October 23, 2020 — Albion Marine Solutions has been busy with projects around the world…
- October 5: Albion Marine Solutions team has successfully completed 3D Scan for BWTS upgrading & scrubber retrofit for two vessels in USA. As the COVID-19 pandemic has slowed down, our team has been ready to work. We have been of great support to our clients, colleagues and business partners during this crisis.
- October 8: Albion Marine Solutions team is currently performing an onsite supervision and assisting one of our major clients with a ballast water treatment retrofit in a Singapore shipyard. The project is going along smoothly, despite COVID-19 challenges and restrictions. The retrofit is moving forward and should be completed according to schedule.
- October 23: This month, Albion Marine Onsite Solutions Team was busy providing technical solutions for one of our prestigious clients in Trois-Rivières, QC. This time the expertise was required by Albion for a propulsion motor re-alignment work scope. The complete execution took over two weeks, including chock fast application and re-alignment.
The work was executed successfully, even though it was a challenge with more than 3 different maker representatives involved.
Albion Marine being responsible for overall project management, ensured that it was delivered safely, on time and to owner’s satisfaction. This week Albion Marine personnel are busy with yet another technical emergency solution based project. More to follow soon..
- October 23: Ballast Water Treatment System retrofit onboard LNG carrier has been completed, full commissioning carried out on the Singapore anchorage, signed off by Albion Marine representative, BWTS supplier Service Engineers and Class. The vessel is on the way to the loading port. The next vessel entered dry dock two weeks ago and installation is in the full swing supported by our onsite supervisors.
- October 23: Albion Marine Engine Experts (AMEX) team was working onsite through this weekend to provide emergency main bearing replacement on a mammoth 10S90ME engine. Albion was able to activate it AMEX team to arrive onboard within a few hours of notice. The team returned back late past Monday midnight having successfully complete the job well before vessel’s morning departure. The job was executed at one of the largest container terminals on west coast of North America – Delta port, BC with the vessel being a part of one of the world’s largest container carrier fleets.