Thordon Bearings and Heddle Shipyards have successfully completed a retrofit project to replace the shaft seals and bearings aboard the Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) vessels CCGS Caribou Isle and CCGS Ile St. Ours.
ABB has been awarded a National Individual Standing Offer1 (NISO) to provide full-scope services for equipment installed on board Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) vessels, reducing maintenance costs and increasing uptime.
After traveling 14,810 km, CCGS Louis S. St-Laurent is home! Bravo Zulu to the Commanding Officer and crew for completing another very successful trip to the Arctic.
Wärtsilä has supplied specialized propulsion solutions for three Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels (OFSVs) built for the Canadian Coast Guard at Seaspan Shipyards in Vancouver, Canada.
Major milestone for the future CCGS Capt. Jacques Cartier follows its launch, along with delivery of the first Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel, the CCGS Sir John Franklin, in June.
The Canadian Coast Guard officially named the Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel CCGS Sir John Franklin during a dedication to service ceremony held at the Institute of Ocean Sciences in Sidney, British Columbia.
As part of the Government’s recapitalization plan for the Coast Guard, Seaspan Shipyards will design and build 16 Multi-Purpose Vessels.
Thordon Bearings has received a Canadian Coast Guard contract to supply six award-winning SeaThigor shaft seals for retrofit installation to three purpose-built icebreakers.
Our Canadian waterways play a crucial role in our culture, history, and economy. Keeping these waterways safe and open for business is a priority for the Government of Canada.