Cavotec wins cleantech orders worth EUR 6.5M from two of the world’s largest shipping lines
Cavotec has won substantial orders for its shore power connection systems from two of the world’s largest container shipping lines, underlining its role as a leading supplier of cleantech systems and a key enabler of the decarbonisation of ports.
Cavotec wins repeat cleantech orders worth EUR 3 million to equip container ships with shore power connections
Cavotec wins repeat cleantech orders worth EUR 3 million to equip container ships with shore power connection.
Cavotec opens office in Malaysia to meet growth in Asian market
Cavotec is to open a new office in Malaysia to create a stronger presence in the Asian market. Opening the new office is a key part of Cavotec’s strategy to further leverage its strong position in the fast-growing markets for electrification and automation of ports in Asia and around the world.
Cavotec shore power solutions help Port of Marseille to reduce surge in ship emissions in wake of pandemic
Shore power is increasingly seen as an effective way to reduce emissions from ships in port. The problem has intensified in the wake of the pandemic, as cruise ships that previously stayed in ports for a matter of hours, stay at the same berths continually running their conventionally-powered engines. Cavotec's shore power solutions are addressing the issue.
Automated mooring can cut pollution equal to a million cars. Free tool available for ports to calculate impact.
A new case study by Starcrest Consulting Group shows fast mooring with Cavotec’s MoorMaster automated mooring system can reduce annual carbon emissions from container vessels by tens of thousands of tonnes in a single port.
Cavotec wins key motorised cable reel order for advanced container cranes in Japan
Cavotec has won a key order for its innovative motorised cable reel systems for integration onto advanced rail-mounted gantry cranes at the Port of Tokyo – a project that highlights Cavotec’s position as a trusted supplier of mission-critical systems at ports and terminals.
Automated mooring substantially reduces harmful emissions in Helsinki city centre
A cutting-edge technology for the fast mooring of ships deployed by the Port of Helsinki is estimated by DNV GL Maritime Advisory to reduce carbon dioxide and NOx emissions equivalent to taking some 5,000 diesel cars off the streets.
Cavotec secures order with Port of Stockholm for first automated mooring system in Sweden, reducing CO2 emissions by up to 5,000 tonnes per year
Cavotec has extended its leading position in automated mooring with two major orders for its MoorMaster™ NxG system, one in Sweden – the first order for MoorMaster in a market with considerable growth potential – and the other in neighbouring Finland, where the technology is already well established.
Cavotec brings product-as-a-service to the maritime industry with state-of-the-art automated mooring as a subscription offering
MoorMaster as a Service enables customers to benefit from the productivity of MoorMaster® with zero upfront investment and a full performance guarantee.
More orders in Norway for Cavotec’s next generation vacuum mooring system
Cavotec has been awarded an order for its next generation vacuum mooring technology, MoorMaster™ NxG, from leading Norwegian ferry operator Fjord 1. The systems will be used with a new-build, zero-emission vessel to reduce energy consumption in port. The customer has also signed a long-term service agreement for the operator’s existing MoorMaster vacuum mooring systems and e-vessel charging units.
Cavotec wins EUR 5M in additional cleantech orders to equip world’s largest container ships with ShorePower systems
Cavotec has won a series of orders in the second quarter with a total value of EUR 5M to equip the world’s largest new-build container ships with ShorePower systems. This is in addition to EUR 3M in orders secured in the first quarter. These systems enable dramatic pollution reductions and are the latest example of how we are enabling the decarbonization of the global ports and shipping sector.