Building Damen vessels locally
Sharing our knowledge worldwide
We believe in the power of sharing and transferring our knowledge and skills to our customers worldwide, enabling them to build a Damen vessel at a local yard of their choice. By sharing this expert knowledge, we not only contribute to better, safer, and more eco-friendly ships, but to sustainable local development and prosperity.
Remote or inland locations
We support local yards to build proven Damen designs from our extensive portfolio, wherever they are in the world. This option enables customers to build a quality Damen vessel at a remote or inland location, and it also allows them to meet political and local content requirements.
Upgrading or constructing yards
Benefits to the local economy
Damen Technical Cooperation (DTC) is means by which to unlock the full potential of the maritime sector – anywhere in the world. It’s not always possible to build a Damen vessel at a Damen yard. With DTC we offer ship owners & operators, government & navies and shipyards the possibility to build, sell and maintain Damen quality locally. Our aim is not only to build a vessel locally, however; our proposition is a sustainable collaboration offering the transfer of technology and expertise to facilitate development of local industry and supplier networks while stimulating regional employment opportunities.
Profit from Damen’s research backbone
Dedicated project management
Product portfolio access
Gateway to global supplier network
DTC products & support
The level of support you receive from DTC is tailored to your requirements. This support is provided in a modular fashion which can be customised with the application of any combination of the following options and their component parts:
✔ Financing support ✔ Sales and tender support ✔ Contracting partner
Design & Engineering
✔ Tailored engineering packages ✔ Supply chain solutions
Transfer of technology
✔ Building Assistance ✔ Training ✔ Yard consultancy
Licence to build
Need a vessel on a lake, a proven design or an opportunity to stimulate the local maritime industry?