One of our F-class vessels recently completed Wagenborg’s first Transatlantic voyage sailing on co-processed marine fuel. This shipment – requested by one of our customers – illustrated the ease to switch to this type of a drop-in bio fuel, resulting in a 68% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions on this specific voyage.
At the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard, Wagenborg has transported the bow ship section of EasyMax 3 from the construction hall to the quayside. Yard number 853 for Royal Wagenborg and affiliated partners is the third vessel of the Easymax ship type.
Metsä Group and the Dutch shipping company Royal Wagenborg have agreed to cooperate in reducing the climate impact of maritime transport. The goal is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in sea transport of Metsä Group products by 30 percent per ton/mile by 2030 when compared to 2021.
Wagenborg is proud to announce that the MV Egbert Wagenborg has been awarded the Friendship Coin by Harbour Master Peter Berry for being the first ocean-going foreign vessel (also known as a 'First Salty') to arrive at the Port of Windsor (Ontario, Canada) in 2023.
Section construction of the EasyMax III is progressing well, says Supervisor Section Construction Harbert Bruggers. Ironworker Michael certainly contributed to this. He and his colleagues build the sections and help Wolfard & Wessels install their piping.
By combining various in-house logistic services and equipment, Wagenborg can be considered a one-stop shop for a custom logistic solution. Recently, Wagenborg Towage and Wagenborg Nedlift joined forces when loading a skid in Farmsum, the Netherlands, destined for the Middle East.
The construction of our third EasyMax is well on schedule, according to Alwin Huisman (Project Coordinator at the Niestern Sander shipyard). HSE Coordinator Alex Groothuis keeps a close eye on safety and Purchaser Johan Beuving has started purchasing thousands of things.