Bahrain

  • Seventeen representatives from ASRY's 14 ship repair agencies are shown above meeting for the first time in Bahrain. It was a truly international meeting with the 14 different agency nationalities being entertained by Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard management, which is Arab, Portuguese, and British, as well as ASRY's chairman, Bahrain's Minister of Works, Power and Water, His Excellency Majid Al-Jishi.

    The purpose of their visit was threefold: (1) To discuss the new sales package presented to them by ASRY. It is anticipated that this package will result in the booking of at least seven vessels into the ASRY drydock before the Inaugural Ceremony on December 16, 1977. (2) To see the ASRY drydock in the final stages of construction and to witness, first-hand, the first-class and upto- date shops and the equipment which has been installed in the ASRY shops. (3) To familiarize themselves with Bahrain—its climate, amenities, local customs and topography.

    ASRY's worldwide agency network consists of the following countries and their agents: Benelux— Euro Shipbuilders & Marine Agencies; Brazil — Sonave S.A.- Comercio E Industria; Denmark— Aktieselskabet Maritime Agency; France—Bigard le Grand S.A.; Germany—Wilhelm Schmidt, Ingenieur- Dock-Werftburo; Greece —N. Bogdanos Marine Bureau; Hong Kong—Island Navigation Corp.; Italy, Monte Carlo and Switzerland—Agenzia Marittima Cambiaso Risso; Japan—Nissho- Iwai Co. Limited; Norway—Henning Astrup A/S; Spain—Fernando de Azqueta Bernar; Sweden and Finland—A.B. August Leffler & Son; U.K.—Keller, Bryant & Co.; and USA—Bethlehem Steel Corp.

    The ASRY agents' agenda included a visit to the ASRY yard, a tour of Bahrain to see dhow building, hand pottery and weaving, as well as Bahrain's existing infrastructure and industrialization.

    Functions were held at the Hilton Hotel, and meetings at the ASRY offices were followed by buffet lunch and dinner at the Delmon and Gulf Hotels, respectively.

    The reaction by the agents to ASRY and Bahrain was one of amazement. One was heard to say, "I thought I was coming to a stinking hot sand pit in the middle of nowhere, only to find the Garden of Eden, a beautiful climate and a fantastic yard."

  • Survey Overseas Limited, England, has announced that the firm is now providing full marine consultancy services in the Arabian Gulf area through its Bahrain office. This service is designed to meet the requirements of clients in this area who may not have the appropriate expertise available within

  • president and marine operations manager. Promoted to vice president were C.L. Barnhill, London, area vice president, Europe and Africa ; J.H. Morris, Bahrain, area vice president, Middle East; B.G. Parker, Bahrain, vice president and operations manager, Middle East; E.D. Shepherd, Houston, area vice

  • Dr. Anthony C. Antoniou, formerly general manager of Hellenic Shipyards, Scaramanga, has joined the Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard in Bahrain, the yard recently announced. Dr. Antoniou, whose technical and managerial experience includes seven years as head of the design and drawing office at

  • Shipping, bv recently completed loading of four large offshore modules at Houston and New Orleans aboard the Dock Express 12, which is bound for Bahrain and Dubai. The vessel loaded three offshore oil field production modules, each weighing in excess of 420 tons and measuring approximately 100 feet

  • Project Jupiter, an initiative to create a leading portfolio of Onsite Specialist Contractors, sees ABB, SOLAS, Seven Seas and more invest $3.7m at Bahrain-based ASRY in 2014, with more in the pipeline. ASRY has seen several global specialist contractors, including ABB, SOLAS, and Seven Seas increase

  • An occupancy rate of 84 percent during 1984 helped Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard (ASRY) of Bahrain to boost revenues up by nearly 20 percent over 1983. The yard celebrated its tenth anniversary last year. Chairman of ASRY Sheikh Daij Bin Khalifa Al-Khalifa said he was particularly encouraged by

  • The Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard (ASRY) in Bahrain (shown above) and Estaleiros Navales de Lisboa (Lisnave) of Portugal recently signed an agreement under which Lisnave will continue to provide technical support to ASRY until 1989. One of the world's largest and most experienced VLCC repair yards

  • and operators, domiciled in the United States, of very large crude carriers (VLCCs). The Arab Ship Repair Yard (ASRY), located on the Island of Bahrain, will be completed in late 1977 and go into full oper- ation during 1978. This modern complex will have a graving dock 1,230 feet long and 245

  • in the Kingdom, so as to quickly and efficiently respond to immediate repair requirements in Saudi, with major rig repairs still being carried out in our Bahrain facility.  The ability to respond with more efficiency is just one of the advantages of having a branch in Saudi Arabia, another advantage being the

