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Christian Radich visiting Måløy

One of Norway’s best known sailing ships, Christian Radich, has arrived at Måløy today.  The Three mast full rig has Måløy as one of its stops on a coastal cruise this summer. Christian Radich was built as a training ship in 1937 and is an impressive sight with his 72 meters in length, 9,7 meters […]

On the verge of completion

Stadyard at Raudeberg is now on the verge of completion of the vessel Stormhav. In 2018, the shipyard secured yet another contract for a new build and are now making the final touches before delivery. Ready for trial fishing The new vessel called Stormhav is designed and developed by the local shipdesign company Seacon and […]

Looking for project engineers and electrical engineers

As a result of increased activity, Ulvesund Elektro needs to increase their staff and are searching for project engineers and electrical engineers.Ulvesund Elektro AS, one of Måløy Maritime Group’s members, is an electrical entrepreneur based in Måløy, Kinn municipality in Vestland County. They are a complete supplier of electrical engineering services. They have been in […]

Building Cape Arkona for Austral Fisheries

Måløy Maritme Group got a tour on Cape Arkona, a vessel being build at Baatbygg for Austral Fisheries. At Baatbygg, around 100 workers are building the vessel which is set to be done mid May. On this project, four of Måløy Maritime Group members, including Baatbygg, are involved in the process; Skipskompetanse with design and complete […]

Crew delighted with Loppa’s speed

«Loppa» has revolutionized cutting process for fishing giant, Nergård Havfiske. Loppa, produced by Havfront AS, is the world’s smallest heading and gutting machine, and has done wonders for the efficiency of Kågtind 2. Johann Johansson, technical supervisor at Nergård Havfiske states that the efficiency has quadrupled. Havfront and Nergård Havfiske signed a contract in 2019 for […]

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