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Welcome to OSK-ShipTech A/S

From offices in Aarhus and Copenhagen and with a staff of naval architects, engineers and designers, OSK-ShipTech A/S provide consultancy assistance to the maritime sector, comprising:

De­sign: De­ve­lop­ment of designs for newbuilds and conversions including preparation of tender and contract documents and supervi­sion of building of ships and crafts of all types.

Offshore: Design and modification of heavy-lift/jack-up vessels for the transport of wind turbines to their sites at sea.

Protection of the Environment: Optimisation of vessels with regard to hull form, sailing profile and engine configuration in order to achieve fuel savings and reduce NOx, SOx and CO² emissions. We recommend solutions which contribute to production of effective energy and reduction of CO² emission.

Development: Maritime and transport studies for international agencies and project management.

 

OSK-ShipTech A/S cares about quality, complying with client requirements and continuous development and improvement. Therefore, the company quality management system was ISO 9001-certified in 2015.

 

25 November 2016 - New hybrid ferry for the route between Thyborøn and Agger

Together, Lemvig and Thisted Kommune has decided on a hybrid ferry to promote sustainable transport in one of Denmark’s most western areas. The ferry is expected to be ready in spring 2018, and OSK-ShipTech A/S is behind ferry design, project design, proposal material and tender procedure.

Operating in the choppy waters off the West coast in sea area class C, the new Thyborøn-Agger ferry needs to comply with higher security level allowing water on deck compared to most other inland ferries operating in sea area class D.
To keep the vessel light and allow for high fluctuations in tides and shallow water conditions, the ferry will have a low draught and land-based ramp system. The project scope is a double-ended ferry with short loading- and off-loading time, capacity of 98 passengers and 2-man staff, subject to authority approval.

Article in Søfart

 

 
Rendering of the new hybrid Thyborøn-Agger ferry. Source: OSK-ShipTech A/S