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January 10, 2019updated 11 Jan 2019 4:18pm

Deals and M&As this week: Kalmar, Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH)

Kalmar and International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) have signed an agreement for the support and maintenance of the automated container handling solution at Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT).

Kalmar and International Container Terminal Services (ICTSI) have signed an agreement for the support and maintenance of the automated container handling solution at Victoria International Container Terminal (VICT).

The scope of the agreement covers VICT’s OneTerminal automated platform, including the Navis N4 terminal operating system (TOS), 20 Kalmar automated stacking cranes (ASCs), and 11 Kalmar AutoShuttles.

VICT aims to boost the capacity, performance and availability of the OneTerminal automated systems.

Marlink and Transpetrol have renewed their existing deal for Sealink VSAT service by signing a new contract.

The new contract covers Transpetrol’s complete vessel fleet along with two proposed buildings scheduled for completion in mid-2020.

It will allow the tanker fleet to access Marlink’s global network and business-critical VSAT solutions, which can be used for data and voice communication for its operations and support crew welfare.

The deal will also provide additional benefits to Transpetrol via an enhanced committed information rate (CIR) and maximum information rate (MIR).

“VICT aims to boost the capacity, performance and availability of the OneTerminal automated systems.”

Marlink’s network and SkyFile Anti-Virus on-board the ships will safeguard Transpetrol’s operations from cyber-attacks.

Transpetrol will also incorporate Marlink’s XChange platform and XChange Cloud.

Norwegian Cruise Line (NCLH) has awarded a contract to Fincantieri for manufacturing two next-generation ships.

The two Allura-class ships will be part of NCLH’s Oceania Cruises brand and will represent the next stage of NCLH’s OceaniaNEXT initiative.

The ships are expected to be delivered in 2022 and 2025.

MOL Chemical Tankers (MOLCT) has signed an agreement to acquire all the shares of Nordic Tankers (NT) from Triton. The agreement covers all the rights associated with the share purchase deal.

NT will be rebranded as MOL Nordic Tankers (MOLNT) and will retain its current management and employees.

Scheduled for completion in February, the acquisition will lead to the creation of one of the world’s prime owners/operators of stainless-steel chemical tankers and improved competitive options for consumers.

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