Terragon Environmental Technologies Inc. and Marship Engineering are pleased to announce that they
have gone into contract with Zhejiang Ouhua Shipbuilding China to supply a MAGS V8 for the new build
vessel mv Happy Sun of Netherlands based BigLift Shipping (a member of the Spliethoff Group).
The decision of BigLift Shipping to opt for MAGS gasification technology reflects their leading role in
early adopting innovative technologies on their ships. BigLift adheres to the highest standards on Health,
Quality, Safety and strives for the lowest possible environmental impact of all their operations. MAGS
will support this endeavor by being the preferred technology onboard for the conversion of various
streams of non-recyclable waste such as: dry garbage, sludge oil and waste oil into energy.
“We are excited about this new contract, and see this as another signal that the marine industry is taking
serious steps towards more energy efficient and better environmentally performing technologies for the
conversion of shipboard waste into energy” states Andrew Korney, Director of Sales for Terragon. “Next
month the Pollution, Prevention and Response (PPR) group 4 shall meet in London and the gasification
topic is on the main agenda.”
About Big Lift Shipping:
BigLift Shipping, member of the Spliethoff Group, is one of the world’s leading heavy lift ship
management companies, specialized in worldwide ocean transportation of heavy lift and project
cargoes, with a history dating back to 1973. BigLift strives for innovation, excellence and operational
reliability, adhering to high QHSE standards and operating to strict time schedules. A great variety of
heavy and over-sized cargoes for long-standing clients in the oil & gas, mining and power generating
industries, is carried worldwide by a modern fleet of 15 specialized heavy lift vessels. In 2018 BigLift
expects to welcome new build mv Happy Sun in her fleet. www.bigliftshipping.com
About Terragon Environmental technologies Inc. | Marship Engineering:
Terragon is a leading environmental technology company that develops and commercializes products to
enable off-grid sustainability. The company’s vision is to enable the “zero-waste discharge” habitat,
whereby all waste streams are used to generate valuable resources for the site that is creating the
More information can be found on Terragon’s website – www.terragon.net
Rotterdam based Marship Engineering is responsible for the introduction and shipboard integration of
MAGS V8 technology within the marine industry for NW-Europe : www.marshipengineering.com.
EU Contact info for marine & offshore: Mr. Jan van Overloop – Call: + 31 (0) 6 24 909599.