Nass Marine Sea Trade event and post event

Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain

Constantly striving to provide better services and lead the regional market; Nass Marine Services Co. is participating in the upcoming Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East in Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre between 25th and 27th September 2017.

The specialised builder of vessels and barge is set to open the new facility in the year 2018 which will increase its annual building and repair capability to 40 barges and vessels instead of the current eighteen, in addition to providing maintenance, periodic repair and upgrade services to all customers.

Worth mentioning, Nass Marine Services Co. was established in 2006 and has the organisational infrastructure to deliver projects on time and within budget. The Company’s skilled workforce of 400 craftsmen can build barges and the 520 – 700 ton-capacity, up to 70 meters long Marine Jetty for Mooring and Repairs.

The in-house design office can provide standard design projects, as well as tailor-made constructions to meet any client specifications.

Mr David McKay, General Manager of Nass Marine Services Co. commented by saying: “This is going to be our first participation since expansion has started, and we are thrilled to demonstrate our future capabilities in the new facility”.

“Our commitment to provide the best services is eternal, and it is what drives us to take this huge step, we are only working hard to honour this commitment and continue the legacy”.

About the event:

A pivotal platform for industry professionals, Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East (SOMWME) which gives the companies the opportunity to meet and learn from some of the industry’s leading personalities. Attracting the biggest names from within the offshore marine and workboat industry, SOWMME is the perfect place to grow in the Middle East.

Visit Nass Marine Services Co. stand number F40 in Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East between 25th and 27th September 2017 to know more about the new facility expansion.

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