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Alphatron Marine is a world renowned supplier of integrated bridge solutions, representing a number of major industrial brands, alongside manufacturing unique complementary products to the JRC portfolio. With full support from Centers of Excellence in Tokyo, Rotterdam, Singapore and Houston, the combined synergies bring quality and innovation to owners, operators and shipyards, redefining the future of ocean, offshore and river navigation.read more
Alphatron Marine equipped a state-of-the-art premium design AlphaBridge to the vessel Egbert Wagenborg, a modern, multi-purpose open-top ice strengthened vessel, named after the company’s founder. The ergonomically designed AlphaBridge with four 46-inch wide screens include remote support and an onboard information system.Read the full article
Since the start of delivering the AlphaBridge and various other complex solutions, supporting the ship owner and crew has remained priority. However, our desire and commitment to continually improve our services inspired us to build a fully functional service platform for a new device, called the AlphaEye.Read full article
Alphatron Marine equipped a dual tugboat console to the unique Infield Support Vessel (ISV) RT Raven, the largest and most powerful Rotortug ever built. The delivery to the vessels consists of a split forward and aft AlphaBridge console setup including JRC Solid State MFD radar, Dynamic Positioning system and all required navigation and communication equipment.Read full article
Alphatron Marine equipped an extensive AlphaBridge package to the ultra-modern MV Coralius, the first European built LNG bunker and feeder vessel Coralius by shipyard Royal Bodewes. It is as well the first newbuilding contract in close cooperation with Anthony Veder and Sirius Shipping. This newest vessel will offer LNG bunkering services for Skangas, operating mainly in the North Sea, the Skagerak area and the Baltic Sea.Read full article