Designing the pusher tug of the future


Logistics subsidiary, thyssenkrupp Veerhaven is planning the pusher tug of the future to help rid inland waterways of fossil fuel pollutants

Part of thyssenkrupp Steel Europe, the company has commissioned C-Job Naval Architects and Kooiman Marine Group to draw up designs for a methanol-fuelled pusher tug to replace the existing seven in thyssenkrupp Veerhaven’s fleet.

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