Experts of the Kherson shipyard shipbuilding holding Smart Maritime group (SMG) started cutting metal for the fourth saturated hull of chemical tanker. The customer is the Dutch company VEKA Shipbuilding B. V. WT
today used as the gas machines, and plasma cutting. Deputy chief Builder Kherson shipyard Vasiliy Philip said:
According to the contract, at the Kherson shipyard will be made of the hull, the installation of ship piping systems and deck satiety made body paint.
the length of the tanker - 110m, width – 13.5 meters, hull height – 6.59 m, the hull weight is 1200 tons, cargo capacity – 5320 tonnes.
the value of the contract will amount to more than 2.5 million euros. The construction period of the body - 10 months.
This order continues the line of vessels built for the company VEKA shipyards on the SMG. The tanker, the order number 10001, was built at the Kherson shipyard named AIMEE in honor of the Princess of orange-Nassau Aimee Sohngen (Aimée Söhngen). At the Nikolayev shipyard at the same time, the construction of a second tanker (order No. 10002), later named EMMA. Both ships were launched in March 2019, the year.
Bookmark the fourth tanker is scheduled for first decade of March, 2020, the year. The implementation period of the order of 10 months.
As previously reported, General Director of Smart Maritime Group (SMG, Kherson), which unites shipbuilding assets of Smart-Holding, was appointed Dmitry Krasnikov, who assumed duties as Director of the company on 8 January 2020.
Smart Maritime group is the largest shipbuilding holding in Ukraine, which unites shipbuilding assets of Smart-Holding: Nikolaev, and the Kherson shipyard. The production capacity of the SMG allows you to build medium-duty complete vessels and perform ship-repair work. Customers of shipyards are companies from the Netherlands, Norway, the UK and other countries.
VEKA Shipbuilding B. V. is part of the VEKA group shipbuilding Group with headquarters in Werkendam (the Netherlands). The company specializiruetsya on the construction and maintenance of vessels in inland navigation.