Royston Diesel Power’s advanced enginei EFMS (electronic fuel management system) has been specified for a range of new specialist maritime security vessels and multi-role crew boats.
The move will see 16 enginei units supplied to Penguin International Limited, the Singapore-based designer and operator of aluminium workboats.
Penguin, the world’s largest builder of mid-sized crew boats, is building several of its flagship Flex Fighter range of high-speed armoured security vessels for anti-piracy operations off the coast of Nigeria. New Flex-42X multi-role crew boats will also be destined for its own chartering operations in Southeast Asia.
Royston Diesel Power’s advanced enginei EFMS (electronic fuel management system) has been specified as part of the new build programme for the first dredging vessel commissioned in 20 years by CEMEX UK Marine.
The new £30m Damen Shipyards Group built CEMEX Go Innovation has been designed to extract sand and gravel from depths of up to 55m, including in the challenging conditions experienced in the North Sea.
Under construction at Damen Shipyards Galati, in Romania, the 100m long, 7,000 tonnes vessel will replace CEMEX’s Sand Heron, offering the capacity to deliver up to 20% extra load per trip.
CEMEX has opted for a cutting-edge vessel design, with the latest on-board safety, efficiency and environmental facilities and equipment as part of clear set of design requirements.
enginei will be installed as part of a comprehensive suite of advanced digital marine technologies, designed to offer enhanced long-term operational safety and efficiency performance.