90% of all goods and products are transported by sea. A daily routine for shipping companies and seafarers. But for many others, the maritime world remains invisible. That is why the employees of Wagenborg and Niestern Sander take you into the world of shipbuilding and shipping. Welcome to our monthly 'EasyMax journal'. In this edition we talk about the progress of the construction process through the eyes of the welder, newbuilding superintendent and shipyard's supervisor.
After a few weeks of maintenance, the MV Koningsborg has been taken into service again after her fifth class renewal. After this refit in Turkey, the 9.000 DWT K-type vessel was put back into operations for many more years of reliable service.
On the 8th of September the LNG tanker ‘Murex’ arrived in Eemshaven under agency of Wagenborg. Assisted by multiple tugs - including the Wagenborg tugs Waterlines, Waterstraat and Waterstroom – the first LNG tanker moored successfully at the Wagenborg terminal with the assistance of the Wagenborg tug boats.
On Sunday, September 4, the Floating Storage Regassification Unit (FSRU) ‘Golar Igloo’ arrived in the Eemshaven under the agency of Wagenborg at the end of the afternoon. This floating LNG facility receives port assistance of multiple ASD tug boats including the ‘Waterlines’, ‘Waterstraat’ and ‘Waterstroom’. ‘Golar Igloo’ was moored safely in the Wilhelminahaven.
Earlier this week, Wagenborg has shipped a cargo of various steel product to the Great Lakes in the USA. In various Baltic ports ferrochrome, steel bars and aluminium was loaded on the mv Máxima destined for the American market. The mv Máxima is one of the EasyMax vessels in the Wagenborg fleet.
Earlier this week, Wagenborg has shipped a cargo of various forest product to the US East Coast. In various Baltic ports this timber, wood pulp and paper was loaded on the mv Arneborg destined for the American market. The mv Arneborg is one of the geared 15.750 DWCC vessels in the Wagenborg fleet.