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havyard times LEADER chief editor:

JULIANNE GJELSETH

text:

TORILL MYREN, EKKOLODDET AS

translation:

STEINAR EGGESBØ HAGEN

the main aim of this publication is to present the

graphic design:

CANN AS

products and services that Havyard can offer. In

photo:

LARS CONRADI ANDERSEN,

addition, our most important customers present

TORILL MYREN, SIV-ELIN NÆRØ, SIGURD TURØY, FEMCO GROUP LTD,

themselves in this edition, and they tell us what it

SIEMENS AG, ESVAGT, HAVYARD,

is like cooperating with Havyard on a day-to-day

NORWEGIAN ELECTRIC SYSTEMS print:

“This is the 10th edition of Havyard Times and

TRYKKPARTNER

basis. Satisfied customers are the foundation if we are to continue developing unique products and services, and also in order to meet our ambition of providing our customers with lasting advantages. Havyard’s main focus in today’s demanding market is to support our customers and also to develop further with focus on our success criteria; quality, competitive pricing and delivery on time. We operate in a cyclical industry and in the current market we are close to the trough of the wave, but we are also at a turning point. Therefore, we need to be positioned for this upturn and provide our customers with products and services that enable them to gain a further competitive edge.”

GEIR JOHAN BAKKE President & CEO, Havyard Group AS

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Happy As a Fish in Water, NFT

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We Did It, Aleut

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The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind, Esvagt

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Havyard Rule The Waves

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A Whole New World, Smaragd

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One Step Up, Havyard Ship Technology

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Havyard Design & Solutions

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Havyard Ship Technology

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Havyard MMC

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Norwegian Electric System

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HAPPY AS A FISH IN WATER

HAPPY AS A FISH IN WATER

text: T O RI L L M YREN pho to: T O R I LL M Y R E N

“The key on-board in terms of delivering fish of such excellent quality, is the circular live fish tanks” Captain Erling Lorentzen, Namsos

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HAPPY AS A FISH IN WATER

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HAPPY AS A FISH IN WATER

A stressed salmon is a poor salmon, so salmon are slowly and carefully pumped aboard the vessel.

On-board Namsos they look straight into the

84.6-metre-long vessel in between rocks and netpens,

eyes of the salmon and provide what’s needed to

ropes and moorings, and in to where you find the

guarantee satisfied salmon that pays off.

salmon of Geitholmen fish farm.

The ocean is scattered with myriads of islets and reefs

Erling started out as an able seaman apprentice on

– and nearly as many fish farm netpens. Today the

a live fish carrier in the 90s. Now he’s the captain of

feared stretch of open sea called Folda is both calm and

a vessel sailing and working within Norway’s second

seductive. That’s not always the case. You better beware

largest export industry. In 2015 Norwegian seafood was

when you’re at the helm around here.

sold abroad to the value of NOK 74.5 billion. More than

“But that’s what’s fun. To wind one’s way through into

NOK 50 billion of export value emerged from ocean

the skerries and meet a few challenges head on. Simply

farming. In Paris people more often call for sushi than

coasting up and down this shipping lane would be

pizza whenever they want food deliveries at home. And

boring. On-board this vessel you properly get to go by

crew and equipment on-board Namsos ensure that

boat. The narrower it is, the better fun it is,” laughs the

Norwegian salmon is good salmon.

captain of Namsos, Erling Lorentzen, while coaxing the

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HAPPY AS A FISH IN WATER

THE KEY TO GOOD QUALITY

longitudinal and rectangular tanks. He believes they

Three large hoses are lowered into the netpens.

work well but says that within the circular live fish tanks,

Counting begins. One salmon, two salmon, three

you take fish welfare onto an even higher level, and the

salmon. Every single one is counted. Sweeping across

fish keep its normal swimming pattern.

the screen inside the wheel house like red silhouettes.

