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Orange Marine, a committed company

On 05-01-2022
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Orange Marine specializes in submarine telecommunications from the initial design and engineering, to the installation of intercontinental or regional links, and maintenance of existing cables. 

Environmental protection always in mind

 Orange Marine actively contributes to the development of a high-quality global network. As proof of this involvement, 75% of the Orange Marine fleet is electrically connected to the shore-based grid during stand-by and therefore produces no direct CO2 emissions. Since 2020, our ships docked in La Seyne-sur-Mer, France, only use green energy following the installation of solar panels. 
Orange Marine’s sustainable development approach is a reality: integrated QSE (Quality Safety Environment) management system, use of electricity from renewable sources, elimination of disposable dishes, low-sulphur fuels for its entire fleet. We have a duty to you, our customers. But we must also be exemplary in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility.

A new eco-friendly eco-ship

 Our DNA prompts us to limit emissions and harmful aspects of our activities, both maritime and terrestrial. It also encourages us to integrate energy savings by adapting the speed of our vessels. With this new vessel, we are at the forefront of the most efficient technologies with the latest state-of-the-art equipment. In particular, the ship is designed to reduce fuel consumption, 25% lower than average existing cable ships, using a hybrid energy management system. Additionally, its ability to connect to the onshore power supply reduces carbon emissions when berthed.  

Orange Marine is one of the most experienced companies in this field and represents 15% of the world fleet of cable-layers. So far it has installed more than 230,000 kilometers of fiber optic submarine cables in all the oceans. With 7 ships in operation, Orange Marine boasts over 100 years of experience in this specific industry. 

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