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    ODIM confirms equipment orders

    Equipment & Technology // June 8, 2006

    ODIM AS in Norway has confirmed that it has secured two contracts worth some NKr 34 million for the delivery of various automated handling systems for offshore supply vessels.

    ODIM's automated bulk hose connection system (ABCS), which ensures secure transfer of liquids and cargo from supply ships to offshore installations, is the key component in each delivery.

    The larger of the contracts covers various automated handling systems for a vessel under construction at Norway`s Kleven Verft yard for District Offshore.

    This ship is to be fitted with an ABCS as well as various winch systems for towing, mooring and secure cargo handling. Worth some NKr 20 million, the delivery will be made around June 2007.

    The other order relates to an ABCS and a system for secure handling of cargo equipment on a supply ship currently under construction at Havyard Leirvik in Norway for Havila.

    Worth some NKr 14 million, this contract calls for the equipment to be delivered around 1 April 2007.


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