  • International Sales Group of Waukesha Engine Division, Dresser Industries, Inc. Based in Kuwait, Mr. Bates will cover Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Oman, Yemen, Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is responsible for distributor sales of the division's complete line of diesel and gas engines and

  • voyage Jumbo Javelin will load a combination of power plant material and petrochemical equipment from Dutch and Italian ports for destinations in Bahrain, Qatar and Iran. The heaviest cargo item is a reactor column — weighing 620 tons weight and measuring 61.06 x 9.736 x 9.878 m — for the styrene

  • MR Oct-19#20  by the UK, Australia 
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    a US-led mission to ensure the security of international ships when transiting the Strait of Hormuz has so far been joined by the UK, Australia and Bahrain. Iran’s President Rouhani has been quoted by Reuters as issuing a veiled threat that, should Iran’s crude oil exports be forced to zero, security

  • MR Aug-19#72  RB-Ms will be delivered to Bahrain this year. 
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    transport. its export portfolio. Two Response Boat – Mediums (RB-M) are on their way www.usmi.com to Jordan and six RB-Ms will be delivered to Bahrain this year. www.vigor.net VT Halter Marine Baltic Workboats US VTHM designs, builds Baltic Workboats has and repairs a wide va- been building advanced

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    Virginian Pilots diums (RB-M) are on their way to Jordan and six RB-Ms launch, delivered by Gladding-Hearn in 2018, was named will be delivered to Bahrain this year. https://vigor.net/ a Boat of the Year by MarineNews. www.volvopenta.com August 2019 MN 8

  • MN Aug-19#34  the past year DMW has been to Bahrain, Egypt, Korea,  all the)
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    P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P PDMW MARINE GROUP ations 24 days later on November 2, 2018. Thank you for The Case: In the past year DMW has been to Bahrain, Egypt, Korea, all the prayers, support, supplies, donations, meals served, Shanghai, and most US shipyards to service and install new the generous

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    ,” Nevarez said. around the world at Norfolk, Jacksonville, San Diego, Puget Nevarez’ command employs about 1,200 people across the Sound, Pearl Harbor, Bahrain, Sigonella, and Yokosuka. Indo-Paci?c region. The FLCY currently has 33 of?cers, 270 en- Formerly known as the U.S. Naval Supply Depot and later

  • MP Q3-18#12  worked as a ship surveyor in Bahrain, Dubai, Finland and )
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    isn’t Brown’s frst rodeo. He joined LR in 1996 and has compasses, is this fundamentally changing ship design, and since worked as a ship surveyor in Bahrain, Dubai, Finland and if so, how? Germany and has extensive experience of ship repair and conver- Digitalization shouldn’t just replace traditional

  • MR Mar-18#34  of 2018. forward deployed in Bahrain in support 
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    Small coastal patrol boats (PCs) are ardson, speaking at the Heritage Founda- ing and launching their landing craft to fall of 2018. forward deployed in Bahrain in support tion on Feb. 1, set forth ? ve dimensions to deliver Marines and their equipment The San Antonio-class of land- of the U.S. Fifth Fleet

  • MP Q2-17#11  the Ocean Network Express  Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar)
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    2017, the Big Three announced that their UASC was established in 1976 by six Persian Gulf states: new company would be named the Ocean Network Express Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab (ONE). Subject to global regulatory approvals, ONE would be Emirates. Qatar Investment Authority

  • MP Q3-16#54  be  ‘Vigilant’ – is based in Bahrain, and at no small cost)
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    the region in the process. The $2.5 million boat – a 45’ RB-M ? exible terms with International Program Of? ces (IPO), to be ‘Vigilant’ – is based in Bahrain, and at no small cost. Vigor main- a Program Of? ce with the ability to execute work, which will tains a local captain, a Middle East Manager, and

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    Brown joined Lloyd’s Register in 1996. He worked as a ship survey- MANY SECTORS IN THE GLOBAL at the end of the tunnel. As well, I think, or in Bahrain, Dubai, Finland and Germany and has extensive experience MARITIME MARKET ARE CHAL- the evolution of information technology of ship repair and conversion

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  • MN Jun-16#38  this isn’t something new 
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    markets. “We have export boat – a 45’ RB-M ‘Vigilant’ – is based larly to con? rm that the boat is operat- experience – this isn’t something new in Bahrain, and at no small cost. Vigor ing correctly. We build the right prod- to us. One of our ? rst signi? cant ex- maintains a local captain, a Middle

  • MT Jan-16#18 , 
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    in Maryland, ity for use in peacetime, war, or national emergency. and diving services support of? ces in Virginia, California, Hawaii, Japan, and Bahrain. Our inventory of search equip- To put your of? ce into scale and scope. Can you ment, diving support material, oil spill recovery equipment, please

