News from ORSKOV YARD

Juvel becomes Jawhart Al Wusta at ORSKOV YARD  

The 100 meter long fishing vessel Juvel arrived Frederikshavn and ORSKOV YARD in March, and after an extensive conversion Jawhart Al Wusta will be leaving the shipyard on 22nd of December . The name change is only one of many changes the fishing vess…

Meetings in a COVID-19 time

At Orskov Yard we want to keep everybody safe yet still continue running the yard as normal as possible. Right now it can be difficult to have meetings face to face due to COVID-19. This is why we use “Teams” to stay connected at Orskov Yard. Our Sal…

Ultra-High Pressure Water Blasting with robots at…

Orskov Yard and its surface treatment supplier, Premator, have made a significant facility upgrade with an investment in state of the art Ultra-High Pressure Water Blasting equipment. Water blasting is a fast and efficient alternative to sand blastin…

Today Orskov Yards new floating dock arrived in Fr…

”The arrival of our floating dock to Port of Frederikshavn is a milestone for Orskov Yard, and we cannot wait till we get to use the dock in the beginning of the new year. As far as I know, It has been more than 40 years since a new floating dock has…

Watch the launch of dock 5

Our new floating dock has left Turkey. ETA in Frederikshavn in mid August. We hope and cross our fingers for a safe journey. Watch the launch of the dock here: https://www.orskov.dk/videos/  

Vermland at Orskov Yard – Conversion from a Cargo…

Despite the Covid19-situation, we converted the vessel Vermland from a Cargo vessel to a Fish Feed Carrier in April and May and re-deliver the vessel on time. The owner Niels A. Mortensen said the following after the vessel departed: “Thank you all f…

The yard is back at full speed

We had many vessels at the yard when Covid19 hit Denmark, and despite the difficulties that arose due to the lock-down of society, we managed to redeliver the vessels on time. This could only have happened because of increased utilization of our loca…

Our new floating dock is quickly taking shape

The building of our new floating dock is progressing very fast at Hat-San Shipyard in Turkey – with more than 70% of all the building blocks now on the slipway. The outfitting and tank coating has started while supervised by our local site team from …

Siem Symphony at Orskov Yard

Siem Offshore, one of our many good North European offshore clients, has drydocked 7 of their Offshore Support Vessels at Orskov Yard within the last 12 months. A detailed understanding of our customers needs during drydocking, has resulted in a good…

Orskov Yard invests in a large mobile shore power…

Orskov Yard has invested in a large mobile shore power unit, which has just been put into service. The system converts onshore power and can deliver 1200 kVA by 400/440/660/690 V and 50/60 HZ. The new unit from the Danish company PowerCon is delivere…