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Solid workload from German, France and Benelux market area

The German, France, Benelux and Switzerland Market Area commercial office, managed by Piotr Kubicz, enjoyed a big workload over the recent months, although there have been no unusual or much spectacular tasks in this market area for "Remontowa", recently. The yard was busy with routineous general repairs, dockings, maintenance, class renewal etc. However the names of owners and operators (with just a few examples given below) speak for themselves, when it comes to "Remontowa'a" reference list for German and Benelux market over the recent months.
As for the workload the most demanding job was associated with Altamira Express. The Hapag-Lloyd owned and operated ship required to have a significant amount of steel replaced. The 3266 TEU, 40 845 dwt, 269 m long and panamax width container vessel, built in 1987 have been hosted and serviced at "Remontowa" for just a bit over a month in July/August 2011.
Virtually no type of ship is unfamiliar to "Remontowa", thus also heavy-lift vessels of renowned owners are not a rare sight at Gdansk based yard. Recently there have been general repairs and maintenance tasks accomplished on 7050 dwt Stellaprima, the "E650" class heavy-lifter operated by Kahn Scheepvaart or Rotterdam, holder of the Jumbo Shipping brand. When it comes to the Netherlands market, one might mention the heavy-lift submersible barge Smit Anambas, discussed elsewhere in this issue of "REMONTOWA News".
Among many other, also a trio of sister product and chemical tankers from Hamburg based Bernhard Schulte Group's fleet, is worth mentioning. Franz Schulte, Paul Schulte and Peter Schulte, each featuring a deadweight of 12,800 t, visited "Remontowa" between June and October 2011 for 2 up to three weeks stays.
Worth mentioning is also the 140 m long, 12,000 t capacity, dynamically positioned fall pipe vessel Tideway Rollingstone recently serviced at "Remontowa". In the forthcoming months, the German, France and Benelux market area commercial office of "Remontowa" expects some English Channel operating ferries, among other ships, to arrive in Gdansk.

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