The London Cruise Ship Interiors Expo and the Hamburg SMM trade fair are among the leading international events in the naval and the cruise ship industry.
First times are always fast-paced and exciting; this is why our team at Naval Interior is exalted to be part of this great “first time” with the Viking in the Expedition sector. ll constitute the new fleet of this great Swiss company.
Italy is the world leader in megayacht building, a field that, together with the cruise ship industry, we know very well. We carry out the necessary craftsmanship for luxurious naval interior in an innovative way.
Mock-ups for the new ambitious project launched by Norwegian Cruise Line have been presented. We are involved in the realization of two more charming structures: the Spa Area and the Gym. Our artisan know-how and 4.0 competencies are fully in service of Fincantieri.
Elegance, style and attention to details lose most of their value when the installation and fitting are realized without taking care of the planning and manufacturing stages. This is true for the design sector in general but especially for naval design.
The public health emergency caused by the spread of Covid-19 continues to have a huge impact on the whole cruise sector. We continue to work behind the scenes because mid- and long-term big projects do not stop and all the actors on the naval industry stage proceed to project and undertake new and even more modern outfitting for cruise ships and yachts.
One of the biggest innovations and achievements of industry 4.0 is to optimise the productive processes, combining the project phases with the artisanal steps in real time and in a direct way. This innovative technology is in our laboratories and in our production lines.
Growing up means to bet on the future, to look forward and to be brave enough to dare. For Naval Interior it also means investing in improvements and efficiency. Speaking in numbers, this translates to a 2.400 m² space increase in our laboratories and workshops to a total extension of 6.100 m².
Naval Interior has never stopped. During the lockdown, our productive sites temporarily ceased their activity but we’ve always continued to follow our projects by remote working.