Cargotec to supply handling equipment for intervention vessel

Cargotec has won a $24-million contract to install MacGregor subsea loading and module handling systems on Hallin Marine’s new compact semisubmersible offshore vessel.

Offshore staff

HELSINKI, Finland -- Cargotec has won a $24-million contract to install MacGregor subsea loading and module handling systems on Hallin Marine’s new compact semisubmersible offshore vessel. The equipment should be delivered during the second half of 2011.

The primary focus of the 84 m (276 ft)-long, 32 m (105 ft)-wide CSS will be on light well intervention.

The MacGregor’s delivery will comprise:
•A 150-metric ton (165-ton) subsea active heave-compensated knuckle-jib crane with a 3,000-m (9,842-ft) wire capacity
•An offshore service crane
•ROV launch and recovery systems including moonpool-based and deck-mounted versions with umbilical winches
•A module-handling system with a tower, moonpool system, and a fully integrated deck-skid system.

Cargotec will design, manufacture, and test contracted systems at its offshore load handling competence centers in Norway and Singapore. In connection with the service agreement, the company also will deliver equipment with remote diagnostic capabilities and provide operator training courses.

06/07/2010

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