VOS Singapore secures new ship management contract
PRESS RELEASE – VOS Singapore has secured a new third-party ship management contract with a Bruneian Offshore Support Vessel owner and operator Lantana Services.
The vessel in question is the 2011-built anchor-handling tug supply (AHTS) vessel ENA Shogun which has a bollard pull of 200 tonnes and is equipped with DP2.
The vessel will commence a one-year project plus options for a further extension with a Bruneian oil company, primarily supporting semi-submersible rigs in their fleet.
“This exciting contract provides us with a strengthened platform to position Vroon Offshore Services in the Brunei workboat market with one of our best disciplines, that of ship management”, Vroon Offshore Services comments in a statement.
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