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Alumeco supplies German shipyard

Alumeco supplies German shipyard

08-06-2016 12:00:00


The Danish aluminum specialist Alumeco, headquartered in Odense, will supply aluminum to a German shipyard that will use the material to build fast small military boats. It's a big production where accurate deliveries of the contracted quantity is important.

"Security of supply is important for the customer, and it is up to us to ensure that neither wind, weather or anything else prevents the agreed delivery. It is a very big production, which must not stand still. Normally, we receive orders 14 days before the exact requirements for how the material must be loaded on transport," says Morten Borup Elkjær, project manager at Alumeco.

The German shipyard customer who remains anonymous delivers the fast boats in aluminum for military maritime customers.

"These boats which the customer constructs for Asian and Arab countries, are light with a big engine. It provides high-speed for the boats, that will be used in the hunt for terrorists and pirates. The customer only uses aluminum, so the boats will have a light weight which with the large motor provides a lot of speed," says Morten Borup Elkjær.

Source: Alumeco / Maritime Denmark


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