For Havyard Leirvik and for Eqva, this is an important contract for several reasons. The shipyard focuses particularly on projects related to conversion and upgrading of existing ships. The contract with Boreal Sjø is confirmation that this investment is yielding results.
The yard is also prequalified for fabrication of steel sections for the oil and gas industry. This means it can take on the most demanding fabrication and modification tasks and opens even more opportunities in the market.
“The contract with Boreal Sjø is also important because most of the work will be produced locally and carried out at the yard, and we will have the opportunity to get to know a new customer. We are looking forward to this collaboration and are committed to making this the beginning of a long and good collaboration for mutual benefit,” says Sales Manager Silje Smådal.
“Good and demanding customers are important for us to develop further, and we are looking forward to performing this project together with Boreal Sjø. We are observing a good trend and see more orders within service and maintenance, and with two major projects in the order book, we have secured a strong foundation,” says Managing Director Tor Leif Mongstad. The second project concerns engine replacement on the ferry M/F Veøy.
The conversion of M/F Vannes is a typical conversion project, of which there will likely be many more in the coming years. The contract value of such contracts are normally between NOK 10 and 20 million, and they require two months to complete. Havyard Leirvik is part of the Eqva ASA group's business area "Maritime services".
Front page photo: M/F Vannes. Photo: Havyard Leirvik ASReturn to articles Share Facebook