Deck Machinery

Hydraulic or electric? This is a sector of the industry where technology has been taking the lead in a big way, looking for energy saving opportunities and new ways to be efficient.

  • Imagen Danfish

    Ibercisa deck machinery for new Rammi trawler

    2021-10-21T09:42:00+01:00By Rebecca Strong

    The Icelandic shipowner Rammi, based in the Fjallabyggd and Thorlakshofn ports, has chosen Ibercisa Deck Machinery for the integral supply of fishing winches and controls on its new fresh fish trawler.

  • SEAONICS equipment onboard ‘Gadus Poseidon’

    SEAONICS at Nor-Fishing


    SEAONICS was established in 2011 by VARD and ICD Industries and is located in the centre of the maritime cluster on the west coast of Norway.

  • Cosmos Trawl’s new winch

    New winch optimises wire tension


    Cosmos Trawl A/S has recently launched its new tension winch for tightening wire rope.

  • Two Palfinger Marine cranes delivered


    At the end of last year Palfinger Marine partner PK d.o.o. delivered two cranes to Uljanik shipyard and to Cromaris d.d.

  • The 'M/S America’s Finest' will be built at Dakota Creek Industries in Washington using an ST-116 OL design

    Fishermen’s Finest choses Ibercisa


    Ibercisa has been contracted to supply the deck machinery for a new vessel for US company Fishermen’s Finest.

  • Markey deck machinery for research vessel


    Named for the first American woman launched into space aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger, the research vessel Sally Ride was commissioned on 9 August at Dakota Creek Industries in Washington, USA.

  • JK Fabrication’s DNV Type-Approved 40-30-3000 Anchor Winch

    Anchor winch for new 'Arctic Prowler'


    JK Fabrication’s 40-30-3000-DNV series Anchor Winch has been installed aboard the F/V Arctic Prowler, the new state of the art longliner for Alaska Longline Co. located in Petersburg Alaska.

  • Ibercisa will exhibit its latest technology at Nor-Fishing

    Fishing fleet chooses Ibercisa


    Marine deck machinery company, Ibercisa, will exhibit its latest technology in electrically driven machinery at Nor-Fishing in August.

  • Ned-Deck Marine becomes PALFINGER NED-DECK


    Since the integration of Ned-Deck Marine into the PALFINGER GROUP in 2010, the Business Area PALFINGER MARINE has strengthened its position as a deck equipment supplier in the maritime, offshore and wind industries worldwide.

  • On site servicing and repair service launched


    British engineering company Seaway Powell Marine now has a mobile service and repair team for winches, windlasses, hydraulic and conventional sail and rigging controls.

  • Naust Marine’s Spooling Gear

    Seattle welcomes Naust Marine


    Last year Icelandic company Naust Marine opened its subsidiary, Naust Marine USA, in Seattle.

  • ACE Winches has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade

    Deck machinery company wins ACE award


    Deck machinery company ACE Winches has been awarded a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade.

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