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JorLe Industrial, part of TH COMPANY, has been awarded the contract to equip a new purse seiner for Peruvian company Inversiones Moreda SAC. The vessel is being built at the Construcciones Maggiolo shipyard in Callao. It is to have a length of 40 m, a beam of almost 8 m and a tank capacity of 200 m3.
TH COMPANY will design and develop the hydraulic system for the whole fishing gear, including the control console. This will enable the deck equipment to be managed more efficiently and will maximize the efficiency of the hydraulic system.
This is a traditional vessel with one main boom, so fewer deck machinery will be installed than on other types of purse seiner. Specifically, the company will implement the following deck equipment on the vessel: one WG-550 gypsy winch, one TH-67D net separator winch and a TH A-5150 anchor winch. Pullmaster auxiliary winches will be installed on vessel's boom. To ensure faster, more direct net maneuvering, the purse seiner will include a PB-42 power block.
This new contract strengthens TH COMPANY's position in the American market as a leading supplier of deck equipment and hydraulic systems for the fishing industry. The company has consolidated its position thanks to major efforts in opening new offices in Mexico, Ecuador and Peru, enabling it to offer "glocal" service. In Peru JorLe Industrial supports customers with 24/7 will service 365 days a year, with a highly experienced workforce and offices in regions around the country.
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