Damen Maaskant helps razor shell fishery on path to electrification


Damen Maaskant has helped a fishing vessel on its journey to fully carbon-free operation

From now on, the 43m YE118 owned by Yerseke 118 Noordland will fish for razor shells with an electric propulsion motor.

The two companies have been working together since 2015 on safety and catch quality and have now turned their attention to reducing NOx emissions.

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