Vietnam Divers Underwater Works and Underwater Ship Hull Cleaning and Propeller polishing:
Specializing in Underwater Ship Repair Maintenance & Inspections, AIM Control’s Divers underwater workrs dept. was founded in 1993 and was dedicated primarily to the needs of the maritime industry in the Ports of Hai Phong, Hochiminh (Sài Gòn, Ben nghe, Nha rong, ICT, Tan Cang, Bong sen) ports, Vung tau (Thi Vai, Phu My, ect.) ports, Nha trang (Vinashin, Cam ranh bay ect.) ports, Dung Quat (Doosan, Germedept, PTSC, ect.,) ports
In time for International Women's Day, we explored the issues women face when working out at sea. The benefits of a marine career are real and tangible, so we wondered why it's not a path that a huge number of young women are going down...
Company of Master Mariners of India makes a strong bid to sell the offshore to Indian seafarers
With wreck removal to precede the dredging operation, the deepening of the approach channel to JNPT will get delayed
Teach your friends about your maritime career at a luxury resort in the Philippines!
The Brazilian government and Navy are considering an ambitious plan for launching an offshore subsea lab to be located at the limit of the country´s territorial waters and beyond the farthest pre-salt play
The massive increase of E&P in Brazil, especially when concerned with deepwater is giving rise to a new subsea equipment and technology industry in the country.
With an eye on the lucrative subsea equipment market, suppliers are investing in technology, local workforce and expanding local facilities. New Brazilian companies specialized in subsea equipment and services also strive to compete with foreign suppliers.
Present in Brazil for over 90 years, GE is preparing to invest $500 million in Brazil along the next 3 years and maintain its investments in local training and research. GE O&G may be one of the main recipients of this local investment as it is a market with great growth potential and where GE already has a very strong presence.
New discoveries and the development of deepwater and ultra-deepwater pre-salt increases the demand for subsea equipment and service providers, attracting various international and local companies to compete for subsea contracts for the Brazilian offshore.