“In the circular live fish tanks the salmon never head

Some of the salmon are recorded as green, and they

against the wall. They swim around in circles.”

are counted and weighed. On a different screen the salmon is followed through the hoses and into what

The salmon is thoroughly cared for. It is swimming

makes Erling really proud; the circular live fish tanks.

in adequate countercurrents, in suitable, temperate

“It is of course all about the complete package including

water with the correct amounts of oxygen. Everything

boat and equipment, but the key on-board in terms of

is measured, quantified and validated on the screens.

delivering fish of such excellent quality, is the circular live

“But we also notice it on the salmon. We can see that the

fish tanks.”

salmon is thriving. It is not restless, it is not oscillating its gills excessively and it is not stressed.”

Erling is telling us about the experiences from

A stressed salmon is a poor salmon. The fish meat

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HAPPY AS A FISH IN WATER


HAPPY AS A FISH IN WATER

I am sure we were a challenging customer for Havyard and incredibly meticulous; then again, Namsos became an excellent boat, says Erling Lorentzen. becomes flakier and changes colour. But salmon from

from the bridge, with plenty of screens and all sorts of

Namsos are thriving salmon. Deliveries from this boat

switches. All neat and tidy. Indoor shoes and t-shirt. It’s

are of the best possible quality; it’s superior. And it’s

just like an office and when Erling has completed this

never of the worst quality; waste. The superior quality

voyage, another office is waiting ashore at the shipping

provides a better price for the salmon – and cake for

company Norsk Fisketransport. He is going to work

the crew.

on a new live fish carrier of Havyard design and with Havyard equipment, to be constructed at Havyard’s

2200 CONTROL POINTS

Leirvik shipyard. Erling will be taking his competence

Today, Namsos is about to use another one of its on-

and expertise from development and operations at

board innovations. Delousing by freshwater. Salmon

Namsos into the work of yet another success.

are slowly and carefully pumped aboard the vessel.

“When we started on Namsos we wanted to put our own

The current order is 260 tonnes of salmon awaiting

stamp on the boat. I am sure we were a challenging

freshwater treatment on-board Namsos. After nine

customer and incredibly meticulous; then again,

hours the lice is dead. Lice don’t endure freshwater.

Namsos became an excellent boat. During the first

The operation is gentle and chemical-free delousing,

few months we operated within the spot market, and

an operation which also entails a jackpot for the

experienced that operators only wanted to use this boat.

environment.

We had so much to do that we could hardly find the time

During the entire stay on-board, both salmon and water

for refuelling!”

quality are carefully monitored via censors and screens. “Live fish carriers have been through an enormous

FIRST AND FOREMOST

development. Size is one thing, but most of all technology

Namsos is now working on a long-term contract and the

has evolved massively. When I started, we literally

shipping company has ordered a new live fish carrier.

caught fish in landing nets directly from the netpens. All

Norway is exporting salmon to more than 100 countries,

of this is now high technology and complex systems.”

and every day 14 million people eat Norwegian salmon for dinner. In Norway alone we eat sushi for almost NOK

Erling tells us about 2200 control points aboard Namsos.

one billion a year.

Censors, buttons and switches. The chief engineer

“This is not going to stop. And we need to think

controls propulsion and electronics. Erling steers the boat

development. To be ahead of our time like we were with

and the fish. All fish handling equipment is monitored

Namsos.”

After nine hours the lice is dead. Lice don’t endure freshwater. The operation is gentle and chemical-free delousing, an operation which also entails a jackpot for the environment.

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WE DID IT

WE DID IT text: T O RI L L M YREN photo: FE M C O GR O U P LT D

“Havyard knows what it takes” Ivan Lyshko, Head of Commercial Department of the Russian shipowners, Femco.

