With an investment of almost $40 mn, Jan De Nul has in Argentina the most ecological dredger in the world

Jan De Nul, is a family company of Belgian origin, the leader in maritime and port infrastructure works. It has an annual turnover of $3 billion and more than 7000 employees worldwide. It has been operating in Argentina for 25 years and has 500 professionals. With an investment of almost 40 million dollars, its dredger “Afonso de Albuquerque” built one year ago in China is the first vessel in the planet that has a gas filtering system that achieves a certified reduction of 99% of the residual particles of the combustion.

Source: Ámbito