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37 New Projects in Dubai
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37 New Projects in Dubai

Drydocks World, an international service provider to the shipping, offshore, oil, gas and energy sectors handled 37 projects simultaneously in the Dubai yard, exceeding the previous record of 35 vessels, TradeArabia reported. Since January, Drydocks World has increased the rate of vessel completion with 33% more vessels leaving the yard in March. Drydocks World had a workforce of approximately 9,000 attending to these 37 projects and during this period dry-docked 8 vessels all in dock 2, which took remarkable skill, planning and manoeuvring. Drydocks World serviced dredgers, rigs, gas carriers, tankers and container ships as part of the 37 projects in the yard and set this record alongside clients such as Chevron Shipping co, Technip, Saudi Aramco, Shelf Drilling, Saipem, the National Drilling Company, Excelerate Energy and Aban Offshore.

 

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