The icebreaker Aleut has forced its way through

hull type and de-icing equipment that can withstand

and opened up for more activity.

temperatures as low as minus 30 degrees Celsius. Aleut has met its expectations. As an icebreaker it’s also

Aleut can cut its way through ice more than a metre

fitted out for anchor handling, tugging and standby

thick. It breaks into and beyond flat, icy surfaces and

operations.

pointy, icy rows of teeth. In the winter darkness the vessel lights up the icy surroundings and leaves a black

MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING AND TRUST

trail of water, leading the way towards more traffic and

Aleut, moreover, opened the door for two sister ships

more business operations.

of the same Havyard design. While Aleut was delivered in the autumn of 2015, the sister ships are due to be

“Aleut solves its tasks. This first winter of operation has

delivered from Havyard Ship Technology ‘s Leirvik

been mild, but it’s beyond doubt that this is a ship with

shipyard during the autumn of 2016.

good seakeeping capabilities. When the winters become rough and the ice thick and compact, it possesses

Havyard and Femco have had a long-term cooperation.

enough power to counter the hard conditions,” says Ivan

In 2003 Gazprom contracted two icebreakers from

Lyshko, Head of Commercial Department of the Russian

Havyard and Femco was given responsibility for the

shipowners, Femco.

construction supervision. Back then Pavel Lyshko, father of Ivan Lyshko, worked in Femco and later purchased

And in the ocean by the Prirazlomnoye field, between

the company. Femco Group is today the only privately-

mainland Russia and Novaya Zemlya, Aleut encounters

owned company in Russia that has specialised in

some of the world’s roughest conditions. As such,

operating Anchor Handling Tug Supply vessels (AHTSs).

there’s a need for sufficient engine power, the correct

The group consists of twelve offshore vessels, but has

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WE DID IT

“Aleut solves its tasks. When the winters become rough and the ice thick and compact, it possesses enough power to counter the hard conditions,” says Ivan Lyshko, Head of Commercial Department of the Russian shipowners, Femco.

had a long-term strategy of renewing its fleet and will

a mutual understanding and trust. Something which

in 2016 take control of several new vessels. Amongst

is proven through action. Things get sorted out and

these are Aleut’s two sister ships.

together we can say, we did it!”

Ivan Lyshko says that the partnership with Havyard has been important to them. “Havyard has been part of helping us take a big leap forward. We have stepped up onto a new and higher level in terms of development.” Havyard has previously developed other icebreaker designs but Aleut was a prototype. Pioneering work is demanding but Ivan Lyshko is pleased with how the challenges were solved. “Havyard knows what it takes. They took action and the ship was delivered on time.” With the two sister ships, Pomor and Normann, difficulties in the financial markets were the real stumbling block. Havyard trusted us also then. It’s safe to say we share

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THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND

THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND text: T O RI L L M YREN photo: S I E M E N S A G

“With a mix of Havyard’s and Esvagt’s combined

experiences, we have started out well and sat a new standard.”

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Chief Operating Officer of Esvagt, Kristian Ole Jakobsen


THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND

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THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND

For Esvagt it is essential to be constantly moving towards new solutions.

There’s currently a strong wind blowing in the

market will develop a lot more compared to the current

energy market. For Esvagt we’re talking fair wind.

situation.” Esvagt has so far had a strong focus on Europe but

It started around seven years ago. The Danish shipping

Kristian Ole Jakobsen believes the offshore windfarm

company Esvagt with several and various types of

industry will also turn into a global one.

offshore vessels got the opportunity to reconstruct one

“We already see upcoming projects around the globe.

of their vessels into an SOV, to be utilised for operations

And it is of course very positive that wind doesn’t pollute,

in an offshore windfarm.

so offshore wind is a growing market segment.”

“We chose to join in. We wanted to have many strings to our bow, not just oil, and we saw the opportunity in a new

INNOVATION

market that we believed would be growing”, says Kristian

Kristian Ole Jakobsen says that their voyage towards

Ole Jakobsen, Chief Operating Officer of Esvagt.

their strong position in the offshore windfarm market has seen plenty of development work.

