Damen is a truly international company. As well as building vessels at its own yards, all over the world, Damen is able to support clients with vessel construction at a yard of their choice via the Damen Technical Cooperation (DTC).

Building Damen vessels at a yard of your choice

DTC’s offering includes designs and licences for vessel construction, materials and engineering packages and building assistance, as well as combinations of these services and the turnkey delivery of projects. Additional services includes feasibility services, yard consultancy, yard upgrades and on the job training. Whatever you require, DTC can offer a solution tailored exactly to your needs.

This versatile, flexible transfer of knowledge and technology ensures a powerful combination of Damen quality and convenient, local production.

With DTC you have access to the entire portfolio of Damen vessels, covering the complete spectrum of maritime industries and all budgetary requirements.

You can take confidence in Damen’s track record of over 6,000 vessel deliveries and application of reliable, proven designs. The advantages of standardised ship designs goes further than this, ensuring you also of the fastest possible build time for your vessel. And, with Damen’s global network of repair yards, service centres and suppliers, you are assured of maximum uptime.

There are several reasons for selecting DTC. Sometimes this relates to working in a remote location, often inland. Other times it can be down to political requirements, such as a need to guarantee local content. In either case, DTC is an excellent way to stimulate a local economy and boost employment opportunities and skills development.

DTC makes it possible to be a Damen customer, wherever you are in the world.

Wilson Sons

Wilson Sons Ultratug Offshore, a joint venture between Wilson Sons and Chilean maritime service provider Ultramar, signed a contract with DTC for two Damen PSV 5000 vessels. The contract required that DTC provide the full engineering package for the vessels as well as key materials, including integration of local content items.

The 85-metre, DP2 vessel designs were tailored to meet Petrobas’ requirements, including installation of a travelling gantry crane for offshore operations and the capacity for future upgrades.

The vessels were built in Guarujá, Brazil at Wilson Sons Guarujá II (SP) – the client’s second yard in the region – with local materials and Damen support. Damen and Wilson Sons have a long-standing relationship spanning over 20 years.




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