HB Rentals Secures Contracts in Excess of $1.5M

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Global Offshore accommodation specialist HB Rentals announced that it has secured recent contracts worth in excess of $1.5m for modules on platforms in the North Sea. The contracts have been agreed with various companies including Petrofac, Lundin Britain, Ensco and E-ON Rurghas.

HB Rentals operates worldwide with a fleet of more than 400 A60 units containing a mix of sleeper accommodation cabins, galleys, mess rooms, recreation rooms, laundry rooms, offices, heliports, laboratories, gymnasiums and well-support cabins as well as other custom fit-outs as desired by its worldwide customer base.

HB Rentals is operates worldwide and is capable of supplying units which meet the latest American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) and International Maritime Organisation (IMO) regulations and are fully Det Norske Veritas (DNV) approved.
 

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