Cleanship Solutions has been selected as the dedicated scrubber engineering partner for a container vessel operator’s scrubber retrofit programme through 2019 that includes over 30 vessels ranging from 7,500 TEU to 15,000 TEU.
“This significant container vessel operator placing their confidence in our unique and efficient scrubber retrofit process is a fantastic exponent of our team’s hard work and dedication to offering the market the quickest scrubber retrofit service around,” noted Chris McMenemy, Managing Director of Cleanship Solutions.
“We are excited to be working closely with this operator in their scrubber retrofit program through 2019.”
The award covers all aspects of the scrubber retrofit engineering phase, including 3D scanning, Class design and production design; 3D scanning has mostly been completed already, it adds.
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Published: 4 February, 2019
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