Bisso Lufesa Gets Formal Introduction

Monday, June 22, 2009

Bisso Lufesa Contratistas Maritimos S.R.L. was formally introduced at a special reception as a full-service marine contractor providing services to the maritime, shipping and offshore energy industries.

Held at the Swissotel Lima, the gala featured more than 400 guests, including representatives of the maritime and oil and gas industries, government officials and naval authorities.

Headquartered in Lima, Bisso Lufesa combines the expertise, resources and experience of Bisso Marine, founded in 1890, and Lufesa Divers, founded in 1992. The company has been operating in Peru for approximately one year.

Lufesa Divers is an ISO 9001 certified and class-approved commercial diving and emergency response company widely recognized as a market leader.

(www.bissolufesa.com)

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