Wasco loads out 4,000-ton module from its newly built jetty

Wasco loads out 4,000-ton module from its newly built jetty

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Wasco has thrown its newly constructed jetty on Batam Island, Indonesia, straight into action with the load-out of the facility’s heaviest-ever module. The first module to be loaded out from the new jetty was a 4,000-ton FPSO E-House module.

Wasco’s new jetty allows for large-scale load-outs directly onto oceangoing vessels. With a capacity of 10,000 metric tons, the facility is ideal for module loadout and transportation. The load-out of the 4,000-ton FPSO E-House module highlighted the yard’s capability to transport cargo safely and efficiently.

According to Shan Karupiah, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Wasco’s Engineering & Fabrication Division, the successful loadout of the heaviest modules from the new jetty reflects Wasco Batam Yard’s dedication to excellence and operational proficiency. The ongoing investment in Batam Yard’s infrastructure underscores Wasco’s dedication to meeting the evolving needs of its clients and reinforces its position as a preferred partner in the offshore & onshore fabrication industry.

The new jetty at Wasco Batam Yard enables the fabrication yard to undertake larger and more complex projects. With its capability to accommodate oceangoing vessels with a 10-metre draft and handle heavy module load-outs of up to 10,000 metric tons, the jetty significantly expands the yard’s capabilities and strengthens its position in the global market.

“We are proud to celebrate this achievement, which is a result of the hard work and dedication of our team. Moving forward, we remain committed to delivering excellence in every aspect of our operations and continuing to push the boundaries of both offshore and onshore fabrication offerings,” concluded Shan Karupiah.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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