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Ship Chartering
  • Expand customer base regionally
  • Focus on new third-party customers
  • Pursue potential contracts with new customers within Southeast Asia
  • Increase ship chartering services to the coal industry
  • Tap on intra-Indonesian islands for ship chartering and transhipment services
  • Expand fleet of vessels to serve customers in the coal industry
  • Secure additional long-term transhipment contracts
Shipyard
  • Establish ship repair, maintenance & conversion facilities in Batam
  • Constructing 2 drydocks, a jetty and related facilities
  • Ship building - can accommodate up to 8 vessels of 150m in length at any one time
  • Ship repair - can accommodate up to 5 vessels of varying length between 50m and 130m in length at any one time
  • The first (bigger) drydock of 150 x 40 x 8m in dimension to be substantially completed by end 2007
  • The second drydock of at least 110 x 30 x 6m in dimension to commence construction at end 2007 or beginning 2008
  • Build vessels and structures for offshore oil & gas and marine logistics industries
  • Expand on types of vessels and structures built
  • Tankers, accommodation barges, offshore supply vessels such as AHTSs, cargo ships and more sophisticated vessels of up to 150m in length
  • Fabricate massive steel platforms for offshore jack-up oil rigs
General
  • To explore acquisitions, investments, joint ventures and/or strategic alliances to expand business
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