They were right. Esvagt has over the last few years

“We have developed a brand new concept within an

expanded their fleet with several windfarm service

area that was completely new. It has been challenging.

vessels. The reconstructed Esvagt Supporter became

But with a mix of Havyard’s and Esvagt’s combined

the first SOV into this market and Jakobsen says that

experiences, we have started out well and sat a new

Esvagt Froude became the world’s first purpose-built

standard.”

newbuilding for offshore windfarms. Since then Esvagt Faraday has arrived. In the coming autumn a new

Jakobsen emphasizes the fact that they need a strong

windfarm service vessel will be constructed and one

cooperation partner who is able to deliver innovative

more in 2017.

solutions.

“We strongly believe in offshore wind and that this

“We need someone who in close cooperation with us

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THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND

THE ANSWER IS BLOWING IN THE WIND

can handle a complex SOV, offer solutions, consider

“When it comes to hull design Havyard is among the

things for and against, visualise how one makes

world champions in optimising the hull for the type of

changes, improve and develop.”

operations the ships will carry out.”

FULFILLING

NEW OPPORTUNITIES

For Esvagt it is essential to be constantly moving towards

The windfarm market is stirring wind to new oppor-

new solutions.

tunities. Esvagt is determined to grasp these.

“For everyone at Esvagt safety at sea is superior,

“We won’t be sitting still. We will maintain and further

but in addition it is absolutely obvious that we must

develop our position within oil, but I am a firm believer

fulfil expectations regarding the ship’s performance,

that we are going to be innovative and win further

seakeeping capabilities, station keeping and so forth.”

contracts on SOVs for the offshore windfarm market.

And when it comes to windfarm service vessels it is of

It is a market in which we would like to remain and to

course vital to secure a safe and stable voyage for the

continue to grow in.”

windmill technicians from vessel to windfarm, either by the specialized Esvagt boats or by gangway.

Chief Operating Officer of Esvagt, Kristian Ole

Esvagt took delivery of two windfarm service vessels

Jakobsen, says when

from Havyard Group in 2015 and both are providing

it comes to hull design

excellent results.

Havyard is among the

“I am impressed by how low the fuel consumption is. It is

world champions in

even lower than expected – and I expected it to be low!”

optimising the hull for

Fuel consumption is a result of both hull shape and

the type of operations

propulsion system.

the ships will carry out.

Photo: Esvagt

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CFS HAVYARD RULE THE WAVES

HAVYARD RULE THE WAVES text: T O RI L L M YREN illustration: H AV YA R D , p h o t o : Ya n n A ke r

“We are going to find the best compromise. It is therefore vital to be able to explore the largest

selection of variables possible, as careful and accurate as possible.”

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R&D Manager of Havyard Group, Kristian Steinsvik


HAVYARD RULE THE WAVES CFD

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HAVYARD RULE THE WAVES CFD

In an ocean of mathematics Havyard is able to

questions. The computer is calculating whatever it is

carefully calculate the best possible solution. You

being asked, even if it is a potato in mercury. We need to

get exact full-scale answers long before the ship

create the link between practice and theory. When that

is constructed.

target is achieved, we get the best out of both worlds.” Havyard has entered this phase from two different

«The Ocean» is in the computer. Millions upon millions

directions. One way is having calculated on a range of

of cells, each with a mathematical equation. In this

ships that are already constructed.

ocean you place the ship. And you extract the answer.

“We’re testing the practical versus the theoretical and

What happens if you change the shape of the hull?

making sure that they match.”

How does this influence fuel consumption, stability and

The other approach is calculating vessels that are going

operating capability?

to be constructed.

