Ulstein Design wins six ship design contracts

Ulstein Design has signed six ship design contracts with Brazilian shipowners Companhia Brasileira de Offshore (CBO) and DSND Consub totaling over $69 million.

Offshore staff

ULSTEINVIK, Norway -- Ulstein Design has signed six ship design contracts with Brazilian shipowners Companhia Brasileira de Offshore (CBO) and DSND Consub totaling over $69 million.

DSND Consub has ordered two ULSTEIN P801 model oil spill recovery vessels with a conventional bow, while CBO has ordered two larger and two smaller platform supply vessels (ULSTEIN PX105 and ULSTEIN PX106 types, respectively) with the ULSTEIN X-BOW. The contracts cover delivery of design, engineering, main equipment, and building follow-up.

Ulstein Elektro is delivering integrated automation systems as well as communication
and information system for the new vessels. All of the ships are on eight-year contracts, with options for extension, for Petrobras.

CBO’s ships will be constructed at the Alianca yard, while DSND Consub’s two vessels will be built at the ETP yard in Brazil.

12/14/2009

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