Ampelmann gangway systems to operate offshore India, Indonesia
Ampelmann has secured two new contracts in the Asia/Pacific region.
DELFT, the Netherlands– Ampelmann has secured two new contracts in the Asia/Pacific region.
Two A-type systems have made their way to India and Indonesia, respectively, and will enable both short- and long-term Walk to Work (W2W) operations.
In India, vessel owner and operator MMA Offshore has contracted to company to install the A-type system on theMWV Falcon to enable topsides maintenance work. The campaign is expected to last 195 days, with the possibility to extend.
This is also the second contract between Ampelmann and MMA Offshore. The first one, secured earlier this year, enabled a similar work scope in Brunei.
PT Bintang Subsea Indonesia has contracted the company to supply an A-type W2W system onboard the vesselNPP Nusantara.
The contract is for 30 days firm, with options to extend, for supporting personnel transfers between the vessel and a floating asset. TheNPP Nusantara will be used as a floatel for this scope to accommodate the increased personnel needed at the location.