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Monday, January 22, 2018

New Abu Dhabi Ship Repair Yards Operational

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

November 3, 2014

  • DRY DOCK & WET BERTHS located at ABU DHABI NEW FREEPORT
  • In the first two months of successful operations the yard has carried out afloat and dry docking jobs on more than thirty vessels
  • DRY DOCK & WET BERTHS located at ABU DHABI NEW FREEPORT DRY DOCK & WET BERTHS located at ABU DHABI NEW FREEPORT
  • In the first two months of successful operations the yard has carried out afloat and dry docking jobs on more than thirty vessels In the first two months of successful operations the yard has carried out afloat and dry docking jobs on more than thirty vessels

 

Nico International informed that the new dry-docking and repair facility in Abu Dhabi Port Company’s Freeport has completed the first two months of successful operations and has carried out afloat and dry docking jobs on more than thirty vessels.

The Dock is able to accommodate vessels up to 2,000 tons and 80m LOA while wet berth space is available up to 400m. This facility confirms Nico International’s strong reputation in the region as a professional service provider to the marine sector.

In addition to that, the Ship Repair Unit also operates a large facility in Abu Dhabi Industrial Area with the capability of Docking Barges up to 130m LOA and managing major conversions jobs.

Nico International is a premier marine and industrial engineering company which has been operating in the Arabian Gulf for over 40 years. With a wealth of expertise, experience and resources, the group offers repair, maintenance, refurbishment, plant shutdown, fabrication, new building and engineering solutions to a wide customer base of marine and industrial clients.

 

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