary.
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