ASRY Repairs 4,000th Ship

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Wednesday, January 08, 2014
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Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard (ASRY), said it has recently achieved a milestone with the repair of its 4,000th ship. The vessel, the Gas Al Gurain, is an LPG Tanker owned by Kuwait Oil Tanker Company (KOTC) one of ASRY’s longest standing customers.

ASRY, established in 1977, noted that reaching the 4,000-ship mark was achieved in part thanks to some of the world most prestigious fleets, including KOTC, Maersk, UASC, Odfjell MidEast and many more.

ASRY also highlighted some notable repairs performed recently, listed below:


AL FARAHIDI, Container Ship, United Arab Shipping Co., UAE

Installation of a new Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) system, exhaust gas economizer which utilizes the heat energy from diesel generators.

ZAMIL 63, Tug Boat, Zamil Offshore Services, KSA

The complete conversion from Anchor Handling/Supply Vessel to a dynamically positioned Diving Support Vessel (DP-II DSV).

GAS AL GURAIN, LPG Tanker, Kuwait Oil Tanker Co. Kuwait

Extensive scope of work for this 50,000 DWT Tanker including hull & ballast tank treatment, main engine overhaul, and propeller shaft refit.

BOW FIRDA, Chemical Carrier, Odfjell Management, USA

A new Mewis duct was fitted (in only six days!) to reduce the fuel consumption of the ship by up to 8% per annum.

PROGRESS, LPG Tanker, Transpetrol TM AS, Norway

Installation of a new Waste Heat Recovery (WHR) system, exhaust gas economizer which utilizes the heat energy from diesel generators.

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