Kvichak Marine Industries and Vigor Industrial Announce Merger
Kvichak Marine Industries and Vigor Industrial are merging to unite their strengths in the design and fabrication of aluminum workboats, shipbuilding, and boat building. The merger positions combined company to play a dominant role in recapitalization of North Pacific fishing fleet and emerging Arctic oil gas operations.
Kvichak Marine Industries and Vigor Industrial today announced the companies are merging to unite their strengths in the design and fabrication of aluminum workboats, shipbuilding, and boat building. Read More »
On March 3, Vigor will begin a new era in cruise ship repair on Swan Island with the arrival of the 2,300 passenger Norwegian Star, owned by Norwegian Cruise Line. Recently, Dave Byers, vice president of ship repair in Portland, discussed the project with Marine Log. Read More »
Vigor Alaska is building two Day Boat Alaska Class Ferries for the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS), which marks the first time that ferries for the state of Alaska are being built in Alaska. The ferries were featured in an article in the January 2015 issue of MarineNews. Read More »
The drydocking of the SS Algol on Monday marked a new chapter in Portland’s resurging maritime industry. This is the first vessel to be loaded onto Vigor’s new 960-foot drydock, the Vigorous – the largest floating drydock in North America. Read More »
CLACKAMAS, Ore. (Oct. 17, 2014) - Oregon Iron Works, a Vigor Industrial Company, announced that it has been chosen as a steel fabrication company for the Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco. Read More »