Nass Delivers Cargo Barge

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Monday, April 29, 2013
Photo: Nass Marine

Nass Marine Services, a marine division of the Nass Group, handed over a competed project that involved the fabrication of a new deck cargo barge to Ocean Diving & Marine Services that is owned and operated by Mr. Samir Engineer in the Kingdom.

The vessel, Ocean 8 was fabricated to include a new deck cargo barge with a depth of 1.83 mts, gross tonnage of 217 RT and net tonnage of 65 RT.

Ocean Diving & Marine Services is a company that specializes in an array of marine construction works-Construction of jetties and slipway, piling works, dredging and marine excavation works, marine trenching and cable laying works, diving and underwater mechanical works, hiring of equipments and manpower- crane barges, spud barges, tug boats, speed boats, dredging equipments, piling equipments, diving team, licensed speed boat captain and more.

www.nassgroup.com

 

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