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ICE Opening Ship Design Office in Croatia

ICE is happy to announce the opening of a ship design office in Split, Croatia. Steinar Draegebo, ICE Chairman & CEO, says that the idea for a permanent ICE presence in Croatia originally came from the owner of the local Brodosplit shipyard; however, the intention is to provide high-quality design and engineering services not only to regional companies but also ...
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CADMATIC Training at ICE

ICE offers design and engineering services for clients in the commercial shipbuilding, naval and offshore energy market segments. Our reference portfolio includes a diverse and demanding range of projects across the markets served. The main 3-D ship design software used by ICE is AVEVA Marine – with 250 licenses ICE is a leading user of that software and expects that ...
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ICE-designed Wind Turbine Installation Vessel Heading for Taiwan

Seajacks’ Zaratan is transferred from Europe to be used in construction of Taiwan’s new commercial offshore windfarm, Formosa I (phase 2). The self-propelled, dynamically positioned jack-up vessel was built by Lamprell in 2012 at their Hamriyah facility in the United Arab Emirates, based on a Gusto MSC’ basic design. ICE’s involvement in design of this and several other WTI vessels ...
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ICE Hosting Industry Meeting

ICEPRONAV Engineering hosted last month the quarterly meeting of the Romanian Shipbuilders Association (ANCONAV). ICEPRONAV is one of the founding members of this organisation, which represents the Romanian shipbuilding industry as well as producers of ship’s equipment and accessories. Sorin Brazdis, Director of Operations of ICEPRONAV Engineering is shown briefing the participants on ICE’s project management approach to ongoing high-value ...
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Electric Ferry Designed by ICE

As part of a new ferry service planned by an undisclosed client, ICE has recently developed a design for an all-electric ferry that can carry 200 passengers and 45 cars. The shallow-draft double-ended mono-hull ferry will be propelled by four 750 kW propeller pods, achieving a speed of 15 knots in open water and operating with 10 knots in harbour ...
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