Big tankers drive growth at Baltic shipyard

High activity in 2015 at shipbuilder Fayard, which with the yard's considerable capacity attracts larger ships in both tanker and container. "We're getting far more requests than in the past," owner Thomas Andersen tells ShippingWatch.

Photo: Foto: Carsten Andreasen

Docking of large tankers and major jobs for Norwegian carriers such as Color Line, continuous jobs for Scandlines and, especially, the remodeling of the carrier's new Baltic Sea ferries, along with a comprehensive crane construction on offshore vessel North Sea Giant (Technip Norway AS) have in 2015 contributed significantly to a high activity level at Danish shipbuilder Fayard.

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