Yalova – Turkey, November 2019 – Tersan Shipyard Inc. (Tersan) has successfully delivered two (2) sister Longliner Factory Fishing Vessel; NB1086 and NB1087 to Ervik Family.
The Marinteknikk designed vessels left Tersan on 26th November to carry out fishery operations in the Atlantic. 54 meters long sister longliners are the 4thand the 5th vessels built for Ervik familiy while the first 3 are successfully conducting fishery operations. One more Longliner Factory Fishing Vessel for Ervik Family; NB1100 is also under construction in Tersan Shipyard and planned to be delivered by the 4th quarter of 2021.
“We are pleased and honored to deliver 2 more vessels successfully to Ervik Family. These series of vessels are the evidence of our long term and successful relation with Ervik Havfiske” stated Mr. Sakir Erdogan, Sales and Marketing Director of Tersan. Ervik Havfiske; as the owner of our first turn- key basis delivery to Norway in 2011, has a significant partner role for Tersan. “As Tersan, we are so excited to deliver the 4th and 5th Vessels to Ervik Havfiske whom had lit the fire for these type of vessels enabling us to penetrate into this market. These deliveries will also consolidate our good and
Long-term business relation with Ervik Havfiske whom we have already delivered a number of different types of technologically complicated fishing vessels.”
About Tersan Shipyard: Tersan is one of Turkey’s largest new building shipyard employing about 3.500 people in two shipyards, in Istanbul and in Yalova with a track record of building more than 80 ships. The yard is specialized in building technologically advanced offshore, fishing and other types of vessels for their international customers, mostly from Northern Europe. Tersan is a diversified shipbuilder whom has gained considerable experience in building of LNG and battery operated vessels besides number of value-added niche new-built ships of many types and sizes. Tersan has been awarded as the export leader of Turkey in new shipbuilding sector six consecutive years.