Newsletter Late Spring 2020

Dear Friends and Business Partners,

I hope you’re keeping safe and well health wise as well as economically and have been able to enjoy a little of the beautiful spring weather, despite the current challenging circumstances. Nevertheless, we want to stand by your side as a reliable partner during the crisis and also during the beginning of opening up.

Since the Coronavirus outbreak in Europe, we have received numerous enquiries from our customers about our operation and I am proud to say that Aluship’s team has very well adjusted their routines and procedures to the Covid measures. We are working with the same output and efficiency as before in production and we are well prepared to execute new orders. Many skilled polish workers have returned from Scandinavian and other EU countries and we have more than sufficient sources to add capacity. A rare experience in the last 15 years.

Take care of your health and stay strong!
Goetz Linzenmeier, CEO

Aluship delivered “Mayflower 2”

I reported several times in our former Aluship Newsletters about this outstanding project which integrates unmanned operation during Atlantic crossing with combining the historical event of Mayflower pilgrimage 400 years ago. One event were turning history of North America, the recent adventure will be a historical turning point in shipping operation.

Please find more information incl timelapse production video in our news article here: Mayflower project progress report.

Manufacturing funnels for passenger vessel

Aluship Technology is making great progress on the 6 funnels for the biggest passenger vessel ever build in Germany.

Two large engine room funnels and 4 galley exhausts are under construction.

Aluship Technology delivered stunning superstructure for Oceanco

Our scope of work included aside of fabrication also detailed engineering and NC-files for this amazing 100m+ yacht. More specific details for this strictly confidential project will be announced later at convenient time.