New Building Supervision

Total supervision of your new building from specification review to delivery.

What New Building & Technical Services will do for you:

During the ship building process there is high potential to influence the ship quality and lifecycle cost. The project management team of experienced professionals ensures that the vessel is built in accordance to contract, specification and rules. The site team conducts scheduled inspections and also patrolling of worksites to closely monitor safety and quality during construction. We guarantee that you will receive a well-built ship and enjoy lower lifecycle cost.

Sanjiv Rastogi - Head of New Building & Technical Services

From Steel Cutting to Delivery

Our site team of experts on hull, painting, machinery, piping, electrical, automation, cargo containment, and administration, follows the construction schedule closely.  They oversee inspections, tests, Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) and sea trials at the shipyard or in other locations in accordance to approved Inspection Test Plan (ITP).

The site team has regular progress reviews with the shipyard to ensure that any slippage is followed up by a recovery plan. The detailed progress is closely monitored by the project management team and regular site visits are included.  

The final ship documents and certificates are carefully reviewed and delivered. Regular progress reports are provided to the owner.

Our Services

  • IHM Site visit

    Inventory of Hazardous Materials

    It will soon be a MUST to have an Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM). The coming requirement will be made mandatory by the EU Ship Recycling Regulation 2013 for vessels calling on any EU ports. We provide Class certified IHM for all types of vessels anywhere in the world.

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    Dry Docking

    With professional planning, preparation and execution, we make dry docking predictable and efficient.

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    Global Health, Safety, Environment and Quality

    Health, Safety, Environment and Quality (HSEQ) is the cornerstone of our operations. Our quality assurance is set at a high standard to safeguard ship owners, crew and the public from any risk.

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    Lay-Up Management

    We strongly believe in vessel preservation and maintenance during lay-up. This is essential to ensure vessel performance is optimal when reactivated.

Wilhelmsen insights

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    Considerations for scrubber retrofitting

    With only a couple of years to the 2020 enforcement for controlled sulfur emissions, shipowners will have to make the decision to either switch to low-sulfur marine fuel oil (LSFO) or install exhaust gas scrubbers (EGCS – Exhaust Gas Cleaning systems).

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Sanjiv Rastogi , Head of New Building and Technical Services

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    Improving hull performance through IoT

    Reducing fuel consumption and carbon emission is high on the agenda of most owners and charterers today. Through on-board sensors and technology, Wilhelmsen Ship Management (WSM) shows how it is done.

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Paal Berg Lande , Fleet Manager - Cruise Segment

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    Building crew of the future

    Having state-of-the-art installations are good. Having competent crew who know how to handle them even better.

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Espen Sending , Vice President - Marine Personnel

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    Getting your vessel out from the cold

    Reactivating your LNG vessel to seaworthy conditions

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Don Jenkins , Vessel Manager

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    Ship Management chews on the digital shipping pie

    Digital Shipping is the buzz word many has coined for the future of shipping.

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Christina Cheh , Vice President - Global HSEQ, WSM

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    Transitioning into EU MRV

    WSM believes data integrity is the key to EU MRV compliance.

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Joseph Chum , Manager, Business Process and Systems

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    Ballast Water Management Enters into Force: Are you well prepared?

    2017 is the year when ship owners are pressed to make a decision on their BWMS. Still, ship owners are unwilling to decide on ballast water treatment systems until the standards are finalized.

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Sanjiv Rastogi , Head of New Building & Technical Services

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    Being prepared for risky waters

    An alarming extension of South East Asia piracy is evident by recent piracy incidents reported off Sabah, Sarawak & in the Sulu Sea – Celebes Sea.

    Wilhelmsen insights |
    Rakesh Kumar , Company Security Officer