19 April 2024 Successful milestone in the building process of EasyMax 4

Today the foreship of the new building EasyMax 4 has been transported successfully to the quayside at Royal Niestern Sander. This transport has been safely executed by the heavy transport experts of Wagenborg Nedlift by using Self Propelled Modular Trailers (SPMTs).

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17 April 2024 Again Wagenborg performs safe tug assistance for LNG carrier in Eemshaven

Sunday April 14th Wagenborg again assisted an inbound LNG carrier safely to berth in Eemshaven. For towing the SM Albatross, the Wagenborg tugs Waterlines, Waterland, Waterstraat and Waterstroom were put in action.

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22 February 2024 Successful first voyages EasyMax vessel ‘Amalia’

After delivery in January the m.v. Amalia - the latest sustainable MPP vessel in the Wagenborg fleet – left her home port Delfzijl for her first voyages. Under command of captain Joenamar S. Bacuetes the first voyages have been completed successfully.

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12 February 2024 Construction EasyMax 4 in full swing

Recently, the first sections of the fourth EasyMax have been transported from the construction hall to the quay side at shipyard Royal Niestern Sander. With this transport the shape of the vessel becomes visible again.

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05 February 2024 100 years Wagenborg and Pot Shipping

Today we celebrate the 100 year partnership between Wagenborg and Pot Shipping. In 5 February 1924 the first sea charter of Wagenborg was concluded. This voyages enclosed a load of roof tiles and was performed with Daniël Pot’s vessel ‘Weldaad’.

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31 January 2024 EasyMax journal: episode 18

In this edition of the EasyMax Journal, Captain Erik Rosner explains the various tests conducted during a trial voyage. Maritime Surveyor Hendrik Jan Postel from the classification Bureau Veritas records everything for certification, while Contract Manager Maurice Stokhof de Jong monitors whether everything functions in practice as planned and agreed upon.

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15 January 2024 Third EasyMax put into service as MV Amalia

The third EasyMax was delivered to Wagenborg and taken into service under her official name: Amalia.

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10 January 2024 New Stage V engine for 47 year old inland pusher tug GYAS

Recently, the engine installation of the 47-year old inland pusher tug ‘GYAS’ has been completely renewed. The old two-stroke diesel engine has been replaced by a Volvo D13-400 main engine. By investing in this new Stage V engine, the GYAS is ready for many more years of loyal service.

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04 January 2024 Salt water under the keel for third EasyMax

The third EasyMax - under construction at Royal Niestern Sander as yard number 852 - has salt water under the keel for the first time after being transported from the ship yard to its home port Delfzijl.

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