TNF Inexa has announced its future projects along with two exhibitions the company will be attending.
TNF will participate in two exhibitions where visitors have the opportunity to meet the sales department.
Exposhipping will be taking place in Istanbul, Turkey, from 2-5 April, in addition to Marintec in Shanghai, China, from 3-6 December.
A few of the projects TNF has delivered and will deliver by 2020 are featured below.
TNF has delivered all material for both ferries to the Gotland shipping company in collaboration with ScanMarine and the Shipyard GSI. Complete cabins have been delivered that meet comfort class 1.
TNF has provided panels for Norwegian Cruise line’s ‘Norwegian Joy’ in cooperation with HGS and build by Meyer Yard, Papenburg. TNF has delivered the equipment for all 98 luxury cabins, which all meet comfort class 1.
TNF has delivered panels, cabin doors, and inspection hatches in cooperation with FasT SA to Flensburg Shipyard NB 774. The shipping company Brittany will take over the ship during 2019.
TNF has delivered panels and ceilings for 90 luxury cabins in cooperation with Heick GmbH for Meyer Shipyard NB 710 – P&O Cruises. The ship will be delivered to the shipping company in 2019.
TNF has provided panels, as well as ceilings, for 80 luxury cabins in cooperation with Heick GmbH for Meyer Shipyard 700 & 713 – Royal Caribbean Cruises. The ship will be delivered to the shipping company in 2020 and 2021.
TNF has delivered panels, ceilings, doors and bath cabins for 110 cabins in cooperation with Cosco Dalian for 4 Subsea Support Vessel ships for the shipping company Maersk Supply. The last newbuilding was delivered in 2018 to the shipping company.
In mid-2018, Royal Bodewes and TNF made a framework agreement for their new-build programme up to 2020. In the past, Bodewes has approximately 12 ships on order for various shipping companies. The NB 746 was delivered to the company in December 2018. The agreement contains orders for panels, doors, inspection hatches, and ceilings.