Danish Contingent Strong At OE2001

The joint Danish stand at Offshore Europe 2001 (OE2001) brings together 21 Danish manufacturers and suppliers of a multiple range of products and services for the international marine and offshore industry. The companies constitute Offshore Denmark - The Marine and Offshore Technology Group, which forms the framework for Danish turnkey projects and innovative solutions for customers world wide. Three Danish companies in particular, Orskov Steel Shipyard, MAN B&W A/S Alpha Diesel, and Aalborg Industries A/S, were featured on Stand No 959/859.

Orskov Steel Shipyard (www.orskov.dk) is a full service ship builder with conversion and repair facilities in two floating docks and two dry docks up to 705 x 111 ft. (215 x 34 m), strategically located at the northern tip of the European continent, with very short deviation from the North Sea and the Baltic area. Orskov has completed contracts for multifunctional AHTS Vessels, container and offshore vessels and LPG carriers.

MAN B&W (www.manbw.dk) is the total supplier of auxiliary propulsion systems for two-stroke engine plants, four stroke engine powers for 800-7,680 kW (1,090-10,400 bhp) per engine and CP propeller systems. This June MAN B&W has been selected as the supplier of their innovative high-tech seven cylinder GenSets each delivering 1,400 kW at 100 rpm, 50 Hz, contracted by DFDS Tor Line at the Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft.

Aalborg Industries (www.aalborgindustries.

dk) is the manufacturer of boilers for steam, hot-water or thermal fluid and combustion equipment, specially designed to meet the requirements onboard FPSOs, FSOs, and rigs. Aalborg Industries has just signed new contracts for boilers and combustion equipment worth $10.5 million from among others Korean shipyards.

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