In line with expectations, IHC is pleased to see the continued recovery of its markets. This has resulted in a further increase of the company’s order intake for both vessels and equipment.
Custom-built CSD for Boskalis
Last week, IHC was awarded a contract for the design, construction and delivery of a sister vessel of cutter suction dredger (CSD) HELIOS, which is currently being outfitted at IHC’s shipyard in Kinderdijk. This second self-propelled mega CSD will have a total installed power of 23,700kW and can reach a dredging depth of 35m.
30 standardized Beaver® CSDs for Turkmenistan
IHC has also signed a contract for the delivery of 30 IHC Beaver® CSDs with the Ministry of Agriculture in Turkmenistan. The cutters will be deployed to improve the irrigation system in the country and to support the development of the agricultural sector. To enable the customer to use the full potential of the equipment, an extensive (on-site) training program will also be provided by IHC.
Dredge pumps and spud carriage for Wenchong
IHC’s focus on designing and producing state-of-the-art equipment for the maritime sector has resulted in an order for a spud carriage for Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard (GWS), part of CSSC (China State Shipbuilding Corporation). It will be delivered together with a set of dredge pumps, for a self-propelled mega CSD that will be built by the Chinese shipyard. Wenchong thus confirms IHC’s leading position in dredge equipment, and in the Chinese market.
“We are extremely proud to see that our customers are satisfied with the design and quality of previously ordered vessels and equipment, and that this has resulted in repeat orders,” says IHC CEO Dave Vander Heyde. “We are also pleased to add value to our customers’ fleets by developing tailor-made solutions to meet their dredging challenges.”
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