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Royal IHC Is Contracted for Delivery of New Dredges and Pumps

Royal IHC has received several new contracts for dredging equipment. The Engineering Authority at the Egyptian Ministry of Defense (MOD) issued a contract for the construction of 10 IHC Beaver® Cutter Suction Dredgers (CSDs) and five Delta Multi Craft (DMC) 1050 work boats. The order also includes three floating IHC Multi-Booster stations… Read More

DEME Launches Bonny River

DEME launched its latest trailing suction hopper dredge Bonny River on April 15 at Royal IHC’s partner yard COSCO Guangdong Shipyard in China. The trailing suction hopper dredge has a capacity of 15,000 cubic meters (529,720 cubic feet) and a maximum dredging depth of 102 meters (335 feet). The Bonny… Read More

Pipeline DQM Program Underway with Two Dredges Certified and Working

In March 2016, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters officially instructed its dredge quality management (DQM) team at the Mobile District to take steps to monitor all industry and government pipeline dredges having a discharge diameter greater than 18 inches. The beginning date was set for the summer… Read More

Turning the Tide: CDMCS is Revolutionizing Safety for the Dredging and Marine Construction Industry

The Council for Dredging and Marine Construction Safety (CDMCS), the nation’s dredging and marine construction safety council and formal partnership between United States dredging contractors and the United States Army Corps of Engineers, is celebrating 10 years of progress in safety and occupational health leadership. April 10 marked the date… Read More

Vryhof Anchors Announces New Contracts for its STEVSHARK®RX

Vryhof Anchors, a Vryhof company, announced several new contracts for its STEVSHARK®REX anchoring solution – with Anglo-French independent operator Perenco and its Congolese subsidiary Perenco Congo SA; Maersk Drilling in Trinidad; and international EPC contactor CNGS Group. In addition, two STEVSHARK®REX’s will be deployed by Jan De Nul Group, a… Read More