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How do you prevent your newbuilding from becoming obsolete too soon?

To stay ahead - both as a ship owner and also as a ship designer - in this era of rapid changes, one of your key focus areas should be to constantly answer one of the most fundamental questions in the maritime industry: How to prevent the newbuilding from becoming obsolete too soon?

Alan Lam from Shippax has talked to our CCO Anders Ørgård about how true holistic design that considers fuel strategy and fuel developments, port layout and its fit with the vessel in question, operational flexibility, and passenger offerings contributes to the shipowner's future business successes.


READ THE ARTICLE: OSK-ShipTech in driving seat of passenger ship design
Shippax Info, December 2021

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“When we talk about fuel strategy, nobody knows the winner in this race. Hence, our first priority is to keep our designs flexible and adaptable to future energy sources” Anders Ørgård, CCO – OSK Group
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