Grandweld Wins Contract for Salvage Tugs

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Grandweld, a United Arab Emirates-based shipbuilding, ship repair and conversion specialist, has secured a major contract worth $128m for the construction of three new Salvage Tugs for Sogeport-GICEP of Algeria. Grandweld is a division of GMMOS Group, a provider of marine services to the offshore oil & gas industry backed by Abraaj Capital and Waha Capital.

"This contract for three 58m Salvage Tugs is yet another achievement for Grandweld and has helped us maintain a strong and healthy order book into 2012,"said Jamal Abki, General Manager of Grandweld.

Contracts have been signed with the ports of Algiers, Arzew and Skikda for the three vessels intended for sea search-and-rescue operations in co-operation with the Algerian Coast Guard. The vessels will each be delivered during the time frame between 26 to 31 months. Powered by two 4,000kw diesel engines to achieve bollard pull of 130t, these vessels will be designed to meet unmanned machinery requirements with FIFI 2 and DP capabilities as per the requirements of the owners.

(www.gmmosgroup.com)

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