Aker Yards Lifecycle Services Expands

Monday, October 15, 2007
Aker Yards and Estonian Shiprepair and Conversion group SRC Group OÜ have concluded an agreement combining Aker Yards Lifecycle Services's & SRC Group's strenghts to start offering the premium Voyage Repair Service for shipping companies operating in the North Baltic Sea Area. According to the agreement signed the two companies will be working as a partnership offering premium voyage repair service for shipping companies operating from and to Finland, including summer time visiting cruise vessels in the Baltic Sea Area. The parties have agreed that Voyage repair service is quoted and managed by Aker Yards Lifecycle Services (AY-LCS) with the managers and workers of SRC Group OÜ . AY-LCS & SRC Group OÜ are supplying project managed skilled squads of men trained and experienced and in the relevant specific disciplines to enable all projects to be executed, on time, on budget and safety to highest possible standard. SRC Group OÜ is one of the leading and fastest growing ship repair and ship conversion companies in Estonia established in 2001. SRC Group's core competences are piping, steel and mechanical works. However their long experience of main contracting and strong network of partners enables them to carry out projects of wide variety of required services and capacity.
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