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Tersan Shipyard announces the new contract with P/F Havborg

Tersan Shipyard announces the new contract with P/F Havborg

Tersan Shipyard Inc. has signed a new deal with P/F Havborg of Faroe Islands for an Arctic Freezer Trawler

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Fishing vessel 87,40 meters long and 18 meters wide will be an advanced factory trawler designed for triple trawling with four winches and prepared for adding a fifth winch, if necessary. 

The vessel will be laid out with a factory deck for fillet production, a shrimp processing line and a fishmealfish oil plant providing enormous capacity to handle pelagic species.

Fishing vessel designed by Skipsteknik will have accommodation for 40 people on board, and will be able to trawl effectively in icy and arctic waters. She is scheduled for delivery in the final quarter of 2022.

“We are pleased and proud to have the chance to work together with P/F Havborg for this significant project. NB1105 is an exciting project for both parties with her state-of–the-art combined fishing technologies. As Tersan, we are all very excited and willing to continue new challenges in innovative and efficient fishing segments. We are highly proud to work with P/F Havborg who is among the biggest fishing companies of Faroe Islands. We expect to secure more orders from Faroe Islands with
the respect of adding P/F Havborg to our references," stated Mr. Sakir Erdogan, Business Development and Marketing Manager of Tersan.

"From today we are looking for the successful delivery of this highly sophisticated, technologically–advanced trawler, on time and on budget in 2022,” he added.

Tersan is one of Turkey 's largest new building shipyard employing approximately 4,500 people in two shipyards, in Istanbul and Yalova and with a track record of more than 80 ships being built. The yard specializes in the construction of technologically advanced offshore vessels, fishing and other types of vessels for its international clients, mostly from Northern Europe.

Maritime Business World 

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