Drydock 3 will be purpose built for LNG at Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering
With a capacity to cater for vessels up to 400,000 DWT, the monstrous dock will be ready to serve in 2020. Construction is well underway to create this 350x80m dock to service LNGs from all over the world. Along with their Cryogenic workshop, MMHE are in prime position to support more LNGs each year.
You may already recognise Alex as she covered for Jen during her maternity leave. However due to the growth of enquiries over the last year, we have kept on Italian-speaking Alex to support the sales team in the day to day running of enquiries. Please join us in welcoming Alex as a permanent member of the team.
You may already know that MMI have worked with a partner in China for over 20 years. Wu Xinyu, based in Shanghai has been the backbone of our constant growth in China. Wu allows MMI to have up to date knowledge of yard performance, offers valuable advice on capabilities and is on hand during the project if required. This then alleviates any communication and logistical issues before they arise streamlining the repair project. In having our partner in China, it means that we are not limited to representing one or two yards in China, but in fact can cover the majority ensuring we can assist with all types of vessels. This service comes at no additional cost to the customer.
Based on the success of our partnership in China we have now replicated the service in Turkey to serve our customers better. We would like to introduce our new partner Osman Kaya Turan.
Mr Turan not only has excellent knowledge of how the shipyards are performing, he also maintains strong relationships with the yards to ensure smooth running of projects. When owners submit an enquiry through MMI we will source the best yard for your job and offer our recommendation. MMI will then help your superintendent with hotel and local travel plans leading up to his introduction to the appropriate personnel at the yard.