A half gramme of metal shavings makes all the difference when ensuring that a 4-tonne motor works flawlessly. And a flawless 4-tonne motor makes all the difference when ensuring that a wind turbine or 24-hour factory production line operates continuously and safely.
A Scanel Marine team is currently installing a state-of-the-art Telenor Maritime antenna system on a state-of-the-art cruise ship in Malta. Our colleagues Svend Erik Jensen, Jonas Andreasen and Niklas Kofod are working with the Telenor team to install new V-SAT and WiFi systems on board. A very special installation - the Telenor domes alone are 3.6m in diameter. The team also recently installed similar systems on a luxury cruise ship in Panama.
SABIK Offshore enter into framework agreement with Scanel
Zenitel-Vingtor Stentofon present EXIGO PA system at Scanel
We are pleased to announce that Scanel has established a sales base in Baltimore, USA.
Aalborg University student Thomas Padfield is the latest third-level student to be awarded an internship at Scanel International.
Scanel staff have completed 1,436 course units just since 2015 – and that number keeps rising. Scanel offers staff ongoing further education and specialist training. Courses range from crane-driving to cable installation and from strategic management to sea survival.
A new phase of the Scanel apprenticeship programme has begun. Some of our apprentice colleagues are starting study modules at their technical institutes; others are starting extended periods in a new department.
A Navy seaman is the latest student to be accepted for a coveted internship in the Design & Engineering Department at Scanel HQ. Able Seaman Christian Andersen is studying maritime engineering at MARTEC, the maritime and polytechnic education centre in Frederikshavn.
A proud Scanel tradition was continued when electrical apprentice Rasmus Repo Kjærgaard completed his 3½-year apprenticeship and was immediately hired as our newest fully-qualified marine electrician. Rasmus was presented with his apprenticeship graduation certificate and signed his employment contract at the same ceremony at Scanel headquarters in Frederikshavn.
[Photos used by kind permission of Eshcol Fishing Company and Karstensens Skibsværft]
At Scanel, we know where we're heading together - Scanel's strategy plan, management evaluation and environmental reports are available to all employees worldwide. We just put our knowledge to the test with a company-wide quiz based on these documents.
QHSE Manager Sanna Lambers drew the winners - congratulations to Carsten Emil Nielsen (Electrician, Frederikshavn) who won an event gift voucher and Hanne Christmann (HSE Coordinator, Aalborg) who won a DAB radio.
We are pleased to announce that Scanel is now a Zenitel Maritime Certified Integrator. We are now authorised to design, install, service, repair and test Zenitel communication solutions including Motorola and Vingtor Stentofon PA and communication systems. Our well-travelled team of electronic technicians is pleased to have added Zenitel certification to their global portfolio of solutions for the wind, oil, gas and marine industries.