Ezra’s TRIYARDS Bags USD 77 Mln Contract (Singapore)

Ezra’s TRIYARDS Bags USD 77 Mln Contract (Singapore)

TRIYARDS the fabrication arm of Ezra Holdings Limited, has clinched a new US$77 million order for a specialised offshore unit, strengthening its position in the Southeast Asian offshore engineering and fabrication market.

The contract also adds to TRIYARDS’ fast growing order book. Jobs in hand include two self elevating, mobile offshore units and the Lewek Constellation – an ice-class, deepwater multi-lay vessel with heavylift capability – which is among the most advanced construction and pipelay vessels globally in its class.

Since the company began operations in 2005, TRIYARDS has been focusing on the construction of technologically advanced, high-specification, customised offshore support vessels that are larger and more sophisticated in terms of engine capacity, bollard pull and navigational equipment.

The ability to secure and deliver this string of contracts attests to its engineering capabilities as well as its foresight in capturing a growing share of the market in Southeast Asia.

Mr Andrew Mak, the Chief Operating Officer of TRIYARDS, said: “The progress we have made adds to our track record of delivering innovative engineering solutions and quality work while adhering to strict safety standards at TRIYARDS.”

Subsea World News Staff , July 13, 2012; Image: Emas

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