Drydocks World ? Southeast Asia Pte. Limited announced the deliveries of seven vessels to domestic and international owners.
Drydocks World ? Southeast Asia Pte. Limited, the Southeast Asian subsidiary of Drydocks World, on Saturday announced the deliveries of seven vessels to domestic and international owners. Drydocks World ? Nanindah yard delivered three offshore maintenance vessels for ESNAAD and two Anchor Handling Tugs, or AHT"s, for Greatship (India) Limited and Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte) Limited respectively.
The sixth vessel from Drydocks World ? Nanindah is a live stock carrier owned by Siba Ships Spa. The final vessel to be delivered in the year is another AHT built for Bumi Armada Navigation Sdn, Bhd at Drydocks World- Pertama yard.
The vessels were all from multi-ship orders and represented owners based in Abu Dhabi, India, Singapore, Malaysia and Italy.
Commenting on the deliveries, Denis Welch, Chief Executive Officer of DDW-SEA, paid tribute to his staff in Batam for their efforts in having achieved a record level of deliveries during December and thanked the customers for their repeat business.
He also highlighted the international flavour of business undertaken by DDW-SEA"s shipyards in the region which represents a challenge in promoting the company"s capabilities world-wide.
Drydocks World, a Dubai World company, is one of the most prominent names in the maritime industry. Over the past 25 years, Drydocks World has established itself as a leading, and fast growing international player in ship repair, shipbuilding, rig building,
FPSO conversion, offshore fabrication and fleet operations with facilities in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
Drydocks World ? Southeast Asia, brings together established offshore rig construction, shipbuilding, conversion, and ship repair expertise located at crossroads of the world"s busiest shipping lanes and close to major offshore oil and gas field developments. Marine activities are focused on 4 shipyards, namely, Drydocks World ? Graha / Nanindah / Pertama / Singapore, which house 29 building berths, 8 floating docks, and a specialised rig building yard. Extension plans are in place to expand operations further on Batam Island with the construction of a new yard PT Batam Maritime Centre.