Royal Haskoning Buys First Marine

Monday, March 03, 2008
Royal Haskoning acquired First Marine International to develop and expand its services towards the upper end of the supply chain. First Marine International has worked alongside Royal Haskoning on numerous projects over the past 10 years. First Marine International is an independent specialist consultancy providing high level expert advice within the shipbuilding and ship repair sectors. The company currently has a team of 12 experienced consultants working on projects around the world including Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas. Royal Haskoning is a consultants within the maritime sector and is active in delivering design, procurement and construction supervision services for shipyard infrastructure. The acquisition of First Marine International will bring new expertise to Royal Haskoning’s already comprehensive service portfolio and will allow Royal Haskoning to provide high level expert advice within the shipbuilding and ship repair sectors. This advice includes marine industry studies, market studies, shipyard concept layout development and master planning, technology and performance benchmarking, and development, implementation and management of shipyard performance improvement programs.
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