Here are the Triple-E's Danish subcontractors

Nine Danish companies are supplying equipment for Maersk Line's Triple-E ships, including Danish safety equipment supplier Viking and paint manufacturer Hempel.

Photo: Thorbjørn Hansen

When the 20 Triple-E ships begin to sail the world seas, from this July till 2015, nine Danish subcontractors will have contributed to the ships, with anything from life rafts, engines, to waste heat recovery - that is, recycling waste heat - according to a Maersk Line survey that ShippingWatch has been granted access to. The following companies have contributed:

  • Viking: Life rafts
  • Danfoss Semco: CO2 Fire Fighting System (high pressure)
  • Desmi: Centrifugal Pump
  • Agrometer: Lobe rotor pump
  • Danfoss: Frequency Converter
  • IBM Marine Solutions (IBM Denmark): Loading Computer
  • Hempel (Korea) Co., Ltd.: General interior painting (except from standard painting such as primer, and for internal equipment - furniture, partitions, etc) and paint for ballast tanks

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