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The Ship Repair & Conversion Edition

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Offshore energy business powers a lot of repair and re? t business in Middle East shipyards.

At its nine-year-old shipyard, built from scratch on arid land “We are well known by U.S.-based owners sailing in the re- in Hamriyah Free Zone, Sharjah, Albwardy Damen under- gion,” Moelker said. “On the repair side, we serve U.S.-based takes repairs, conversions, and new construction. With service customers servicing both commercial as well as government- hubs in the busy bunkering port of Fujairah and its anchorage related assets. And we are currently constructing two Stan as well as Dubai Maritime City, the company offers a ? exible Tug 2308s for U.S.-based Tidewater. We also have a 260-foot one-stop-shop model. Specializing in smaller vessels, U.S. Multibuster, an easily adapted multipurpose service vessel, on clients feature regularly on its books. her way to a European owner for the renewable sector.” 26 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • January 2023

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