After a few weeks of maintenance, the MV Medemborg has been taken into service again after her fifth class renewal. After this refit in Liepaja, the 9.000 DWT M-type vessel was put back into operations for many more years of reliable service.
Recently, the construction of the third EasyMax started at shipyard Royal Niestern Sander. This new multipurpose vessel was ordered recently and is expected to be delivered and put into operation in 2023.
Royal Wagenborg has published its 2021 Sustainability Report, a detailed report on how it integrates sustainability into its business and own operations. In 2021 Royal Wagenborg made significant progress in improving her approach to Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) issues and in evolving our business to respond to the changes required in the ongoing energy transition.
After a few weeks of regular maintenance for her first class renewal the MV Egbert Wagenborg has been taken into service again. During this docking period in Klaipėda, the 13.800 DWCC Easymax vessel received various ‘green’ updates. This makes this vessel even greener and more environmentally friendly.
From May 17th until May 19th 2022 Breakbulk Europe 2022 will take place at Ahoy Rotterdam in the Netherlands. Breakbulk Europe 2022 is the largest exhibition & educational forum in Europe addressing the needs of traditional breakbulk and project cargo logistics professionals.
Last week the pipe laying platform ‘Toro’ left Eemshaven for Turkey. The platform was assisted in the port and on the Ems by five tugs, including the Wagenborg tugs Waterstraat, Waterstroom and Waterman.