Climeon steps up - first volume order approved for delivery

December 18, 2017 Cecilia Edling

 

Climeon achieved a key milstone when successfully passing the Factory Acceptance Test of the first volume order. The first six Climeon Heat Power units, out of totally 18, are being prepared for delivery to Fincantieris shipyard i Romania. 

Representatives from Fincantieri, Lloyd’s Register and the ship owner attended the Factory Acceptance Test to verify performance, safety and quality of the products before shipment to Fincantieris shipyard in Romania.

Thomas Öström, CEO at Climeon, comments: 
“This is a key milestone for us that makes 2017 the year we went from single module production to volume capacity. Approval from such a thorough review by demanding customers and certification bodies is another great proof of our capability to deliver Climeon Heat Power products with high quality”.

Sten Carlsson, owner and founder of Mastec, comments: 
”In a rapid and efficient cooperation, Mastec and Climeon have achieved industrial top-quality and got the Climeon Heat Power products certified by Lloyd's Register, with high demands on design, welding, machining and assembly. We are extremely pleased and proud! The team has done a great job and we look forward to the continuation of this cooperation.” 

Fincantieri is the world’s largest ship builder of cruise ships and has delivered over 7000 vessels for several decades and to leading brands in the cruise ship market.

Lloyd’s Register is a leading maritime classification society, known for its very high standards and strict requirements. 

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