A Bangladeshi ship ‘Tug Svitzer Khulna’ re-sailed at Sadhav offshore engineering firm’s dry dock in Paradip after profitable restore of its high-tech thrusters-based propulsion system on Thursday.
The tug belonging to Svitzer Offshore, a Maersk Shipping subsidiary, had sailed to Paradip from Chittagong port, Bangladesh, solely for finishing up these propulsion system repairs. This is first in a collection of Svitzer ships anticipated to return from Bangladesh for dry docking.
Maersk is among the largest and most revered delivery corporations on this planet. It follows very stringent normal of high quality and security practices. Previously, the ships working in Bangladesh have been crusing to Singapore for dry docking repairs.
Svitzer/Maersk recognised the confirmed capabilities of Sadhav offering prime quality and dependable ship restore companies inside a short while. After an preliminary screening and audit, Maersk empanelled Sadhav dry dock at Paradip as their solely empanelled shipyard within the Bay of Bengal area. Sadhab firm headquartered in Mumbai is based by Kamal Kant Choudhury, stated Abhas Chandra Chaudhury, govt director of Sadhav offshore engineering firm in Paradip.
“Since 2002, our company has been repairing Indian ships and Coast Guard ships in Paradip,” added Chaudhury.