1207, 2018

Barklav has coordinated and is hosting the first CLBU – Cargo Handling and Stability Training Course in its premises in Constanta for its Client – Klaveness Ship Management!

Between 11-13 July, Barklav Office in Constanta, Romania will host the first CleanBu Cargo Handling and Stability training, a KSM in-house course, developed by Captain Iordache, Captain Cojocaru, Captain Munteanu and Captain Martin Bergendorff.

Captain Iordache (former Chief Officer and Captain on Cabu and future […]

607, 2018
  • Klaveness – 5th Combination Carrier Declared:

  • Klaveness – Barklav is announcing that “Klaveness Combination Carriers (“KCC”) has declared an option for the construction of a combination carrier with Jiangsu New Yangzi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd in China. The delivery date is scheduled for second quarter 2020. KCC already has four sister vessels under construction at the same yard with delivery in 2018-2020. Following the declaration, the KCC fleet will grow […]

    Image Credits: Klaveness.

607, 2018

SUBSEA 7 – Celebrates Build Milestone and Announces Vessel Name

SUBSEA 7 – Barklav is announcing that “Today the keel laying ceremony for Subsea 7’s new reel-lay vessel took place at Royal IHC in Krimpen aan den IJssel (Netherlands) today, 5 July. In line with this major milestone Subsea 7 announced the vessel will be named Seven Vega, which is the winning suggestion of an employee vessel naming competition.

Stuart Fitzgerald, Executive […]

Image Credits: Subsea 7.

1405, 2018

Barklav and Norwegian Honorary Consulate, had the honor to welcome H.E. Ambassador Lise Nicoline Kleven Grevstad which visited Constanta first time after the appointment in Romania, last year.

H.E. met the Barklav’s staff, learned about our business opportunities and challenges and shared with us her optimism and trust that challenges always have a solution, as long as there is determination.
1403, 2018

Barklav proudly announcing Klaveness first vessel – MV Balsa remotely class inspection performed by DNVGL in Tacoma/USA.

Tools involved: GoPro, Lenovo Tablet, TeamViewer, One Drive and mobile phone along with most precious resources, Capt Cocos and his crew.

Once again it was proved that Klaveness is in the forefront of the digitalization – Work smarter, not harder! Congratulation!