We improve customer needs, costs and procedures by use of innovation. Together with our stakeholders, we transform opportunities and processes into next generation solutions.
Our projects & newbuilding is constantly looking for modifications to deploy our fleet more effectively by allowing these vessels to load more cargo with the same assets. For instance, a series of twelve 6.000 DWT vessels are deepened resulting in 10% more cargo capacity.
In close cooperation with various clients, the possibilities of a methanol or hydrogen vessel are investigated with the intention to operate an MPP vessel in the Baltic region.
We use our knowlegde to improve every new design for our fleet. Every new vessel design needs to have an improved CO2 footprint with a EEDI (Energy Efficieny Design Index) improvement of at least 5% compared to the previous design. In other words: every new type of vessel has to emit 5% less gram CO2 per ton cargo / nautical mile.
Modifications to the bulb, propeller and the lenghtening of vessels are investigated for various vessels types.
A consortium of leading international maritime companies including Wagenborg, supported by Maritime Knowledge Centre, have joined forces to further investigate the feasibility of methanol as a sustainable alternative transport fuel in the maritime sector.
In 2019 Wagenborg Shipping worked on BRIDGE’, an ERP system that will have an impact on everyone within Wagenborg
Shipyard Royal Niestern Sander – a wholly owned subsidiary of the Wagenborg Group – has delivered the first Dutch fully electric utility vessel to the Province of Groningen.
Planned to be delivered to Royal Wagenborg, shipyard Niestern Sander has started the construction of yard number 851. This second EasyMax is an ice-classed open top multipurpose vessel of 14.000 DWT. The combination with an installed power of 2.999 kW, makes this type of vessel the most energy efficient vessel in its segment.