ASRY Launches Fabrication & Engineering Division

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08.08.2018

 

Bahrain-based yard adds fourth pillar to its core services, redefining and simplifying its offering to be a multi-service maritime repair and fabrication facility

MANAMA: ASRY, the Bahrain-based maritime repair and fabrication facility, has officially announced its commitment to a new industrial service sector with the launch of a new Fabrication & Engineering division. The new arm – which provides modular fabrication, steel structures, piping solutions, offshore structures and vessel construction – is the fourth pillar in the company’s newly defined core services. The multi-service yard now includes four core services, defined as Ship Repair & Conversion, Rig Repair & Conversion, Naval Repair & Conversion, as well as Fabrication & Engineering.

ASRY CEO Andy Shaw said at the event to announce the new division, “Fabrication and engineering are already part of ASRY’s DNA as they are key elements in our ship and rig repair business. Now we are deploying those years of expertise as their own independent revenue stream. Over the past 40 years, ASRY has established itself as the leader in maritime repair, and now there is an opportunity to establish ourselves as the leader in modular fabrication in the Arabian Gulf. There is significant growth potential in the regional fabrication sector, starting with Bahrain, where our new ownership structure as Bahrain government-owned entity will provide stability and longevity to meet fabrication clients long-term needs.”

The move is in response to growing demand in the regional industrial landscape for high quality fabrication facilities. New developments in the petrochemical, desalination, and energy sector in Bahrain and the GCC have pushed demand beyond current supply, opening up a target space for ASRY.  The yard has over 40 years experience in steel, piping and mechanical workmanship, as well as over 5,000 average employees on site, and almost 1.5m square metres of work space that is waterside with instant access to water transport links. Combined, these feature give ASRY the potential to quickly position as the region’s leading fabrication facility.

“There is currently approximately $490bn worth of projects in pre-execution phase across the GCC in our target sectors of power, gas, oil, chemical, water and industrial,” confirmed ASRY’s New Construction and Engineering Senior Manager Sauvir Sarkar, “and already there are insufficient fabrication facilities in the region, and even fewer in Bahrain. Due to this, much of the fabrication and engineering work is being contracted outside of the region, even from Bahrain. ASRY can now be considered now a preferred option for fabrication work in the region. We believe regional projects should be serviced by regional companies.”

About ASRY

About ASRY

Having been established in 1977, ASRY is the most experienced marine repair facility in the Arabian Gulf, with the efficiency and reliability only time and experience can bring.