ASL Marine Wins Seven-vessel Contract

Wednesday, March 28, 2007
ASL Marine Holdings Ltd. has secured major shipbuilding contracts worth S$164 million. These contracts are for the construction of seven vessels involved in offshore oil and gas as well as port terminal operations. The seven vessels include six units of Rotor tugs secured from repeat customers in Europe as well as one unit of Heavy Lift cum Pipelay vessel secured from a customer in India. These contracts are due for delivery by 2009. The Group's shipbuilding order book stood at S$382 million as at 31 December 2006. With these new contracts, the Group's total shipbuilding order book has increased significantly by S$164 million. These new contracts are expected to keep ASL Marine busy till FY2009. Source: Rigzone
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