Activity Report 2016


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INDIAN SUBCONTINENT

India

DREDGING PROJECTS IN 19 INDIAN PORTS

Kamarajar

DEME continues dredging works for the Kamarajar port development project near Chennai. The project, executed in various stages, includes dredging for the new container terminal, two coal berths, a multi-cargo terminal and a turning basin. Phase 4 of the port development started in early 2017.

Salaya

In early 2016, DEME completed rock dredging work with the CSD ‘Ambiorix’ at the Salaya Essar Bulk Terminal in front of the 400 m quay wall.

Kakinada

For almost 20 years DEME has been dredging in the port of Kakinada. In 2016 maintenance dredging took place at the Kakinada seaport access channel, turning basin and in the newly deepened areas.

Kattupalli

In the port of Kattupalli, near the ISD offices in Chennai, the company executed capital dredging of an alternative channel for accessing the Modular Fabrication Facility jetty.

Seabird Phase II

In January 2017, DEME had been awarded dredging works for Project Seabird Phase II in a joint venture with L&T. It is one of the largest naval infrastructure projects in India, located at Karwar on the west coast of the country.

Karwar

DEME also secured the contract for maintenance dredging on the approach channel, turning circle and berth basin at Karwar Port in early 2017. Dredging will be executed in different types of soil.

Maharashtra

On the west coast in the State of Maharashtra, DEME completed maintenance dredging in the channel and turning basin, as well as some capital dredging works in the berth pockets of the private port of Jaigarh.

Dhamra

Annual dredging works in the access channel and turning basin of Dhamra Port on the northeast coast of India continued in 2016.

Haritha Kallagunta

INTERNATIONAL SEAPORT DREDGING (ISD)
“The remarkable growth of ISD by consistently winning major orders in 2016/2017 has been a demonstration of ISD’s technical capabilities and commercial acumen together with that of DEME.

 

With these specialised projects presently underway and to be executed, I hope that ISD grows in size and strength in the coming years and that the Indian Subcontinent success story plays a significant role in DEME’s growth too. I’m sure all my colleagues at ISD are super-charged for the exciting years ahead and hope all of us will learn from the challenges and make progress hand-in-hand.”

Sri Lanka

In 2016 DEME returned to Sri Lanka where the TSHD ‘Brabo’ executed deepening works in the access channel and manoeuvring and berthing areas of the private jetty operated by Tokyo Cement Company in the port of Trincomalee.