‘Collaborations in between TDoS and HotLab will infuse the DNA of non-public luxurious yacht style and design into cruise ships, thus facilitating the design of super high-class and effective cruise ships,’ stated Madelene Corridor, CEO, Tillberg Design and style of Sweden. ‘At the exact time, our yacht brand will reward from the commercial understanding that we have from many years of experience in the cruise ship section.’
HotLab joins TDoS and Italian design and naval architecture organization Thalia Marine beneath the Viken Group umbrella. It will manage its workplace and staff members in Milan, Italy with enterprise founders Enrico Lumini and Antonio Romano remaining at the helm.
Stefan Nilsson, CEO, Viken Group, claimed with ‘TDoS’ expertise in thorough cruise ship and substantial yacht design and style, and Thalia Marine’s technical brilliance,’ HotLab supports Viken in ‘realizing our eyesight to be far better jointly for our staff and our clients, when striving for our total target of a better tomorrow.’
‘The acquisition will see TDoS sustain its aim on cruise ships and massive yachts whilst continuing to hone its expertise in huge ship back again-of-household operations…’ included TDoS’ Yacht Designer Daniel Nerhagen. ‘We are effectively versed in the structure and management of massive tasks and routinely coordinate with a assortment of authorities in various regions, from lights to naval architecture, to make sure the most effective attainable product or service for the end customers.
‘Viken Group’s strategic coordination enables TDoS to continue our exploration and enlargement of sustainable design and style in the simplistic and organic solution that is inherent to our Scandinavian structure heritage.’