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Arctic Offshore Farming is designed for weather exposed areas further from the coast than traditional facilities.

Techano Oceanlift Deliveres Offshore Cranes for Aquaculture

  (NORWAY, 8/30/2023)

Techano Oceanlift has delivered 2 offshore cranes for Salmar’s aquaculture facility, Arctic Offshore Farming (AOF). The cranes were installed and commissioned during the summer. The cranes are of DNV-ST-0378 design and includes AOPS & MOPS. This enables the cranes to work safely towards service vessels as well as internal load handling.

Techano Oceanlift earlier deliveries to AOF includes winches for net handling, chain jacks, utility cranes, net connectors and a boat slip for the fish food barge.

This industrial project will contribute to sustainable growth for the Norwegian aquaculture industry.

In conjunction with the considerably equipment supply, Salmar and Techano Oceanlift have entered into a service agreement.

With this, Techano confirms its world-leading position as a supplier of advanced cargo handling equipment in offshore aquaculture, as the order goes into a series of several deliveries this industry, also including Havfarm and Oceanfarm 1.

 Øystein Bondevik.

“It is very nice to see that our targeted commitment to offshore aquaculture over the years has borne fruit. We bring our high level of expertise from the traditional offshore industry into these new emerging industries, making them both safer and more efficient," says Øystein Bondevik, Director of Business development and Sales.

Arctic Offshore Farming is designed for weather exposed areas further from the coast than traditional facilities. In addition, it is submersible so that salmon lice can be avoided to a large extent.

This industrial project will contribute to sustainable growth for the Norwegian aquaculture industry and contribute to the FAO’s (UN) ambitious goal of growth in the aquaculture industry globally.

About Techano Oceanlift

Techano Oceanlift specializes in cranes, winches and equipment for the fishing- and offshore industry, aquaculture, wind farms and service boats.

In 2008, Morten Sørensen created Techano. Possessing only a dream, an enormous amount of passion and one employee.

Techano offers a wide range of offshore cranes, both knuckle jib cranes, telescopic cranes and foldable cranes.

With all his family from Flekkerøy, a small fishing port outside Kristiansand, it was natural to look towards the sea when a new company was to be established. For generations, his family has been feeding off of what the ocean can provide.

First as fishermen, later as net peddlers and in the last decades as participants in the supplier industry in southern Norway, focusing on fisheries, oil and gas. More recently, offshore farming, offshore wind and aquaculture have become central markets. All the time the ocean has been their focus area and they have been true to their belonging to the industries that the sea offers. 

Since the beginning, Techano has focused on innovation, leading to expand and strengthen the company. Nurturing this simple idea has now allowed Techano to flourish into a strong brand which delivers high-end products, from concept to on-board installation.

Over the years, Techano has acquired a great deal of knowledge and experience, through complex projects, but more importantly through the expertise of new high skilled employees. Techano has made large investments into some of the most advanced software available, guaranteeing the  highest quality products.  

Source: Techano Oceanlifts

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Information of the company:
Address: Lumberveien 27,
City: Kristiansand
State/ZIP: (NO 4621)
Country: Norway
Phone: +47 70310009
E-Mail: [email protected]
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