Murray Fenton India Scales Another Height

Posted by Michelle Howard
Friday, July 11, 2014
Photo courtesy of Murray Fenton India

Murray Fenton India, the Technical Services division of Bibby Ship Management (India) Pvt. Ltd, has been appointed by a consortium of banks as “Lenders Independent Engineers” for the ABG Shipyard Project.

This project will require the Murray Fenton India team to monitor the construction of vessels, ship lift projects and expenditure at the ABG shipyards - Magdalla and Dahej - as well as oversee financial disbursements to the yard.

Bibby Ship Management has mobilized a team of experts, including naval architects, ship yard specialists and procurement personnel to work on the contract.

Capt. Purnendu Shorey (Head of Technical Services) said, “We wish to establish ourselves as experts in this field and provide such services to financial institutions and ship yards in the near future.” Capt Kapil Dev Bahl, Director, added, “It is a very commendable achievement and very satisfying to see the young team taking the company ahead.”

Prakash Agarwal, Managing Director, said he was confident that Capt Kapil Dev Bahl and his team would deliver the desired level of service to the clients. “It is the beginning of new chapter in Bibby’s 207 year old history,” he said. “This contract will take Bibby Ship Management India into a new league. It is a significant achievement indeed.”

 

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