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Royal IHC awarded contract for  TSHD Photo by NMDC

Royal IHC Bags NMDC's TSHD Contract

Dredging Company (NMDC) have signed a contract for the construction of the first custom-build state-of-the-art trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) in the Gulf area. The contract was signed at NMDC’s headquarters in Abu Dhabi, UAE on 9 March 2016 by Mr Eng. Yasser Zaghloul, CEO NMDC and Mr Bram Roelse, CEO IHC. The TSHD will have a capacity of 6,000m3 and will form a part of NMDC’s international growth and fleet investment strategy, which is aimed at positioning the company as a leader in the industry. “We are proud to contribute to NMDC’s growth strategy and value the

Royal IHC sells TSHD Easydredge

Royal IHC sells TSHD Easydredge

Easydredge 3700 will be used for land reclamation, infrastructure and beach nourishment projects on several islands and resorts in Asia, in order to support the growth of its tourism industry. Its procurement represents a significant development for the region’s TSHD market. IHC’s CEO Bram Roelse: “We are delighted that this customer chose an IHC vessel to help expand their business and enter the TSHD market. It is great to see they value the expertise and craftsmanship and chose the largest hopper in the standard Easydredge series to serve as an excellent addition to their fleet

Robbins Technology Group joins forces with Royal IHC

Royal IHC Expands into Offshore, Mining

activities in which IHC has vast knowledge and experience. The collaboration between the two companies gives customers the best equipment solutions available at competitive prices. It also utilises the two companies’ mutual understanding of the full life cycle of mineral deposits. Bram Roelse, IHC’s CEO, said, “These acquisitions, both effective from 31 October 2015, fit perfectly within IHC 2020. The overall aim of this strategy is to reduce IHC’s dependence on the volatile shipbuilding industry by developing OPEX activities.”  

Royal IHC Merges Four Units into IHC IQIP

wind and coastal and civil markets. “Many of our customers are already working with one or more of the four IHC business units now integrated under the IHC IQIP umbrella. This merger was the next logical step in our desire to quickly respond to clients’ requirements,” explained Bram Roelse, CEO at IHC. “In this way we further strengthen this vital part of our activities and create room for further growth. IHC IQIP will continue to contribute substantially to IHC’s overall proposition for its onshore and offshore customers.” According to IHC, the markets in which

Royal IHC acquires SAS Offshore

winches for the pipelaying systems for the Sapura Navegação Marítima integrated pipelaying vessels, which were designed and built by IHC. “The acquisition of SAS Offshore fits perfectly into our strategy of becoming a total solutions provider,” says IHC’s CEO Bram Roelse. “Its high level of knowledge and state-of-the-art facilities mean that we are even better equipped to deliver turnkey solutions. We are also gaining better access to the important offshore markets in Brazil and Norway thanks to SAS Offshore’s portfolio and local facilities.&rdquo

Royal IHC Acquires Majority Stake in Brastec Technologies

manufactured by Brastec is considered as essential for the activities within the oil-and-gas exploration supply chain, IHC said.   “These investments are a good fit for our strategy of internationalization and strengthening our position in the offshore market,” said IHC’s CEO Bram Roelse. “With a foothold in Brazil, we are able to meet the demand for local content and service our customers with better regional facilities.&rdquo

IHC Merwede to Build Six Pipelaying Vessels for €1 Billion

to confirm this major order worth over €1 billion for six more pipelaying vessels that are destined to join four other ships – currently being worked on by IHC Merwede from a previous order last year – in Brazilian waters for Petrobras,” says IHC Merwede’s new COO Bram Roelse. “We invest in long-term partnerships with our customers to achieve the best possible solutions. This announcement also highlights the success of a key part of IHC Merwede’s ongoing strategy to offer completely integrated vessels to its customers.”

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