A&P Aberdeen Lands Premiere Deal

Thursday, July 13, 2000
Shiprepair and conversion specialist A&P Aberdeen has successfully completed the first contract at its newly opened Aberdeen workshop for Coflexip Stena Offshore.

A&P worked on Coflexip's construction vessels CSO Orelia and CSO Alliance, which required equipment to be fabricated and delivered within a short timeframe. A&P's new facility, which opened its doors the beginning of June, was able to comply with these deadlines via a mobile workforce to fabricate the items; seafastening frames for CSO Orelia, delivered to Aberdeen and two lifting beams for CSO Alliance, delivered to Immingham.

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