KONE supplies elevators for a new luxury cruise ship

February 16, 2016

KONE has signed a contract with the German shipyard Meyer Werft for the supply of 32 elevators and two escalators for a luxury cruise ship to be built for Norwegian Cruise Line.

Wärtsilä to design groundbreaking krill fishing factory vessel

January 18, 2016

Finnish engineering company Wärtsilä has been selected to design the biggest and most modern krill fishing factory vessel in the world.

Wärtsilä Ship Design helps convert ship into hotel

November 26, 2015

By redesigning the Seismic Survey Vessel, aka the ‘Viking II’, Wärtsilä Ship Design is returning to familiar waters.

Aker Arctic and Deltamarin develop a modern Arctic tanker

September 22, 2015

Aker Arctic Technology and Deltamarin have jointly developed a modern Aframax-sized tanker concept for Arctic use, focusing on safe operations.

Turku shipyard receives even more orders

July 2, 2015

Meyer Turku signed an agreement with TUI Cruises for two additional cruise ships. This order further strengthens the order book of the shipyard, which now contains a work load until 2020.

Meyer Turku bags multi-billion euro contract

June 17, 2015

The Meyer Turku shipyard received a multi-billion euro contract from British Carnival Corporation. 

Protacon to modernise Swedish icebreakers

May 7, 2015

Finnish Protacon has received a major order for the modernisation of electric and automation systems of two Swedish Maritime Administration’s icebreakers.

Nautor’s Swan sails gracefully towards its half-century

April 20, 2015

Over 2 000 yachts have been launched from the small Finnish coastal town of Pietasaari, to be enjoyed by sailors from all over the world.

Turku shipyard set to receive order for two cruise ships

March 30, 2015

Meyer Werft has signed a partnership agreement with the world’s largest cruise ship operator Carnival Corporation. Meyer Werft is planning to construct two cruise ships at its shipyard in Turku, Finland and two at its shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.

ABB Finland wins USD 60 million propulsion system order

March 19, 2015

ABB, a global leader in power and automation technology, has been awarded a contract worth more than 60 million US dollars to deliver fuel-saving Azipod propulsion systems to two Norwegian Cruise Line vessels. The cruise vessels will be constructed at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.

The world needs more icebreakers

January 10, 2013

Arctic seaways will become busier in coming years due to climate change and the increasing use of natural resources. This sea change will create major opportunities for Finnish ice-breaking expertise.