For Damen, this marks the successful conclusion of a coordinated construction and delivery contract involving three shipyards in the Netherlands, China and the United Arab Emirates.
With this move, Albwardy Damen anticipates an increase in operations and is optimistic of opportunities to foster strong relations with new clients says Lars Seistrup, managing director, Albwardy Damen.
The newly delivered FCS 2610 vessels will undertake work in the ADMA oil field in Abu Dhabi, providing logistics services and safe crew transfer, as part of a 5-yeard contract awarded to ADNOC LS and ADNOC Offshore.
The ASD Tugs 2411 will bring additional vessel handling capabilities to the group with their excellent pulling power of 70 tonnes, and proven reliability and manoeuvrability.
The new SOHAR operations represents the fourth location of operations in the Middle East, adding to Albwardy Damen’s Afloat Repairs Division comprehensive workshop facilities in Dubai, Sharjah, and Fujairah.
The ASD Tug 2913's 80 tonnes of bollard pull will be utilised in the handling of Capesize vessels at the port.
Albwardy Damen in Sharjah has delivered the world’s biggest Rotortug, the ART 100-46 RT Raven to Perth-based KT Maritime Services Australia.
Damen Shipyards Group has delivered its first vessels to Marine Core & Charter LLC (MC2), a marine services company supporting the offshore energy sector in the Arabian Gulf.
Damen Shipyards Galati launched a Fishery Research Vessel (FRV) 7417 for the Angolan Ministry of Fisheries.
Saudi Arabia-based Murjan Al-Sharq Marine Services has taken delivery of a Multi Cat 1908 from Damen Shipyards Group for sand mining and maintenance dredging activities.
Keel-laying ceremony held at Damen Shipyards Sharjah for RAK Ports ASD Tug 2913.
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