InterMoor Opens New Mooring Equipment Yard

Press Release
Monday, December 10, 2012

InterMoor, an Acteon company, has opened its new mooring equipment yard at Loyang offshore supply base in Singapore.


The new facility provides mooring equipment storage and an ideal support location for maintenance, preparation and mobilization.

Allowing easier access, this purpose-built yard will meet customers’ needs better and will provide a safer working environment for InterMoor staff. It will play a pivotal role in the company’s development plans for South East Asia particularly in support of deepwater and permanent mooring operations.

At 2300 m2, the new yard offers a much more efficient and cost-effective base in which to service mooring equipment. In addition to providing a full range of mooring equipment and spooling services, the new yard has a better layout and benefits from having a covered storage area.

“The logistics requirements for the recently completed and highly successful Lufeng permanent mooring project convinced us to establish the new base,” said Martin Kobiela, InterMoor Pte Ltd operations director. “This, we believe, will greatly enhance the support we can offer clients in the rapidly developing South East Asia market.”

InterMoor is part of Acteon’s foundations and moorings business.

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