Offshore Crane Collaboration between Zamil Offshore and KenzFigee
Zamil Shipyards, part of Zamil Offshore Services Company and KenzFigee have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for mutual cooperation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, for the provision of offshore crane services and local construction of KenzFigee offshore cranes and equipment.
The collaboration further strengthens the position of KenzFigee as a specialist lifting, hoisting and service provider of reliable, durable and quality offshore cranes and equipment in the Middle East region. Together with Saudi Drill, the company’s representative in the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries and Zamil Shipyards, KenzFigee is committed to servicing clients in this region and to contribute to their operational excellence while minimising downtime of equipment.
With this collaboration, Zamil Shipyards and KenzFigee fully support Vision 2030, which is a key initiative of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, to transform the country’s location into a hub connecting the three continents of Asia, Europe and Africa. “With this significant milestone for Zamil, our plans for creating an extensive centre of excellence and positioning ourselves as one of the most integrated marine service providers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia took another step forward in the support of Vision 2030”, says Nasser F. Al Hazzani, COO of Zamil Offshore. “Achieving this in cooperation with KenzFigee a world-leading supplier in the design, production, and maintenance of innovative lifting solutions for the marine and offshore industries.”
Jan-Pieter Klaver, CEO of KenzFigee said, “Zamil Shipyards is a renowned shipbuilder in the Middle East region and with this collaboration KenzFigee will continue to build a strong and solid foundation as a trusted partner offering solution driven innovations and services with a focus on operational efficiency to clients in this region. We are proud to have established this collaboration and looking forward to a pleasant and fruitful cooperation with Zamil Shipyards.”