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Maritime Propulsion

April 17, 2012

Tugs, PSV Ordered from Singapore-based Shipbuilder

ASL Marine Holdings secures contracts worth S$132.5 million to build 4 diesel-electric hybrid tugboats and a platform supply vessel

ASL Marine Holdings Ltd., a marine group engaged in shipbuilding, ship-repair and conversion, as well as ship chartering, has secured contracts worth S$132.5 million for the construction of five vessels. The vessels comprised four 75-tonne bollard-pull Diesel Electric Hybrid Azimuth Stern Drive Tugs and one Platform Supply Vessel, scheduled for delivery between the fourth quarter of 2013 and the fourth quarter of 2014.

Separately, the Group’s ship-repair division also secured conversion and upgrading works for two drilling rigs.

ASL Marine owns and operates shipyards in Singapore, Batam (Indonesia) and Guangdong (China), providing a comprehensive range of marine engineering services spanning myriad sectors/ industries.

The Group’s 300,000 dwt graving dry dock in Batam is one of the few docks in the region capable of repairing Capesize vessels. It has a young fleet of about 186 vessels comprising barges, towing tugs, Anchor Handling Tugs, Anchor Handling Towing/ Supply vessels and other vessels for its shipchartering operation.

 

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