“It’s a virtual model tank”, says Kristian Steinsvik, R&D

“With this method we can run lots of tests and check

Manager of Havyard Group.

plenty of variables. In this scenario we are able to tell

He is continuously in pursuit of the best possible hull, the

our customers that we have done everything possible,

best seakeeping capabilities and the best performance.

in order to provide them with the best possible hull type

One important tool is the CFD (computational fluid

for the specific operations of the ship.”

dynamics). It is a calculation cluster so intense that the computer itself is located at the local power company

IN CALM AND STORMY WEATHER

Tussa, which takes care of sufficient power supply for

At sea there are both calm and stormy weather. In a

both electricity and computing – and cooling-down.

good combination of CFD, lab-tests and full-scale

However, the computer depends on human input.

databases you find reliable answers to exactly how

“We need to transfer our ideas into mathematical thesis

the ship encounters the waves of different heights and

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HAVYARD RULE THE WAVES CFD

When developing a vessel everything is connected. The best solution is a new one every single time.

of different patterns, when the ship is operating at

are joined together once again. And Kristian Steinsvik

different speeds and with cargos of various loads.

elevates the group of analysts he has teamed up with.

“We need to look at the full picture and find the best

“This is an important team who on a daily basis

interaction between the different variables. As such, the

analyses results we receive from both the ships that

CFD is a good and important tool in order to achieve

are already constructed and those that are going to

that.”

be constructed. But we’re working together with the

In addition, there are test runs carried out in model

rest of Havyard Group and we’re extracting knowledge

tanks. And with the fishing vessel Smaragd, it was

from a wide range of subject fields and business areas.

tested both in calm seas and in waves.

Development is teamwork.”

All measurements and experiences were included in

CFD is a tool which is utilised in many different fields,

the ongoing hunt for the best solution.

from wind tunnels for ski jumpers to aircraft designs –

“And the best solution is a new one every single time.

and ship designs, and Kristian Steinsvik is envisaging

When developing a vessel everything is connected.

several new areas of use for the CFD of Havyard Group.

There is not a single solution that provides top results

He is continuously chasing better solutions. Improving

within all variables and that work equally well in all

life at sea.

types of operating conditions. We are going to find the best compromise. It is therefore vital to be able to explore the largest selection of variables possible, as careful and accurate as possible.”

INTERACTION AND COOPERATION The best vessel is the next vessel. Practice and theory

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A WHOLE NEW WORLD

A WHOLE NEW WORLD text: T O RI L L M YREN pho to: E I V I N D M . SÆ V I K

“South of Shetland we were steaming off along with another boat. Looking at the other one we saw the waves breaking across the boat whereas we barely had anything touching the window wipers.”

Shipowner and skipper, Petter Geir Smådal

Smaragd has been tested during storms as well as hurricanes, and shipowner and skipper Petter Geir Smådal says this has been his first blue whiting season without having to hold on to the bed frame in order to get some sleep.

New boat gave better conditions for both people

another boat. Looking at the other one we saw the

and fish.

waves breaking across the boat whereas we barely had anything touching the window wipers. We are still

“This became a whole new world to us. A stable and

in possession of non-slip tablecloths but we rarely need

good working place is nice for those who work on

them.”

board, and with less and smoother motions in the boat the quality of the fish we deliver also becomes better.”

SAFE AND SECURE INDOORS

Shipowner and skipper Petter Geir Smådal took over

This winter has provided for a good blue whiting fishing.

Smaragd in the summer of 2015. They had then been

Smaragd has several times filled the trawl in less than

through a long development phase together with

half an hour. Smaragd is able to pump the trawl from

Havyard.

stern and with that avoiding the risky operation of

“It was exciting building a prototype. There were testing

transferring the trawl bag to the side of the boat for

and calculations made but you never know for sure

pumping. With stern pumping of the trawl there’s more

until it is tried out in practice; however, we noticed

freedom to manoeuvre the boat according to the

already during the sea trials how smooth the boat was

weather, and one can run operations in bad weather in

operating at sea and how stable she was.”

a much more secure way than before. Once last winter they had 700 tonnes in the trawl and all of a sudden

During the first year of operation they have been able

there was a storm.

to test that the boat works really well in both calm and

“We were just standing there looking at each other and

stormy weather. Smådal says that Smaragd carries the

at the weather, and on the people who worked safely

cargo with ease and that it’s a boat with good stability.

indoors pumping the fish aboard. It really is a whole

“South of Shetland we were steaming off along with

new world to us.”

