Better Operational News from Fugro

By George Backwell
Thursday, July 24, 2014
'Fugro Saltire': Photo courtesy of the owners

Fugro says that (an as yet unidentified vessel) recently affected by a fire is back in operation. The total time out of operation amounted to seven weeks.

Secondly, the company also confirmed that a divers strike in Brazil has reached a negotiated settlement and the divers have returned to work aboard all three of the company's diving vessels. The strike lasted for five weeks.

About the company

Fugro acquires and interprets Earth and engineering data to support the design, construction, installation, repair and maintenance of infrastructure.

The company works predominantly in energy and infrastructure markets offshore and onshore, employing approximately 12,500 employees in over sixty countries. Fugro is listed on NYSE Euronext Amsterdam and is included in the AEX-Index.

 

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