VIKING has been awarded a five-year contract by ADNOC Logistics & Services for their safety equipment servicing.
Maritime safety equipment manufacturer and global service provider VIKING Life-Saving Equipment A/S (VIKING) has won a tender to work with a shipping services company ADNOC Logistics & Services.
Marine fire and lifeboat servicing
The five-year contract extends to a fleet of more than 120 vessels and encompasses a complete service offering including marine fire and lifeboat servicing, as well as an exchange agreement for VIKING’s S30 liferafts with extended service intervals.
Playing a pivotal role in the development of the United Arab Emirates’ energy industries, ADNOC Logistics & Services - the company formed by the integration of Esnaad, Irshad and Adnatco - supplies its customers with reliable shipping, offshore logistics and onshore services.
Delivering hydrocarbon products
The company has 40 years of experience under its belt and commands logistics infrastructure spanning over 1.4 million square meters. Its large fleet of vessels is used for ocean-going shipping activities, offshore support and port operation, delivering hydrocarbon products and dry bulk from Abu Dhabi to customers all over the world.
At VIKING we are excited to support ADNOC Logistics & Services safety as a priority"
“Upholding a clean Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) record and maintaining asset integrity are the company’s top priorities,” commented VIKING’s Country Director for the Middle East, India & Sri Lanka, Kevin Momme. “And at VIKING we are excited to support ADNOC Logistics & Services safety as a priority with our comprehensive servicing.”
Maritime safety challenges
Moving goods in sometimes treacherous waters all over the world presents maritime safety challenges. Managing these challenges and complying with mandatory maritime safety regulations such as SOLAS and the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) code can be a tough task.
Backed by 59 years in maritime safety equipment and servicing, VIKING’s complete service offering makes the task as simple as possible. The offering is supported by a 24/7 service network that provides liferaft servicing from approx. 300 ports worldwide. “This is a major win for VIKING and it’s further proof that leading companies have trust in our capabilities, products and services,” adds Kevin Momme.