January 23, 2017

Pemamek lines up a deal in Romania

The delivery to Vard Tulcea Shipyard is an advanced 12m thin plate panel line.
The delivery to Vard Tulcea Shipyard is an advanced 12m thin plate panel line.
Pemamek

Finnish welding and production automation company Pemamek has signed an agreement to deliver a thin plate panel line to Vard Shipyard in Tulcea, Romania.

The customer, Vard Group, specialises in designing and building complex vessels. According to Pemamek, the new delivered solution will “ensure a high-quality production of demanding thin plate panels used in building vessels, such as special cruise ships”.

The panel line includes a robotised welding station.

“We, Vard Tulcea, selected the advanced PEMA panel line to support our future needs to produce thin materials,” says Marcel Băleanu, VP sommercial from Vard Tulcea. “The delivery enables us to manufacture high-quality thin panels that are particularly needed for specials ships like cruisers. We had heard several good things about PEMA technology. Additionally, their references are self-speaking.”

PEMA Thin plate panel line, together with PEMA Robotised welding station, will be built in Pemamek’s premises in Finland. The solution is scheduled to be installed this summer.

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