Singapore's Kreuz Holdings Wins Sub-sea Contract

Press Release
Friday, July 27, 2012

 Kreuz Holdings Ltd. wins US$13 million contract from major offshore oil & gas company for installation services in SE Asia

The work is scheduled to commence in the third quarter of 2012 for a duration of approximately three months, with option for further extension.

Mr Kurush Contractor, Executive Director and CEO of Kreuz, said: “We are pleased to win this third-party Southeast Asian project with our recently acquired construction class diving support vessel. The win attests to our strong capabilities and proven track record in the subsea industry."

Kreuz Holdings is a subsea solutions provider for the oil and gas industry. The Group’s origin can be traced to July 2008 with the establishment of Kreuz Subsea Pte. Ltd. as the subsea services division of the Swiber Group. The Group provides quality performance and cost effective subsea solutions, through main contractors, to end-customers who are generally major oil and gas companies.

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