Asry Staff Honored

Wednesday, August 08, 2007
Forty-eight employees from the Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Company (Asry) were honored for their services of between 10 and 30 years with the company. The ceremony took place at the company's VIP restaurant at the shipyard and was attended by chief executive Mohamed Al Khateeb, along with senior management and Asry Trade Union representatives.

Those who received recognition for 30 years of services include estimator and invoicer Mohammed Essa Shaaban, pipework section head Abdulla Hassan Ebrahim, pipe fitter Sayed Abbas S Hashem, floating crane operator Abdulla Ahmed Khalaf, mechanical supervisor Abdulla Mohamed Budhaish, security officer Khalil Ebrahim Al Mobasher, pipework supervisor Abbas Abdulla Al Tabbal and tug captain Abdul Jalil Abdul Karim Abu-Edrees. Source: Gulf Daily News

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