Posts Categorized: Supplier News

Thales signs OFSV contract with Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards

On March 24th, Thales in Canada signed a $35M (CAD) contract with Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards (VSY), regarding the electronic systems for the construction of the Canadian Coast Guard’s (CCG) three Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels (OFSV) under the National Shipbuilding Strategy (NSS). Seaspan recently announced the start of production on the second OFSV. In the meantime, significant progress continues on the first… Read more »

OFSV Supplier Symposium Presentation

Held at Westin Bayshore April 4, 2013 – On April 4, 2013, Gerald Esau – Program Manager, Offshore Fisheries Vessels for Vancouver Shipyards made a presentation at the Supplier Symposium hosted at the Westin Bayshore in Vancouver. Gerald’s presentation included the initial NSPS Non-Combat Vessels to be built at Vancouver Shipyards, the design and procurement… Read more »

OFSV Purchase Requirements Listing

The attached is a listing of the first group of items that will be acquired by Seaspan for the Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel. Other items that are required and that are not included in the listing are: steel, steel fabrication, pipe spool fabrication, marine valves, marine pumps, insulation. Download the OFSV Purchase Requirements Listing

Supplier News

Dear Valued Suppliers, Thank you for registering on our supplier portal; we appreciate your interest in doing business with Seaspan. As we embark on this historic journey that will revitalize the shipbuilding industry on Canada’s west coast, I wanted to share with you where we are in a few key areas of this process. People… Read more »

Supplier FAQ

Seaspan – Vancouver Shipyards Update to Suppliers Thank you for visiting our supplier self-registration page. If you have not already done so, we encourage you to register as a potential supplier to Seaspan by clicking here. We appreciate that more than 1200 organizations (and counting!) have expressed interest in doing business with Seaspan as part… Read more »