Drydocks World Dubai Wins SMEISA Award

Monday, October 26, 2009
Photo courtesy Dubai World Media

Drydocks World - Dubai, the flagship ship repair, conversion and new building yard of Drydocks World has won the Ship Repair/Shipyard Award for the third time in a row at the 7th Seatrade Middle East and Indian Subcontinent Awards (SMEISA) 2009.

The award was presented to Nawal Saigal, Managing Director, Drydocks World - Dubai, by Christopher Hayman, Chairman, Seatrade, at a gala ceremony in Dubai.

Drydocks World – Dubai has been investing in state-of-the-art technology and training with the aim of providing high-quality services to the global shipping industry. Despite the challenging economic conditions, it has been business as usual at the docks, which handled more than 350 vessels of varying types and sizes over the past year.

(www.drydocks.gov.ae)

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