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A WHOLE NEW WORLD

Smaragd has both got a closed-in net bin and closed-

saving nearly half a tonne of diesel a day, by utilising

in tank deck. Consequently, those who work with the

the waste heat in this manner. And Smådal says that

distribution of the fish are able to work indoors.

the RSW tanks are of a design which supplies excellent

“It is a lot more secure now compared to the past of

quality to fish that they deliver.

having to go out onto the deck with a fully loaded boat,

“With a full boat, 2000 tonnes of fish, there isn’t a lot of

in all types of weather.”

water to cool the fish down. However, in 12 hours we have managed to lower the temperature from 10-11

In addition, built-in areas provide for both easier

degrees Celsius, to an average of two degrees Celsius.”

maintenance and cleaning.

A fishing boat within a family of shipowners is more

“It looks a lot better and we manage to keep things

than just a boat. It is also the apple of their eye, and

clean. That’s how it should be. After all, we are dealing

Petter Geir confesses that no one has anything negative

with food here.”

to say about their own boat.

SAVINGS

“But there seriously isn’t anything negative to say.

Along with the hull shape and good seakeeping

We have not had a single technical disruption to our

capabilities, Petter Geir Smådal points towards the

operations during our first year. We have tested the

two-step gearbox as another positive aspect about the

boat during storms as well as hurricanes. And this has

new boat. This leads to both fuel savings and less noise.

been my first blue whiting season without having to

By utilising waste heat from the diesel engines you

hold on to the bed frame in order to get some sleep.”

provide heat for the complete vessel. Hot water central heating of floors and ventilation plant passes on a comfortable warmth, in addition to the great gain of

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ONE STEP UP

ONE STEP UP text: T O RI L L M YREN pho to: SI V -E LI N N Æ R Ø

HST was the first Norwegian yard with a built-in dry dock, and the 98.000 square metre shipyard is compact with short distances in regards to both the area and the hierarchy. In addition to the traditional newbuild services, this also makes them equipped for conversions and repairs.

The shipbuilders of Havyard Group use their wide

customers. It demands much of you to build vessels in

expertise in new segments.

many segments at the same time, but you can never compromise with quality”.

Nearly 90 years after delivery of their first vessel, Havyard Ship Technology in Leirvik is going back to their

He is therefore delighted that all the 5 vessels have been

roots. After a decade of mainly constructing vessels for

functioning well since delivery, and that the customers

the offshore service market, HST again delivers vessels

are very satisfied with both operability and quality.

in a variety of segments, as they have done for most of its history.

GENERATIONS OF SHIPBUILDERS

“This was actually the normal situation for us if you go

The shipyard in Leirvik is a cornerstone in the community,

back some years, and the transition has been made

and for the many people who work there, shipbuilding

easier due to the fact that the knowledge is still present

is part of their DNA.

in our workforce,” says Lasse Stokkeland, Executive Vice

“Families have been working here for generations, and

President in Havyard Ship Technology.

we want to make sure that our future generations can do the same. Working here becomes more of a lifestyle,

Already in 2012, the yard started the turnaround, as it

and we know that the only way to succeed is hard work,

signed a newbuild contract for the Havyard designed

says Project Manager Erlend Hatleberg in HST.”

live fish carrier Havyard 587. Three years later the shift was completed, when HST in 2015 delivered five vessels

He has a project team of highly competent people

to the four different segments; renewables, fishery,

around him, and they use plenty of resources on the

aquaculture and icebreaking.

cooperation between the team and the customer,

“What pleases us most is the feedback from our

designer and suppliers, to secure that the project

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ONE STEP UP

“We believe that we have a key to success in the future market.” Executive Vice President, Lasse Stokkeland in HST.

progresses well throughout the construction period. Havyard

Ship

Technology

focuses

strongly

dry dock, and the 98.000 square metre shipyard is on

compact with short distances in regards to both the

project execution, and has set up project teams with

area and the hierarchy. In addition to the traditional

complementary skills and competence. Project and

newbuild services, this also makes them equipped for

production management consist of leaders with

conversions and repairs.

