ECO Orders 150-ton Offshore Crane

Monday, May 19, 2008

The three cranes are identical and belong to MacGREGOR’s well-known HMC 3568 series, with a 150-tonne single-line winch capable of working in depths down to 3,000m. The advanced Hydramarine AHC system gives the vessel an increased weather window for offshore operation.

Louisiana-based Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO) owns and operates a growing fleet of new generation offshore service vessels supporting the majority of the US Gulf deepwater market, as well as a large independently owned fleet of research vessels. ECO's ability to design, build, own and operate, combined with a corporate philosophy to provide customers with the right vessel at a competitive price, has proven to be very successful.

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