Cargotec subsidiary, MacGregor, has secured a cargo access equipment order for two ropaxes.
They are to be built by Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) for Spirit of Tasmania (TT-Line Co Pty Ltd).
This order was booked into Cargotec’s second quarter 2021 order intake, with deliveries planned to commence during 3Q22 and completed during 1Q23.
The contract is a result of the long-standing relationship between MacGregor, RMC Finland and TT-Line the equipment supplier said. The scope of supply encompasses bow and stern access equipment, internal ramps, car decks, provision trailer lift and cover, shell doors and dedicated hydraulic/electric systems.
“We regard MacGregor as a professional, reliable and innovative solution provider that fully supports us throughout the lifecycle of our ships, including the design and build phase, annual inspections and service support,” said Bernard Dwyer, Spirit of Tasmania CEO.
“Through our previous collaboration and knowledge of MacGregor’s extensive installed base and expertise, we are confident in the supply of high-quality ropax vessel equipment that will fully meet both our and our customer’s needs,” added Jyrki Heinimaa, RMC Finland CEO.
”We are delighted to further strengthen our long-standing relationship with RMC and TT-Line through supply of comprehensive cargo access equipment to the new ropax vessels,” commented Magnus Sjöberg, Senior Vice President, Merchant Solutions Division, MacGregor.