Asry to showcase expansion at Athens expo
Manama, June 3, 2012
Asry, a leading rig and ship repair yard, will showcase its unrivalled experience in the region plus the results of the $188 million expansion, now in its final phase, at leading shipping exhibition in Athens.
Posidonia 2012 opens tomorrow (June 4) and will run until Friday.
Posidonia, held this year at the new Metropolitan Expo Centre in the Athens International Airport complex, is a focal point for the important Greek and Mediterranean markets. A host of Asry's regular global customers will be present, as well as a wealth of potential new clients and partners.
The Asry stand, located at Stand 4.117, will feature a new state-of-the-art design to reflect the yard's international reputation, and senior management will be present for the duration of the event.
During 2011 Asry repaired eight vessels from the Greek market, including three VLCCs. The vessels were: Energy Centaur - 74,995dwt tanker owned by Enterprise Shipping & Trading; Free Hero, the 24,318dwt bulk carrier owned by Free Bulkers SA; Adventure, the 41,035dwt tanker owned by Sea World Management and Trading; Argosy, the 41,035dwt tanker owned by Sea World Management and Trading; Lucky Carrier, the 18,002dwt bulk carrier owned by Seabulk Shipping SA; Olympic Legacy, the 302,789dwt tanker owned by Springfield Shipping Co Panama SA; Olympic Loyalty, the 303,184dwt tanker owned by Springfield Shipping Company Panama SA; and Chios, the 301,824dwt tanker owned by Sun Enterprises.
Asry also repaired three vessels managed by Monaco's MARCAS-V.Ships last year. They are: Pyxis Delta, the 46,616dwt chemical/oil tanker; Sichem Hawk, the 25,385dwt chemical/oil tanker; and Paula II, the 37,227dwt bulk carrier.
Spanish operator Tyco Marine SA repaired the 1,563dwt cable repair ship VaradaTeneo (now renamed CS Teneo), while Turkish owner STFA Marine Construction Company drydocked the two large barges Kocayusuf II and the Kurtdereli.
During the first quarter of 2012 Asry has repaired the following vessels from the Mediterranean market: Bourbon Thera, the 1,500dwt AHT/OSV owned by France's Bourbon Offshore; Jade Skym, the 30,056dwt bulk carrier owned by Monaco-based Tarponship SAM; and Rosalia D'Amato, the 74,716dwt bulk carrier owned by Italy's Perseveranza di Navigazione. – TradeArabia News Service
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