Balk now AntiRoll installer

May 3, 2017 by Triton Staff

In partnership with Dutch stabilization company DMS Holland, Balk Shipyard in Holland is now the first AntiRoll installation facility in Northern Europe.

“The high-tech nature of our systems demand a cutting edge partner for installation,” said Patrick Noor, director of DMS Holland. “In that respect, Balk Shipyard was an easy choice. This shipyard has all the required technical expertise, the logistics and the organizational facilities for a professional installation.”

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