‘We chose Norwegian Greentech’s solution because it offers a very compact system combined with low power consumption at a competitive price. Norwegian Greentech has flexible solutions that makes the systems easy to install on ships with limited space,’ says Jon Rørtveit, General Manager of Green Management.

HAV Design’s branch in Poland has, at the same time, been chosen to for engineering and update of the ships’ documentation in accordance with the applicable class requirements,’ Rørtveit adds.

Norwegian Greentech and HAV Design are both HAV Group subsidiaries, which was recently listed for trading at the Euronext Growth Oslo.

Determined efforts

Børge Gjelseth, Sales and Marketing Director at Norwegian Greentech, says that the company’s goal is to become a leading supplier of ballast water treatment systems for small and medium-sized vessels.

 'We have made determined efforts to this end for more than ten years, and we are now reaping the benefits of the huge amount of work our team has invested in this.'

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In photo: Børge Gjelseth, Sales and Marketing Director at Norwegian Greentech. 

Gjelseth goes on to say that Norwegian Greentech received a new DNV certificate before Christmas, which is in accordance with IMO’s updated guidelines on treatment of ballast water. This is clear proof that the system has been designed to meet the most stringent requirements. We have recently completed all testing for approval from the US Coast Guard, we expect to receive the approval soon, which will open doors in new markets.  

 'As well as having considerable amount of orders in terms of fleet agreements, we have also secured a large number of individual orders for both newbuilds and retrofits. We are still at the very start of this huge boom,’ Gjelseth concludes.

 

Caption, front page photo: The first ship from Green Reefers to install NGT BWMS, Green Freezer. The installation will be completed in the middle of Q2. Photo: Green Reefer