Entries by Newthex

Newthex at CNR Eurasia Boat Show

Will we meet in Instanbul? You can visit Newthex at the CNR Eurasia Boat Show. Newthex’s mr. Jan de Rover is available for all your questions. The 12th CNR Eurasia Boat Show will take place at CNR EXPO and hosts more than 1,000 brands. Small, medium and mega class boats, yachts, motor boats and sailboats […]

Newthex starts production of 26 elevator doors

For two marine vessels Newthex is producing a total of 26 elevator doors. The cargo elevators will operate between 6 decks, and the upper deck has a top hatch. The first set of 5 doors are now ready for our Factory Acceptance Test.   Photos : Production first 5 elevator doors for Navy  

Meet Newthex at Metstrade 2017

Will we meet in RAI Amsterdam? Metstrade 2017 is about to start. Newthex’s team is available for all your questions at the SuperYacht Pavilion: 10.418. Metstrade in Amsterdam is the world’s biggest and most visited B2B leisure marine equipment show, which has been bringing the marine industry together for decades. This global business platform and […]

Newthex delivers doors to biggest carbon fibre sloop sailboat

The Pink Gin VI left Finland earlier this month. It’s the worlds biggest carbon fibre sloop sailboat measuring 175 feet. Newthex is proud to have delivered to Baltic Yachts the watertight sliding doors and hinged doors for this beautiful yacht. We wish the Pink Gin VI all the best and fair winds   Video: Pink Gin VI

Newthex delivers Ro-Ro Ramps for Indian Navy

For 8 Landing Craft Vessels of the Indian Navy, Newthex delivered the main components. Also Newthex was responsible for the engineering of the Ro-Ro ramps. Eight training exercises have been given by Newthex so each crew is fully trained in operating the Ro-Ro ramps.  

Last Hull door of 2016 delivered by boat

What is the fastest and safest way to transport a 7,5 x 6,6 x 3 mtr Transom door to a Superyacht builder in Germany? This week we delivered our last hull door of 2016 by boat. FAT of many more to follow after New Year!   Photos: Hull ready for transport