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Fehn Ship Management is taking part in a worldwide programme to reduce greenhouse gas emission, the World Ports Climate Initiative (WPCI). All ships taking part in this voluntary programme have to report the specifics of their fuel consumers, the fuel consumption, the kind of fuel used and the distance they sailed. From this data the output of emissions is calculated and the ship receives an Environmental Ship Index (ESI). The better the score, the more benefits are offered by the partaking ports. This ranges from discounts on port dues to the free use of pilots.



Michael Plewa has taken over the job as managing director of Europatrans from Andreas Schacht, who will leave the company. “Michael Plewa has been in leading positions in both heavy haulage and crane business for more than 15 years,” says Manfred Müller, head of EMS-Fehn-Group. “We are convinced that he is the right man for Europatrans.”

Project in Sweden 


EFG Scandinavia is currently busy working for one of the steel contractors on a construction site in Sweden. In Boden a waste to energy heat and power plant is being built. The whole project will cost $35 million. Work started already in September and this week the crane service experts from Bergen have been awarded an additional contract for crane services with one of the other contractors at the project. The contract will run until end of January, including one month with two work shifts.



Today the „Palabora” left the port of Emden with a special cargo on board. Chartered by Global Boat Shipping, the multi purpose vessel brings the catamaran „Halunder Jet” from Germany to Canada. more...



EMS APO is investing further into equipment to match the increasing demand of high quality services. These Pneumatic Loading Compressor are used for loading cement in bulk. The special equipment made in Germany has a capacity of 60 to 90 tons/hour each. EMS APO has already bought four of them, two more have been ordered. Anteacement, the major producer  of cement and clinker in Albania, is using the facilities since EMS APO has started the business more than four years ago.

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