After a tender procedure, shipyard Royal Niestern Sander, Wagenborg Offshore and a joint-venture between Mercury Sakhalin and Pola have signed an agreement for the construction of the world’s first shallow draft ice-breaking walk to work vessel. After delivery in December 2021, Mercury Sakhalin will operate this vessel on the East Coast of Sakhalin for the oil and gas industry.
Recently, about 1.750 tons of wheat was discharged from the MV Douwent at the Wagenborg Bulk Terminal for Royal Koopmans under agency of Wagenborg. The cargo will be stored temporarily at the Bulk Terminal and be transshipped to the city of Leeuwarden into inland vessels in a couple of months.
Since many years Wagenborg operates a roro liner service with weekly calls from Sheerness and Terneuzen to Södertälje. As of June 2020, Wagenborg will add a second sailing per week, which enables more trailer- and container based goods to be delivered to the greater Stockholm area.
At the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard, Wagenborg has installed the bridge deck section of Easymax 2 at the quay side. Yard number 851 for Royal Wagenborg and affiliated partners is the second vessel of the type Easymax.
Recently, the MV Adrienne arrived in the port of Delfzijl under agency of Wagenborg to load salt for Wilmington. Upon arrival, the bulk carrier received port assistance of two 60 tBP Wagenborg tugs to safely berth at the quay side.
The MV Eeborg is the first vessel for Wagenborg on the Great Lakes in the 2020 season after the locks system had been closed since mid-January for its annual winter maintenance work. After discharging ferro alloys in Montreal, the MV Eeborg is heading for Windsor to load 9.750 tonnes of soybean meal for Europe.