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    ? ces in me each and every day. However, meeting all of these SALV) include being the Center of Excellence for Virginia, California, Hawaii, Japan, and Bahrain. Our challenges with limited budgets and resources, requires diving for the Department of Defense (DoD), the sys- inventory of search equipment

  • MR Jan-16#36  for short lead 
Odfjell chose Bahrain’s ASRY to up- owner to)
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    on innovative propulsion project, reducing emissions 20% pair contracts for cruise ships, hav- ing gained a reputation for short lead Odfjell chose Bahrain’s ASRY to up- owner to additionally upgrade its eight times, ? exibility, safety, good com- grade the propulsion systems on three Poland-class

  • MR Jan-16#4  chose Bahrain’s ASRY to upgrade the)
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    MARITIME Contents REPORTER AND ENGINEERING NEWS M A R I N E L I N K . C O M THE COVER ISSN-0025-3448 Odfjell chose Bahrain’s ASRY to upgrade the propulsion systems on three of USPS-016-750 its chemical tankers, a signi? cant job from the perspective of both owner and No. 1 Vol. 78 yard as it involved

  • MR Aug-15#52  - ASRY’s initia- with the Bahrain Coast Guard to design)
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    Combats Challenging Market p to May 2015, ASRY (Arab clusive ? eet agreement signed in early tions is Project Jupiter - ASRY’s initia- with the Bahrain Coast Guard to design Shipbuilding & Repair Yard), 2015 which will see almost its entire tive to build the leading cluster of spe- and construct

  • MR Jul-15#42  and Marine Corps cri-
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    operations, maritime security opera- tions, humanitarian aid and disaster SRY signed an agreement with relief missions and Marine Corps cri- the Bahrain Coast Guard to de- sis response. The ship is designed to Asign and construct a new Land- support MH-53 and MH-60 helicop- ing Craft for the transport

  • MR Jun-15#45  sea.  patrol boats (PCs) in Bahrain to operate  The 380-ton)
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    Navy has stationed ten coastal midable combination. while underway. PUMA is a battery food, fuel, and other dry cargo at sea. patrol boats (PCs) in Bahrain to operate The 380-ton PCs have a small crew powered, man-portable, hand-launched The 689-foot T-AKE has the most car- with the Fifth Fleet. The

  • MR Mar-15#50  Forces Southwest Asia in Bahrain 
have twice the “op tempo)
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    , and escorts of high-value units. Compared to stateside WPBs, the forward deployed cutters assigned to US Coast Guard Patrol Forces Southwest Asia in Bahrain have twice the “op tempo,” meaning more days at sea. Speaking at the Surface Navy Association symposium, Zukunft said that the same patrol boat

  • MR May-15-77#50  Co., P.O. Box 5110, Bab-AI-
Bahrain Building, Bahrain, Arabian)
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    Corp., 25 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10004 SHIPBUILDING—Repairs, Maintenance, Drydocking Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Co., P.O. Box 5110, Bab-AI- Bahrain Building, Bahrain, Arabian Gulf Astilleros Espanoles, S.A., 17, Padilla, Madrid 6, Spain Avondale Shipyards, Inc., P.O. Box 52080, New Orleans

  • MR Aug-77#44  Co., P.O. Box 5110, Bab-AI-
Bahrain Building, Bahrain, Arabian)
    August 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 44

    Corp., 25 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10004 SHIPBUILDING—Repairs, Maintenance, Drydocking Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Co., P.O. Box 5110, Bab-AI- Bahrain Building, Bahrain, Arabian Gulf Astilleros Espanoles, S.A., 17, Padilla, Madrid 6, Spain Avondole Shipyards, Inc., P.O. Box 52080, New Orleans

  • MR Aug-77#11  Al-Jishi, ASRY)
    August 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 11

    historical moment passed in the construction of ASRY (Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Company) when His Excellency Majid Al-Jishi, ASRY's chairman and Bahrain's Minister of Works, Power and Water, pressed the button to start the first flooding of ASRY's 1,230-foot-long by 246-foot-wide drydock. ASRY's

  • MR Aug-77#6  & Trading Co. of 
Bahrain, and A1 Hamra Kuwait)
    August 1977 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 6

    in San Diego, Calif. Principal construction subcon- tractors include Abdullah H. Shu- wayer of Saudi Arabia, AWAL Contracting & Trading Co. of Bahrain, and A1 Hamra Kuwait Co. of Kuwait. Montauk Oil To Build Oceangoing Tank Barge Montauk Oil Transportation Corp., 1040 East 49th Street,