IMW Secures Bintulu Port Dredging

Bintulu Port, a subsidiary of Bintulu Port Holdings, awarded recently a $5.3 million dredging contract to Integrated Marine Works (IMW).

The project calls for maintenance dredging of the Bintulu Port, Sarawak, Malaysia, over a span of four months.

In February 2013 Bintulu Port had awarded Integrated Marine Works a $104 million contract under the Samalaju Port Phase 1 capital dredging and reclamation package.

IMW in 2004 also won a 15-year concession by the government for the maintenance and dredging works on all major ports and river ports in the country.

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