Winter is coming. And that remains special for us every year. Where nature around us keeps hibernation and waits for the days to get longer, we continue to sail through large ice plains with our ice-strengthened ships. With Christmas on the horizon, it's time to look back on 2019. With a continuous focus on safety, innovation and sustainability, Wagenborg maintains her reputation as the multipurpose short sea shipping company. As we move into 2020, here is a look back on some stories that moved our company last year.
Wagenborg was asked by a ship-dismantling company in Kampen, the Netherlands, to assist with her 300t floating crane Triton and Wagenborg Barge 1 to lift the ~2.500t weighing ex-fregat “Köln” from the water onto the quay side.
As of March 27th, the crew transfer vessel (CTV) Waterlines will get a second life within the Wagenborg Group. The CTV, previously owned and managed by Wagenborg Towage, is added to the fleet of Wagenborg Passenger Services with immediate effect.
Recently, the Wagenborg Barge 9, loaded with a jacket, arrived in the Eemshaven. The pontoon was moored in the Julianahaven under the agency of Wagenborg with the assistance of the tug boats Waterstraat and Waterstroom.