EMSA to Launch Tender for Stand-by Oil Spill Recovery Vessels

Friday, May 23, 2008

The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has launched, in addition to the earlier announced tender for the Black and North Sea areas, a second procurement procedure to conclude contracts for stand-by oil spill recovery vessels along the Atlantic European coastal area (from Porto, Portugal to and including Brest, France). The 2008 second tender will establish 3 year renewable contracts with commercial shipowners and/or operators and/or spill response organisations and/or manufacturers. The related “Contract Notice”, published on 20th May in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU), has the associated “Invitation to Apply” deadline of 27th June.

Source: EMSA

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