Dredger Builder Delivers Workboats Too

Press Release
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
Dredger Workboat: Photo credit IHC Beaver Dredgers

IHC Beaver Dredgers, known for standard cutter suction vessels, continues to deliver workboats to complement its dredgers.

For example, the company has supplied another Delta Multi Craft (DMC) 1050 to support an IHC Beaver® 1200 for its operations in Nigeria. The workboat was supplied from stock to ensure a minimum lead time and it has now formed the perfect working partnership with the dredger.

The versatile DMC 1050 will assist the dredger in its daily operations. These include pushing/pulling, buoy handling, and the ferrying of personnel and goods, such as fuel, oil and water. This model is part of a successful range of workboats that have been designed and built by IHC Beaver Dredgers to service the vessels it supplies to the dredging industry.

In recent times, IHC Beaver Dredgers has delivered more than 40 DMC workboats. The standard DMC 1050 is the smallest workboat built within the specification of the DMC range. It guarantees a proven concept with a combination of good performance and operational reliability.
 

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