The week beginning June 18th saw four large, 3,700 m3 dwt hopper barges, built between 2005 and 2012 and owned by Belgium’s Jan de Nul, undergoing repair simultaneously at Denmark’s FAYARD in Munkebo - L’Agile, Marquis de Prie, Boussole and L’Etoile.
Dormac offers marine engineering services in all major port centres in South Africa. With very strong and dynamic management intuitive and with the optimum utilization of its great facilities, Dormac has rapidly developed its core business of ship repair into what is widely acknowledged today as the leading ship repair company in Africa.
Last year (2017) saw a healthy business trend for Dubai’s NICO International. The company has enjoyed significant success, buoyed by continued support from key clients such as Maersk Line, CMA CGM, US Navy, Anglo Eastern Ship Management, MOL Tankship, UAE Coast Guard, Drydocks World, Zakher Marine, Zamil Offshore, Emirates Steel Industries, DUGAS, and GE etc. among many others.
As part of the cruise industry’s focus on the environment, a vessel operating in the South Pacific developed a minor problem with both of its shaft seals.
Reinforcing its position as one of the world’s leading specialists in the repair and maintenance of LNG tankers, Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard was recently repairing two such vessels – NYK LNG’s 2013-built 177,000 m3 Grace Dahlia and Nigeria LNG’s 2003-built 141,000 m3 LNG Bayelsa.
Norway’s KONGSBERG has received an order to deliver unique ‘Full Picture’ technology upgrades for a further three PSVs owned by Mantenimiento Express Marítimo SAPI de CV (MEXMAR), SEACOR Marine’s joint venture in Mexico.