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a large dock from which water can be pumped out

maneuver (a ship) into a drydock

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Drydocks World has received the award for the introduction of Chariot Robotic equipment for hydro-blasting on the vessels hulls which helps in reducing health, safety and environmental risk and offers consistent quality and increased efficiency.
Drydocks World, a provider of maritime and offshore services to the shipping, oil, gas and energy sectors, serviced a record 40 vessels in the Dubai yard.
Drydocks World constructed the world's largest turret for SBM Offshore, Technip and Shell.
It added that several studies were done at the start of the project to understand the technology and its implications in Drydocks World.
Khamis Juma Buamim, chairman of Drydocks World and Maritime World, said: "Drydocks World is proud of our ability to provide solutions to any technical challenges and offer clients the services that fully meet their requirements.
Dubai's Drydocks World has completed the major repair and refurbishment of National Drilling Company's (NDC) Jack Up drilling rig Al Ittihad.
8220;Nu Flow gives us an innovative tool to provide solutions to the industry with minimum disturbance,” said Ali Bin Towaih, Vice President Business Development and Commercial, Drydocks World.
4 billion to Drydocks by the third quarter, its chairman, Khamis Juma Buamim, told a press conference.
The structure is to take the shape of "a number of discs" with one up to 30m underwater and the others above the surface, "allowing guests to admire the depths of the ocean while still being able to make the best of resort living on the surface", according to Dubai Drydocks World.
2 billion) restructuring of Drydocks World, a Dubai-based ship-building and repair firm.
5 billion so-called profit participating loan to Dubai-based Drydocks World as it restructures debt, a person with knowledge of the talks said.
Drydocks , a subsidiary of government-owned Dubai World, turned to the Dubai World Tribunal in April to push through full consent for its restructuring.
In a statement released on Wednesday, Drydocks World said it has signed an agreement with a Swiss contractor to develop the World Discus Hotel, which is partly submerged under the sea.
Drydocks World said this week it will use a special tribunal, set up in response to Dubai's 2009 debt crisis, to force recalcitrant creditors to take up its debt plan after some, including hedge funds, resisted the deal.
2 billion debt restructuring for Drydocks World, the shipbuilding arm of indebted Dubai World, is seen facing tough headwinds with the presence of hedge funds and a lack of government aid seen threatening an amicable deal.