2021-10-18 Product news
Seaspan Shipyards celebrates 10th anniversary of building ships under the National Shipbuilding Strategy
Seaspan was selected as Canada’s long-term shipbuilding partner to construct large, non-combat vessels.
This interesting article is about the Canadian marine industry. Alfa Laval’s equipment onboard vessels protects important equipment as well as reduces energy costs and harmful emissions.
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“…In 2011, Seaspan was selected as Canada’s long-term shipbuilding partner to construct large, non-combat vessels for the Canadian Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Navy.
“The shipbuilding industry in Canada has benefitted significantly from the National Shipbuilding Strategy. It has eliminated boom and bust cycles in shipbuilding, provided benefits to the entire marine industry and created good-paying jobs both directly and indirectly. The NSS has helped position our domestic marine sector to become an engine of industrial development and economic growth.” said Craig Alexander, Chief Economist, Deloitte Canada.
Seaspan’s NSS program of work includes three Offshore Fisheries Science vessels, one Offshore Oceanographic Science vessel, 16 Multi-Purpose…”
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