Norwegian supplier wins order for 28 scrubbers

Norwegian maritime supplier Green Tech Marine has secured an order for 28 scrubbers, to be installed on six cruise ships. The order solidifies the company's market position, says CEO.

Green Tech Marine, whose products include scrubbers for cleaning ship exhausts, has secured an order for a total 28 scrubbers. The equipment will be installed on six of Norwegian Cruise Line's vessels, a process that will start this spring and continue toward 2016, says the company in a press release.

This is not the first order Green Tech Marine receives from Norwegian Cruise Line, as the carrier last year ordered ten scrubbers for its two newbuildings, which are being built at Meyer Werft in Germany. The new order for 28 scrubbers proves that Green Tech Marine has made its breakthrough, says CEO Peter Strandberg:

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