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ASRY (Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard) is the Arabian Gulf’s leading maritime repair and fabrication facility. Founded in 1977 in Bahrain, the multi-service yard operates in four sectors – Ship Repair & Conversion, Rig Repair & Conversion, Naval Repair & Conversion, and Fabrication & Engineering.
ASRY’s variety of facilities, from graving dock to floating dock, to slipways, to 4km of alongside berth space, means maximum flexibility in accommodating ship schedules.
Every major repair sub-contractor, classification society, and specialist workshop has an on-site presence at ASRY so that any repair requirements can be met without delay.
Bahrain’s trade policies mean that importing and exporting parts and labour is quicker and more efficient than regional yards, meaning faster turnaround for all repair projects.
ASRY, the Arabian Gulf’s leading maritime repair and fabrication facility, has signed a contract with Bahrain’s National Oil & Gas Authority (NOGA) to provide a dedicated marine services area in the yard, from which NOGA projects can be supported. The ‘NOGA Zone’ will provide berth facilities, storage, crew facilities, and more, within ASRY’s premises, for NOGA-related projects. The Bahrain LNG Terminal project will soon be using the NOGA Zone for some of its maritime operations, as required.
“We’re honored to support NOGA and their projects in bringing added value and growth to the Kingdom of Bahrain,” commented ASRY Business Development Manager Arran Dall at the signing. “For a major Bahrain firm like ASRY to contribute to other nationally important projects, such as the new Bahrain LNG Terminal, not only makes commercial sense, but also national sense for the mutual development of the Kingdom.”
“Working together with Bahrain corporate partners is a win-win situation,” confirmed NOGA General Manager Oil & Gas Affairs Jassim Al Shirawi at the signing. “As we develop and advance, cooperation and support of local value-providers will support the Bahrain’s economy and make the Kingdom’s industrial sector more competitive internationally.”