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  • 20 March 2013

    The European Commission has authorised an amendment to the restructuring plan for Brodotrogir, one of the Croat shipyards in difficulty. Indeed, the distortion of competition that may arise from the modest increase in the total amount of restructuring aid is offset by the additional compensatory measures proposed by Croatia, in line with EU Guidelines on […]

  • 20 June 2013
    Business & Finance

    The European Commission has authorised an amendment to the restructuring plan for Brodotrogir, one of the Croat shipyards in difficulty. Indeed, the distortion of competition that may arise from the modest increase in the total amount of restructuring aid is offset by the additional compensatory measures proposed by Croatia, in line with EU Guidelines on […]

  • 11 April 2013

    After last month’s sale of its largest shipyard, Brodosplit, the Croatian government has signed another privatisation contract, this time for its ailing Brodotrogir shipyard. The shipyard was sold to a local company Kermas Energija for a price of 0.13 euros ($0.17). Kermas Energija acquired the stake of more than 95% and will now invest 270 […]

  • 29 May 2014
    Business & Finance

    Shipping company Navig8 has welcomed oil/chemical tanker Songa Hawk to its fleet. Sailing under the flag of the Marshal Islands, the tanker joins the group’s Taras8 Pool. Built by Jinse Shipbuilding, from South Korea, in 2009, the ship is operated by Songa Shipmanagement Ltd., the inhouse shipmanagement company of the Blystad Group. The tanker featuring […]

  • 28 March 2012

      On the 15th of March Brodotrogir d.d. carried out the delivery signing ceremony for the chemical tanker Amorina. The tanker, which was launched in July last year, is being built for Siteam Navigator Shipping Co.Pte.Ltd., of the Laurin Maritime AB group The delivery documents were signed by Bo Walter on behalf of the buyer […]

  • 23 December 2011

    On 22nd December 2011, a bed trial of main engine was performed in Brodosplit-Diesel Engine Factory. It will be installed in Hull 324 of Brodotrogir Shipyard. It is a tanker for chemicals and oil products, with capacity of 46.000 DWT built in the shipyard Brodotrogir and contarcted for swedish company „Lauren Maritime AB“. Engine was […]

  • 28 March 2012
    Business & Finance

    On the 15th of March Brodotrogir d.d. carried out the delivery ceremony for the chemical tanker Amorina. The tanker, which was launched in July last year, is being built for Siteam Navigator Shipping Co.Pte.Ltd., of the Laurin Maritime AB group. The delivery documents were signed by Bo Walter on behalf of the buyer and Mateo […]

  • 11 December 2012

    Brodotrogir Shipyard d.d. delivered, on Dec. 10th, chemical tanker Allegro to Siteam Pioneer Shipping Co.Pte.Ltd., of the Laurin Maritime AB group. The ship was constructed for transporting chemicals and petroleum products up to 45,470 DWT with a speed of 15 knots. The cooperation with the well-known Swedish company Laurin Maritime dates from 1999., and has […]

  • 12 December 2012
    Business & Finance

    Brodotrogir Shipyard d.d. delivered, on Dec. 10th, chemical tanker Allegro to Siteam Pioneer Shipping Co.Pte.Ltd., of the Laurin Maritime AB group. The ship was constructed for transporting chemicals and petroleum products up to 45,470 DWT with a speed of 15 knots. The cooperation with the well-known Swedish company Laurin Maritime dates from 1999., and has […]

  • 6 April 2010

    The Croatian Government has adopted a decision to give state guarantees to the London branch of Credit Suisse International for loans to the 3.Maj shipyard and Brodosplit-Brodogradiliste. It will also give state guarantees to JP Morgan, London, for a loan to Brodotrogir. At 3.Maj, the loans will go towards financing several construction projects while at […]

  • 19 December 2012

    Croatia’s CROSCO has secured a contract for its semi-submersible drilling rig Zagreb 1. The rig has been hired by Total E&P Libye (TEPL) for offshore drilling operations in Libya. Zagreb 1 is scheduled to start drilling in Libya in early 2013. The contract includes drilling of two exploration wells plus two one-well options. Zagreb 1 […]

  • 23 November 2012

    MV Artemis, a luxury passenger mini cruiser that was under repair a little less than a year ago, has arrived in BRODOTROGIR Shipyard for docking. According to plan, it will stay at the shipyard until the beginning of December, and during that time in the dock work will be performed on the ship’s hull, painting, zincing, […]

  • 4 January 2018
    Business & Finance

    Italian Palumbo Group has expressed interest to become a strategic partner of Croatian shipbuilder Uljanik. 

  • 12 February 2018
    Business & Finance

    Croatian Kermas is to buy Arctech Helsinki Shipyard in Finland from Russia’s United Shipbuilding Corporation.

  • 29 July 2013

    Brodosplit-Diesel Engine Factory Ltd. and Croatian shipbuilder Trogir Ltd. have signed a contract for the construction of two main engines that will be installed in Hull 325 and Hull 326. The vessels are tankers intended for transportation of chemicals and oil products, with capacity of 49500 dwt that will be built by the Brodotrogir shipyard […]

  • 20 July 2012

    Within the restructuring process of its shipbuilding industry, necessary for the forthcoming Croatian accession into the European Union, the Croatian Government passed a decision to sell off another of its shipyards, namely Brodotrogir, EU business news site informs. According to the decision, the buyer will be the Kermas Energija firm, which promised to maintain the […]

  • 23 March 2012

    The Croatian government has rejected offers made for the privatization of three of the five shipyards on the Adriatic coast. All these shipyards are heavily indebted and are managing to survive only due to the aid provided by the state. The smallest shipyard is located in Kraljevica, near Rijeka, and it has recorded the highest […]

  • 20 June 2013

    The European Commission has authorised under EU state aid rules an amendment to the restructuring plan for 3. Maj, one of the Croatian shipyards in difficulty. The Commission concluded that any distortion of competition that may arise from the modest increase in the total amount of restructuring aid would be offset by the additional compensatory […]

  • 9 May 2012
    Business & Finance

    Recently the Hull 324 was successfully christened and launched at Trogir Shipyard, Croatia. At the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Mervi Karttunen, the godmother of the vessel (otherwise, the ex-employee of the group Laurin Maritime AB, currently a member of the Swedish National Olympic Committee) named the ship the Allegro. Mateo Tramontana, the director of the Shipyard Trogir, greeted […]

  • 8 May 2012

    Recently the Hull 324 was successfully christened and launched at Trogir Shipyard, Croatia. At the ribbon-cutting ceremony, Mervi Karttunen, the godmother of the vessel (otherwise, the ex-employee of the group Laurin Maritime AB, currently a member of the Swedish National Olympic Committee) named the ship the Allegro. Mateo Tramontana, the director of the Shipyard Trogir, greeted […]

  • 16 August 2016
    Research & Development, Technology

    Dutch companies CFL and Barge Master have joined forces to offer a ”feeder concept” which is said to optimise offshore logistics during wind farm installation phase and could lead to up to 40% reduction in installation time and costs, Bjorn Knopper, Commercial Manager at CFL Offshore told Offshore WIND. The concept combines CFL’s new 128-metre, DP 2 multipurpose supply- […]

  • 20 June 2016

    On the 20th of April, CFL launched the first out of a series of ‘Joint Runner’ type DP2 Feeder vessels named Joint Runner 1. The first vessel was built in the Netherlands and her sister vessels are presently under construction at BrodoTrogir Shipyard in Croatia. The engineering and construction of this series began in 2013, […]