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Scanjet Group receives large orders

Scanjet is has secured substantial orders for its Tank Management and Tank Cleaning products.

Scanjet has received orders from Hudong Shipyard in China to equip 5+3 38,000dwt chemical tankers being built for Stolt-Nielsen with the SCANJET “Surveyor” Tank Management System.

The system will cover monitoring and alarm functions including radar level gauging for all tanks onboard, high-level alarms and pressure plus temperature measurement, all of which are integrated in the “Surveyor” system.

 

In addition, Scanjet is supplying its critical Tank Cleaning system for the vessels, which has been designed to the highest standard to take account of the variety of cargoes that the vessels are being built to transport.

 

The value of the order exceeds USD6 million and Scanjet has expressed pride that Hudong and Stolt-Nielsen have selected its complete product range for cargo operations onboard these high specification vessels.

 

“We take deep satisfaction from securing this project and from the confidence Messrs Stolt-Nielsen continues to place in SCANJET by installing our “best of the class” overall tank management and tank cleaning systems,” says Scanjet MD Niklas Falkmer. “Stolt-Nielsen is one of the most demanding ship-owners in the world and this order follows on from installations of Scanjet equipment onboard previous vessels operated by the company.”

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Notes for Editors

Scanjet is a privately owned Swedish company with local operations in more than 10 countries, supported by a global service and representative network.  For further information please contact:

 

Niklas Falkmer
Managing Director
Scanjet Marine AB, Sweden

www.scanjet.se

Tel: +46 31 338 7550

n.falkmer@scanjet.se

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