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When operational, the Duqm will rival Drydock World Dubai and Bahraina€™s Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard.
Dubai is well known for its record-breaking construction projects, and completion of the world's largest turret is Drydocks World's contribution towards the continuation of recording-breaking projects in Dubai.
Drydocks World underwent a detailed, quantified and objective evaluation of its occupational health and safety management system as the external audits of the British Safety Council have proven without a doubt the company's operational excellence by scoring more than 96 per cent, which makes it one of the distinguished few companies around the world.
Soon, with two large drydocks in our shipyard, well enhance the San Diego industrial bases ability to repair warships in their homeport, providing the key maintenance and modernization work needed for the ships continued service to our nation and the stability for the ships crews.
I am sure the [captain] wants to go home and we are doing are best to get people to leave at the right time, but it is a situation where you have to allow the vessel to go to the drydocks," he said.
Drydocks World will be responsible for detail design of certain specified works, bulk procurement and construction including Super Duplex piping work and TLER / TLIR module.
Drydocks World's chief operating officer, Mohammad Rizal, said: "Drydocks World has a strong track record in delivering Turret Mooring Systems with an excellent safety and quality record.
Building on Drydocks World's excellent track record of 32 conversions and six turrets, the yard will now undertake a repair, life extension and upgrade project on Floating Production Storage & Offloading (FPSO) vessel Aoka Mizu, which will be deployed in the Lancaster Field West of the Shetlands after completion.
Drydocks Worlds signature strategy of ZERO HARM to the people and environment was established under a strong framework, where leadership and compliance are the main criteria supported by the pillars of risk management, competency, awareness, employee engagement and management systems.
The agreement was signed by Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, chairman of Etihad Esco, and Abdulrahman Al Saleh, chairman of Drydocks World.
Drydocks World, a provider of maritime and offshore services to the shipping, oil, gas and energy sectors, serviced a record 40 vessels in the Dubai yard.
It added that several studies were done at the start of the project to understand the technology and its implications in Drydocks World.