Drydocks World, the international service provider to the shipping, offshore, oil, gas and energy sectors, has handled 37 projects simultaneously in its Dubai yard, exceeding the previous record of 35 vessels.
Due to Drydocks World's marketing initiatives and rigorous action plans, the organisation is highly recommended by long-term partners and has gained the trust of major ship owners and managers. The Drydocks World commercial and marketing team has played a vital role in winning these projects, compounded by the professional services from the production teams which have positioned Drydocks World as a leading shipyard of choice.
Drydocks World's advanced facilities and world-class infrastructure have provided services to offshore assets from around the world that are worth tens of billions. The company has streamlined the organisations operations to maximise our capacity while maintaining high quality standards in order to effectively service the global offshore industry's assets.
Since January 2015, Drydocks World has increased the rate of vessel completion with 33% more vessels leaving the yard in March. Drydocks World had a workforce of approximately 9,000 attending to these 37 projects and during this period dry-docked 8 vessels all in dock 2, which took remarkable skill, planning and manoeuvring.
The personnel at Drydocks World regard challenges as opportunities for success and completed excellent dock planning, berthing, manpower allocation and cost effective measures to handle the large number of projects. This indicates Drydocks World's readiness and efficiency in handling a multitude of offshore projects and validates our strategy, planning and implementation, which have secured us business despite the difficult market conditions.
Drydocks World serviced dredgers, rigs, gas carriers, tankers and container ships as part of the 37 projects in the yard and set this record alongside clients such as Chevron Shipping co, Technip, Saudi Aramco, Shelf Drilling, Saipem, the National Drilling Company, Excelerate Energy and Aban Offshore.