With a NZD 400 Million contribution to the 2020 Budget, state-owned KiwiRail is now able to go out to international tender to build two new future-proof ships and modernising their fleet. In close cooperation with KiwiRail’s team, Danish naval architects OSK-ShipTech A/S have developed the concept for the two new ferries.
Do you want to be part of the booming ferry and cruise industry both in China and globally? SinoDane (Guangzhou SinoDane Ship Design Company Co. Ltd.) is looking for a creative and inspirational colleague who wants to design the ships of the future.
We are looking for a mechanical or marine engineer with a profound understanding of machinery and electricals. You must also have experience with ship design, as you will be in charge of ensuring regulatory compliance as well as participating in the constant development and innovation of ship propulsion systems, vessel designs, and optimisation.
Guangzhou Shipyard International Company in China has just signed a contract with state-owned Algerian shipping company ENTMV for a large RoPax newbuilding. Danish OSK-ShipTech A/S is behind the design.
Funded by the Danish Maritime Fund, DBI Danish Fire & Security and OSK-ShipTech have released the report 'New Fire Strategies in the Wake of UMOE VENTUS'. Together we have investigated the fire on-board crew transfer vessel UMOE VENTUS, which left the vessel unrecognizable within 15 minutes. Luckily, all crew members survived.
MSC Group and Onorato Armatori have signed a historical contract with Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI) for the order of four luxurious RoPax ferries. OSK-ShipTech is behind the concept design for the largest ferry order ever.
With a series of prestigious RoRo and RoPax projects lined up in the not so distant future, Danish naval architects OSK-ShipTech A/S are ramping up the naval architect and project management department adding a very experienced naval architect with more than 18 years of design experience.
In September, OSK-ShipTech A/S co-exhibited with one of China’s biggest shipyards, GSI, at Denmark Day in the Chinese million city of Guangzhou. The aim was to present Danish ship design and innovation to the Chinese and to cement the strong business relations between the two countries.