E-Marine announces completion of first phase in the deployment of the 4900km TEAMS (The East Africa Marine System)
Dubai, UAE April 26, 2009: E-Marine, the region’s leader in submarine cable deployment, maintenance and repair, today announced it has completed the first phase in the deployment of the 4900km TEAMS (The East Africa Marine System) cable to Mombasa, Kenya after the successful landing in Fujairah, UAE. E-Marine’s flagship, Cable Ship Niwa, began laying the cable earlier this month and it is anticipated that it will complete the project by June, 2009. The second phase of the project is in progress now and the TEAMS cable will eventually connect Kenya to the UAE.
“Our flagship CS Niwa is now well underway in the deployment of the TEAMS cable and has departed the coast of the UAE for Mombasa earlier this month. We are delighted to announce today the completion of the first phase of the project” said Omar Bin Kalban, Managing Director and Chief...
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Expects Demand for Cable Storage to Reach 80% Capacity by End-2009
E-Marine PJSC, the UAE based submarine cable solution provider in the Middle East, today announced that its new state-of-the-art cable depot in Port of Salalah is ready for operation and the first cable transfer to the depot is currently in progress.
E-Marine’s facility in Salalah is designed to provide safe and sound storage for highly sensitive undersea cables and accessories. The cable depot consists of eight submarine cable storage tanks, providing a large capacity for submarine cable storage and accessories, office space and general storage area. Given the current demand for eminence cable storage facilities, E-Marine expects that up to 80% of its available storage area space will be occupied by end 2009.
“This strategic location of cable depot in the Port Of Salalah enhances E-marine’s services in the Western Indian Ocean, East Africa and the Red Sea,” said Mr. Omar Bin Kalban,...
Dubai, UAE July 01, 2009: E-Marine today announced a maintenance and storage agreement with SEACOM, a service provider of international fiber optic bandwidth along the East Coast of Africa linking East Africa, Europe and South Asia. E-Marine will now take responsibility for
Dubai, UAE July 01, 2009: E-Marine today announced a maintenance and storage agreement with SEACOM, a service provider of international fiber optic bandwidth along the East Coast of Africa linking East Africa, Europe and South Asia. E-Marine will now take responsibility for maintaining a 9,800km stretch of the cable between Dar es Salaam in Tanzania to Ras Sidr, Egypt and Mumbai, India. It will also provide secure storage for supplies and accessories in its newly opened depot in Port Of Salalah, Oman.
The agreement was signed by Jean-Louis Parmentier, Chief Operating Officer of SEACOM and Omar Jassim Bin Kalban, CEO and Managing Director of E-Marine.
Jean-Louis Parmentier, Chief Operating...
Dubai, UAE: 13, Feb, 2012: E-marine, the regional leader in Submarine Cable installation, maintenance and repair, announced the completion of expansion of their Salalah Depot facilities in Port of Salalah-Oman.
Mr. Omar bin Kalban, MD and CEO of E-Marine said: “In order to meet the rising demand for bonded storage facilities for the wet plants, we expanded our storage area capacity in Salalah, Oman by almost 40% by adding additional 420 square meters which are operational since January 2012”.
E-marine provides sophisticated storage facilities for submarine cable and accessories in controlled environment and in accordance with highest international standard along with testing and jointing by qualified testers and jointers. These storage facilities guarantee longer cable life.
“Our existing strong commitments to various customers as well as the new customer’s activities led E-marine to increase the storage capacity by building a new facility in Salalah site,...