Cathelco supply BWT system for cable laying vessel

Cathelco have supplied a ballast water treatment (BWT) system for the C.C. Pacifique, a steel barge which is being converted into a cable laying vessel for Coastal Carriers BV of the Netherlands. The order for the system was placed by V.Delta, part of V.Group, the international ship management company who are managing the conversion of…

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Marc McKinlay joins Cathelco Grampian in Kintore

Marc McKinlay has been appointed business development manager for Cathelco Grampian, the Kintore based Cathelco subsidiary serving sectors including offshore oil and gas, commercial ships, ferries and fishing vessels in Scotland. With a long background in the oil industry, Mr McKinlay has worked in a sales and marketing capacity for a number of companies with…

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Cathelco desalinators winning customers worldwide

Cathelco’s desalination division is continuing to win orders worldwide in the commercial and military sectors for their range of space saving watermakers. One of the latest orders has come from Norwegian based Havyard Ship Technology who are building a Hvyard 832 SOV wind turbine service vessel for the Danish shipping company ESVAGT. It will be…

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Cathelco wins trio of orders for ICCP systems on FPSOs

Cathelco have won orders to supply hull corrosion protection systems for three FPSOs. Two of the systems are being supplied to MODEC, whilst the third will be installed by Sembcorp Marine’s Jurong yard in Singapore. The FPSO Cidade de Campos dos Goyatacazes is being built by MODEC for deployment off Brazil by Petronas. It will…

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Cathelco supply equipment for Keppel projects in Singapore

Cathelco have won orders to supply equipment for two projects which are being undertaken by Keppel yards in Singapore. The first is to provide marine growth protection systems (MGPS) for a KFELS semi-submersible drilling tender (Project B374). The Cathelco MGPS system will eliminate blockages in sea water pipework caused by the growth of barnacles and…

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