The second EasyMax - under construction at Royal Niestern Sander as yard number 851 - has salt water under the keel for the first time after being transported from the ship yard to its home port Delfzijl.
Nobody could have predicted how turbulent the past months would be. So many otherwise stable factors have become disrupted, leading to uncertainty which can easily become paralysing. But that is our worst-case scenario. We need to move on, building on our assets and on our abilities. In close cooperation with customers, suppliers and our Wagenborg family we once again will overcome this tough period. As we move into 2021 and hope for better times, here is a look back on some stories that moved our company last year.
In 2020 Wagenborg and affiliated captain owners installed 33 ballast water management systems in their fleet of MPP vessels. With this significant number of installations and accompanying investment, Wagenborg demonstrates her high commitment to reduce her environmental footprint and achieve a better climate and environment.
After a tender process, Wagenborg Offshore has signed an agreement for the deployment of a Walk to Work Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel (W2W ERRV). This third walk to work vessel in the Wagenborg fleet will be operated by Wagenborg Offshore as a standby and support vessel for inspection and maintenance of unmanned platforms in the Southern North Sea.
“Making our business more sustainable every day for present and future generations”. With this statement, Wagenborg is fully committed to sustainability. Wagenborg strives to be a sustainable, healthy, yielding company in the long term that minimizes its footprint through innovation and efficient processes. This ambition has been formalized in a sustainability policy.
Recently, Royal Wagenborg and Universal Africa Lines (UAL) closed a time charter contract for the MV Andesborg. This A-class vessel will sail for UAL on a direct service between North West Europe and Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenia in East Africa.
Royal Wagenborg has successfully completed five polar voyages in the Canadian Arctic via the North West Passage with her ice-strengthened vessels Trinityborg, Adriaticborg, Arneborg and the Amstelborg.