Barwil Egytrans (Wilhelmsen)
|Barwil Egytrans (Wilhelmsen)|
|9, Hussein Hassab & Beni El-Abbassi Street|
|El Zaher Building (2)|
|1st Floor Sultan,|
|Mr. Eng, Hossam Leheta|
Founded in Norway in 1861, Wilhelmsen is now a comprehensive global maritime group providing essential products and services to the merchant fleet, along with supplying crew and technical management to the largest and most complex vessels ever to sail. Committed to shaping the maritime industry, we also seek to develop new opportunities and collaborations in renewables, zero-emission shipping, and marine digitalization. Supporting a diverse and inclusive workplace, with thousands of colleagues across more than 60 countries, we take innovation, sustainability and unparalleled customer experiences one step further.
New-building processes can be both challenging and time-consuming, especially in today’s context. From brainstorming an idea to the actual ship design, from the first cutting of the steel plates to the delivery of a new ship, there are thousands of decisions to be made daily.
With limited time, every party involved is working round the clock to make sure things are happening according to the timeline, regardless of whether you are a superintendent, procurement manager or technical manager at the shipyard.
Limited time and resources
Ensuring a successful delivery with limited time and resources often means working around the clock. This is a common challenge for every party involved – from shipowners, to designers, classification societies, shipyards, and suppliers.
Complying with international regulations (SOLAS, Marpol and OCIMF), flag state, class and government agency requirements (documentations, certifications, reports) and obtaining OEM approvals are essential to the newbuilding process.
Protecting the assets
Equipping your vessel with a strategic selection of products that support future daily operations will reduce the risk of off-hire and minimizes negative impact to business. Access to sustainable and always-compliant products is key to future-proof your vessels to meet new challenges and goals.
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