Welcome to Scanvi-Interyards AS

We represent international suppliers of marine equipment to the Norwegian Maritime Industry

Our Suppliers

We represent leading manufacturers of Air Compressors, Deck Machinery, Diesel Engine Maintenance systems, Performance Systems and Ballast Water Treatment Systems

About Scanvi-Interyards

Scanvi-Interyards AS is a Norwegian company based in Oslo, operating in the Norwegian market originally since 1949. We are the Norwegian representative for international suppliers of marine equipment into the Norwegian Maritime Industry. We represent leading manufacturers of Air Compressors, Deck Machinery, Diesel Engine Maintenance systems, Performance System and Ballast Water Treatment Systems. Our principals have high engineering, design, and technology competence, and we are an official part of their worldwide sales- and aftersales network.

Thank you!

Nor-Shipping 2023 has wrapped up, and we want to say a big thank you to everyone who visited our booth! We had a great time meeting all of you and discussing our solutions. We’re grateful for the opportunity to be a part of such a vibrant event. It was fantastic to see so many professionals…

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Latest News

Scanvi-Interyards Partners with CLIIN Robotics

We’re excited to share our new partnership with CLIIN Robotics. This partnership fortifies our commitment to efficiency, sustainability, and cutting-edge solutions in ship maintenance. CLIIN Robotics introduces a revolutionary solution with its Cargo Hold Robot, redefining maritime cleaning. This cutting-edge robot streamlines the cleaning process by replacing traditional methods with a single, chemical-free freshwater step….

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Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi system receives DNV and RINA Type Approval

We are pleased to announce the Type Approval of Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi system by DNV and RINA. Chris-Marine’s ShaPoLi solution is compliant with the IMO MEPC.335(76) and the IACS Rec. 172. Guidelines. As the new EEXI regulation will impact shipowners worldwide within a short timeframe, the ShaPoLi system independent from the engine automation is an important…

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