ALMACO's Food Handling Solutions on Genting Dream Delivered


ALMACO is proud to announce the delivery of the comprehensive Food Handling Solutions onboard Genting Dream.

ALMACO’s scope of work for the new ships included design, supply and installation of all catering-related equipment in the Galleys, Bars, Buffets, Pantries, Provision Stores and Refrigeration Machinery.

Additionally, ALMACO’s delivery included the latest energy-saving and monitoring technology through ICM, or Integrated Catering Management system. This system incorporates the galley energy savings from GEM 2.0, the control and monitoring capabilities for refrigerated equipment from REM, as well as data retrieval from ovens and dishwashers to allow for comprehensive management of all aspects related to the food handling areas.

More details on this project here.


For more information, please contact:

Björn Stenwall 
President, Marine Division

Ana Albert  
Vice President, PR & Marketing




ALMACO Group was founded in 1998 and has offices in Brazil, China, Finland, France, Italy, Singapore and USA. ALMACO builds and modernizes Accommodation and Food Handling areas for the Marine, Offshore and Construction industries. ALMACO works with owners and builders around the world.

Genting Hong Kong was incorporated in September 1993 operating its fleet under Star Cruises, to take on a bold initiative to grow the Asia-Pacific region as an international cruise destination. Star Cruises has built its reputation on offering first-rate Asian hospitality servicing an international clientele and travelling to various ports of call throughout the region. Newly acquired Crystal Cruises is the world’s leading luxury cruise provider, having earned more “World’s Best” awards than any other cruise line, hotel, or resort in history. Genting Hong Kong also has a certain equity stake in Norwegian Cruise Line, a diversified cruise operator of global cruise lines that operates a combined fleet of 21 ships.

Meyer Werft is one of the market leaders for building cruise ships, headquartered in Papenburg, Germany. The yard has been privately held and family owned for more than 220 years. Today, MEYER WERFT has the most modern production premises in the shipbilding industry.