TRIYARDS Get US$77-million Order for Offshore Unit

Press Release
Friday, July 13, 2012

TRIYARDS, the fabrication arm of Ezra Holdings, contracted to builid a specialized offshore unit (detail not disclosed)

Since the company began operations in 2005, TRIYARDS has been focusing on the construction of technologically advanced, high-specification, customised offshore support vessels that are larger and more sophisticated in terms of engine capacity, bollard pull and navigational equipment.

The company operates out of its two yards in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City (TRIYARDS SSY) and Vung Tau (TRIYARDS SOFEL), as well as another in Houston, Texas, USA (TRIYARDS Houston).

TRIYARDS Houston fabricates offshore equipment including cranes, A-frames and winches, which can be installed on the units and vessels built in the Vietnam yards.

TRIYARDS SOFEL, the vessel construction yard, was established along Vietnam’s Dinh River at Dong Xuyen Industrial Park in 2009.

TRIYARDS SSY, on the other hand, is involved mainly in carrying out medium to heavy steel fabrication work as well as providing equipment manufacturing services to a wide range of industries.

Mr Andrew Mak, the Chief Operating Officer of TRIYARDS, said: “We remain dedicated to excellence and will work to become one of the leading fabrication yards in Southeast Asia with a growing reputation in the provision of customised engineering solutions for the oil & gas sector.”

 

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