more than a walk in the park.
rise in demand for ballast water treatment systems from September 2019 in the retrofit segment, which is where most of the activity is today.
should take at least nine months to consider all the planning factors before moving ahead with the installation process itself.
The process includes reviewing the technology that fits a certain vessel and reviewing the suppliers to work with – stages which take several months to complete.
vessel, while the supplier produces the system.
many segments, the installation can be made during a normal scheduled drydock, if you have prepared well. After that, you need to be compliant with the IMO regulation,” according to Lindmark.
order intake stood at SEK 264 million, while just a year later it jumped to SEK 724 million and activity continue to increase, according to Lindmark.
from selecting the system with the right certificate, the shipowners also need to ensure the system is maintained and operated in a correct way to be compliant for the lifetime of the vessel.
India, the Philippines, Singapore and Shanghai, as well as a simulator that can be installed if the shipowners have their own training center.
including training when our engineer is on board. We launched the computer-based training as a good alternative for both online and offline crew training when they are not at a specific training center,” Lindmark explained.
feedback from the market.”
of the numerous ideas and innovations that are being discussed in the market.