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Offshore Construction Support for West Africa

  19/12/2011
Acta Marine, The Netherlands, and Almatug, UK, are expanding their partnership in West Africa by strategically relocating the multicat Coastal Assistant to this area. The vessel will be marketed and operated under joint management of the partners.
 

Coastal Assistant 

The companies have been partnering with each other for many years in the challenging West African market. The partnership gives clients access to reliable and efficient workboat services at international quality standards, combined with strong regional experience. Meanwhile the Coastal Assistant successfully completed her first assignment in the West African market, performing anchor handling work at a cable-lay project. Thereafter, the vessel commenced a charter with an oil company to provide support services for pipeline installation works.

 




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Supplier: ALMA MARINE CONT. / ALMATUG


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