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Offshore Vessels Enhance Saudi's MMG Capability

April 6, 2012

Mohammad Al-Mojil Group (MMG) announce delivery of 3 more OSV's for its Aramco marine support services

Mohammad Al-Mojil Group (MMG) have announced the delivery of three state-of-the-art vessels for its fleet in the Marine Services Department, according to a Saudi Gazette news item.

Of the three vessels, two have a length of 54 meters. The third one is a crew vessel which has operational capabilities and a capacity for up to 70 passengers.

All the three vessels are now operational and provide marine support services to Saudi Aramco’s floating oil and gas platforms under the five-year contract MMG  signed with the oil company in December 2011.

MMG President and CEO Ebrahim Zadeh said addition of these three vessels in the fleet is a major step forward in executing MMG plans to enhance its marine operations by upgrading its fleet in order to meet the expected increase in demand in the shipping and marine sector.

Zadeh reiterated MMG’s commitment to continuously improve its marine services in order to exceed the demands of clients with better quality and high safety standards.

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