considerable expertise, and HST has invested a lot of

“Serving the conversion and repair market demands

time and effort into building an effective system for

another type of organization than for newbuilds. We

project and production execution.

have made necessary adjustments to be competitive in both markets; the repair market is all about being

FIT FOR PURPOSE

hands-on, short response and the ability to plan and

Havyard Ship Technology has adjusted its course to

execute complex work fast with good production

meet the shift in the market, and designs are made

management,” adds Conradi Andersen.

according to customer preference. “We meet passionate shipowners regardless of which

Havyard Ship Technology is now fit for purpose and

segments they are in, and we cherish the opportunity

future.

to learn about the operations and use of their vessels.

“When combining our roots with all the competence

This is a vital part of being able to deliver according

we have gained over the last decade working with

to the customer’s expectation, and we must always

the offshore industry, we believe that we have a key

understand their needs,” says Sales Director Lars

to success in the future market,” says Executive Vice

Conradi Andersen in HST.

President Lasse Stokkeland in HST.

HST was the first Norwegian yard with a built-in

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HAVYARD DESIGN & SOLUTIONS

HAVYARD DESIGN & SOLUTIONS text: T O RI L L M YREN illus trat io n: HAVYARD GROUP ASA

“Develops and provides design, engineering, equipment & system packages for customers world wide.” Stig Magne Espeseth, Executive Vice President

Havyard Design™ System Packages Havard IAS&PMS Navigation & Communication Havyard Concept Bridge™ Engineering support

HDS has developed designs and signed contracts within the following segments over the past 4 years. - Fish Havyard 535 & 587 - Windmill Havyard 831 SOV & 832 SOV - Standby Havyard 820 - Offshore Havyard 832 (L & WE), 832 MPV, 833 (L & WE), 841, 842, 843, 844XL & 857 IMR, 931 CCV - Icebreaker Havyard 843 Ice

SHIPOWNERS WHO HAS CHOSEN Havyard design™ - Atlantic Offshore, Smaragd and NFT- Norway, Havila Shipping, Forland Shipping, Vestland Offshore Norway

THE ORDERS WERE PLACED AT - Havyard Ship Technology, Norway - Alianca, Brazil

- CBO, Brazil

- Astilleros Zamakona Pasaia, Spain

- Esvagt, Denmark

- Bharati Shipyard & ABG Shipyard, India

- Fafnir Offshore, Iceland

- Cemre Shipyard, Turkey

- Femco, Russia

- Huangpu shipyard and Fujian Mawei shipbuilding

- Global Offshore, POSH and Swire Pacific, Singapore

- Singapore Technology & Dry Dock World, Singapore

- MPL, Nigeria

- Tersan Shipyard, Turkey

- Shipping Corporaton of India

- Yuexin Shipbuilding and PaxOcean Engineering, China

- Sinopec and COSL, China - Skansi, Faroe Islands

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HAVYARD SHIP TECHNOLOGY

HAVYARD SHIP TECHNOLOGY text: T O RI L L M YREN P hoto : HAVYARD

“Providing shipbuilding services with focus on vessels

for renewables, aquaculture, fishery, icebreaking, offshore support and transport.” Lasse Stokkeland, Executive Vice President

Newbuildings of Havyard Design™ Newbuildings of customers preferred design Conversions Repair and Maintenance 24 / 7 Service KEY REFERENCES LAST 4 YEARS Renewables HST 118 – Esvagt Froude, Havyard 832 Service Operation Vessel HST 119 – Esvagt Faraday, Havyard 832 Service Operation Vessel HST 125 – Esvagt TBN, Havyard 832 Service Operation Vessel Aquaculture HST 117 – Havtrans, Havyard 587 Live Fish Carrier HST 124 – Namsos, Havyard 587 Live Fish Carrier HST 127 – TBN, Havyard 587 Live Fish Carrier Fishery

