APT Global Marine Services recently successfully dry-docked both cutter suction dredger HAM 218 as well as water injection dredger Iguazú for the Van Oord Ship Management B.V. at DMC Dubai.
With these 2 dry-dockings completed (HAM 218 being the first large cutter suction dredger to ever dry dock within DMC), APT Global reaffirms its position as a rapidly growing player in the maritime repair market.
“Since our inception in 2003 we have developed into a recognized partner for an ever growing client base. We understand the ever changing requirements of our customers, resulting in long standing relationships and a fast growing global exposure,” APT announced.
Upon completion of the repairs, HAM 218 has set sail to join the fleet currently being mobilized for the Suez Canal expansion project.
Following the successful repairs of the above mentioned vessels, APT Global is currently undertaking dry-docking and conversion projects of several other vessels being mobilized to Suez.
Dubai based APT Global is a leading technical service provider in Marine, Dredging, Offshore, Oil & Gas, Industry and Construction with operations in the UAE, Qatar and India.
“Our operations in Dubai Maritime City, supported by our in house multidisciplinary facilities, enable us to undertake full scope dry docking repairs on vessels up to 130x35m/6000MT,” APT stated.