Imtech Marine is present at the oil & gas industry exhibition OSEA (30 Nov-3 Dec.) in Singapore, at stand no. 4F2-01. The Imtech Marine presentation joins three Imtech Marine companies: Radio Holland Singapore, Imtech Marine & Offshore and Imtech Marine Germany together in one stand at a new, prominent location.
Imtech Marine presents the latest developments in innovative technology, amongst which an eye catching bridge system. Imtech is observing a recovery of the technological maritime market in the Far East, and a growing intake of orders in this region over the past year. With a total of 10 local offices, Imtech has a strong position in this region and sees good opportunities for further growth.
Imtech Marine Managing Director Eric van den Adel: ‘I recently visited our key office locations in the Far East. The region is developing into an even more important centre for global shipping and shipbuilding. In 2010, several contracts for the construction of new ships were put on the market – considerably more than last year. With our offices in the Far East, we cover all maritime market segments. We are a technical services provider of complex and tailor-made, innovative technology solutions in the area of automation, energy & drive, HVAC, AV entertainment and navigation & communications. This expertise enables Imtech to offer an extensive range of services to both Asian and Western shipyards and owners who have their vessels built and operated in the Far East. Imtech provides reliable systems and services during the full life cycle of the ship.’
Marine Offshore market recovery
Imtech noticed a recovery in the Marine Offshore market, particularly in Singapore, executing orders at yards including Sembawang, Keppel Singmarine and Drydocks World Singapore to a.o. supply technical solutions on board of rock dumping vessels for DEME and Boskalis, an Acergy heavy-lift crane vessel/pipelayer, four anchor handling tugs for Swire Pacific Offshore and a McDermott heavy lift crane vessel. Furthermore various high-tech navigation & telecommunications projects on board ships and offshore platforms are executed. Options have also been signed for multiple ships and platforms in the near future. Besides automation, bridge system and communications technology, Imtech is increasingly involved in a number of energy distribution programs and ‘green’ technology projects.
Imtech Marine is a leading group of companies in the global maritime market, operating as full-service provider and system integrator of tailor made, innovative technology solutions covering the whole ship. Imtech Marine specializes in Automation (Platform and Bridge), Navigation & Communication including Connectivity, Energy & Drive systems, HVAC solutions and Fire Protection systems, Entertainment, Lighting systems and Maritime Services. Managing each project from pre-design and engineering through to commissioning, Imtech Marine provides innovative systems and reliable services during the operational life cycle of the ship. The group reached annual revenues of €550 million in 2009, employing 2,500 employees at more than 70 offices along shipping routes and close to shipbuilding centers. Member of Imtech Marine are Radio Holland Group, Imtech Marine Germany, Imtech Schiffbau-/Dockbautechnik, Imtech Marine & Offshore, Van Berge Henegouwen Installaties and Royal Dirkzwager.
Source: ImtechMarine, November 11, 2010;