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Enersense and RMC ink outfitting work deal for TT-Line LNG-fuelled ferries

Posted on July 27, 2022

Enersense and Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) have signed an agreement on outfitting work for two LNG-fuelled car and passenger ferries being built at the Rauma shipyard for TT-Line Company.

In a statement issued on Thursday (21 July), Enersense said that the contract covers ‘the most demanding technical areas of the ferries’, including steel and piping installations in the main engine room and LNG tank area, as well as insulation work.

Mikko Lampinen, Chief Operating Officer of Enersense’s Smart Works business, commented: ‘We are very pleased with the new agreement, which will further deepen our partnership with RMC and create continuity for several years of cooperation at Rauma Shipyard. We look forward to bringing the long-awaited project into production and to participate in its construction in such a significant role.’

Enersense said that the new agreement in the TT-Line project is ‘strategically important’ for its Smart Works business, as ‘the implementation of LNG projects contributes to the Group’s vision of being a significant promoter of a zero-emission society’.

In February, RMC announced that it had begun work on the construction of the Spirit of Tasmania IV, the first of the two RoPax ferries ordered by TT Line Co. which will operate on the open sea route between mainland Australia and Tasmania. The operating route of the new vessels will be the world’s southernmost route powered by LNG.


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