CUSTOMER REFERENCES

HST 121 – Smaragd, Havyard 535 Purse Seiner and Stern Trawler

Esvagt, Denmark

Icebreaker HST 122 – Aleut, Havyard 843 ICE AHTS HST 128 – Pomor, Havyard 843 ICE AHTS HST 129 – Normann, Havyard 843 ICE AHTS Offshore Support HST 106 – Sjoborg, Havyard 833 PSV HST 107 – Havila Carisma, Havyard 833 L PSV HST 110 – Vestland Mira, Havyard 832 L PSV HST 114 – Lewek Inspector, Havyard 857 IMR vessel HST 115 – African Inspiration, Havyard 857 IMR Vessel HST 116 – Olympus, Havyard 832 PSV

Norsk Fisketransport, Norway Smaragd, Norway Femco, Russia Forland Shipping, Norway Fosnavaag Shipping, Norway Global Offshore, India Havila Shipping, Norway Marine Platforms Ltd, Nigeria Skansi, Faroe Islands Fafnir Offshore, Iceland Vestland Offshore, Norway Deep Sea Supply, Norway Atlantic Offshore, Norway

Patrol

Simon Møkster Shipping, Norway

HST 120 – Polarsyssel, Havyard 832 L WE PSV/Patrol

Gazprom, Russia

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HAVYARD MMC

HAVYARD MMC text: T O RI L L M YREN illustration: BOW V I SI O N

“Havyard MMC is a leading and innovative technology

supplier within fishery and aquaculture, as well as other relevant industry based on well-known MMC technology.”

Leif Gjelseth, Executive Vice President

Havyard MMC Fish handling and refrigeration systems onboard and ashore. Wellboats - Turn key packages with loading and unloading system, grading, distribution, circulation, water treatment, lice treatment, RSW system, automation and monitoring. Fishing vessels - Turn key packages with loading and unloading system, RSW system, distribution, automation and monitoring. Shore plants for fish industry – unloading from vessels, grading, storage, water treatment, distribution, refrigeration, ice production, thawing plants, live fish storage. Ballast water management systems. Our references comprise the best and largest well boats and fishing vessels in the world.

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NORWEGIAN ELECTRIC SYSTEMS

NORWEGIAN ELECTRIC SYSTEMS text:: T O RI L L M YREN photo : Norwegian Electric Systems

“Providing complete diesel electric and hybrid electric

propulsion systems for the global marine and offshore market.”

Tor Leif Mongstad, CEO

Diesel-electric Propulsion Systems Hybrid-electric Propulsion Systems Battery Systems Gensets Generators Switchboards Motors QUADRO Drive®, frequency converters NES Compact Drive B.O.S.S.® Black-Out Safety System R.A.S., Remote Assistance System Transformers

REFERENCES Jack-up rigs, ferries and offshore vessels Atlantic Offshore, Norway Fafnir Offshore, Iceland Forland Shipping, Norway Fosen Namsos Sjø, Norway Fosnavåg Shipping, Norway Global Offshore, India Gulf Offshore, Norway Havila Shipping, Norway Høyland Offshore, Norway Skansi Offshore, Faroe Islands Seajacks, United Kingdom Vestland Offshore, Norway Volstad Maritime, Norway

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Improving life at sea

IMPROVING LIFE AT SEA. This vision shall motivate us to improve everyday life of all who are involved in the operation of a vessel of Havyard Design™ or vessels that have Havyard equipment on board.

HAVYARD GROUP ASA HAVYARD DESIGN & SOLUTIONS AS HAVYARD SHIP TECHNOLOGY AS HAVYARD MMC AS NORWEGIAN ELECTRIC SYSTEM AS

HAVYARD GROUP ASA Po. Box 215 6099 Fosnavåg, Norway Phone: +47 70 08 45 50 www.havyard.com

Havyard Times 2016  

Havyard Group - August 2016

Havyard Times 2016  

Havyard Group - August 2016