The Marine Operations Manager will provide crucial leadership in overseeing and coordinating all aspects of marine operations within the company, predominately operating a fleet of Tug and Barges conducting marine logistics services throughout East Africa.
Maast Maritime Kenya is a wholly owned subsidiary of Maast Maritime Group DMCC, a newly formed UAE company supported by Fujax Group Ltd, a British commodities trading group with operations throughout Africa and Asia.
Maast Maritime Kenya is a wholly owned subsidiary of Maast Maritime Group DMCC, a newly formed UAE company ...
Maast Maritime Kenya recently mobilised a self-elevating work platform from Mombasa to Mnazi bay in Tanzania to support an offshore gas wellhead workover program.
The project demonstrates the company's ability to service the needs of oil and gas operators in the region and comply with the most stringent health, safety, and environmental standards.
Earlier in the year we handled the first shipment of coal through our private port terminal facility in Mombasa.
The coal was barged directly from Mtwara, Tanzania and unloaded at the facility, where it was temporarily stored and then loaded out onto trucks for the end customer.
In February of this year a large storm struck a fishing vessel in the Indian Ocean causing it to capsize.
The insurers contacted Maast to conduct a recovery and retrieval of the vessel which was eventually secured off the coast of Madagascar. With the support of the Kenya Ports Authority, Maast secured the vessel at its private port facility before righting it for inspection and scrapping.
We recently had the opportunity to provide our marine logistics and port operations services to a pleasure craft overhaul project.
Project required the vessel to be removed from the water and placed on the quay for access to necessary equipment and resources.
Our team worked closely with the pleasure craft owners and maintenance team to provide efficient and reliable service throughout the entire process.
Tug Comarco Swift and C321 flat-top barge delivered assorted equipment for cargo handling and navigation to Lamu port.
Equpiment delivered includes four Kalmar terminal tractors, eight skeletal trailers, one 25- tonne forklift, one five-tonne forklift, two low bed trailers, four spreaders amd one over-height spreader.
The excursion was attended by 40 Bandari Maritime students, studying for a variety of occupations from Deck Officers to Engine Room Officers. The tour was designed to give students first hand exposure to the practical application of their intended career paths.
Comarco Kestrel has mobilised from the Comarco Port Terminal in Mombasa Kenya to Mozambique, having been chartered by an IOGP Major, to relocate infrastructure assets from Port Pemba and Mocimboa da Praia further North.
Comarco has signed a contract with Zarara Oil & Gas for the delivery of fuel oil and potable water to its drill site at Pate Island in Northern Kenya using its 1000 dwt landing craft Kestrel.
Comarco Group is pleased to confirm the extension of its contract to provide offshore and supply base services to ENI Kenya B.V. Limited at its private port terminal in Mombasa.
Field visit at Comarco Supply Base (EPZ) Ltd by National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) and Mantrad Ltd.
Comarco Group prioritizes staff training and has put in place robust training and development programs in keeping with its commitment to upholding first class HSE standards.
In line with Comarco Group’s training policy under the umbrella of Human Resource Development Process, the Management advocates for its employees to attend in-house, off base, regional and international training seminars and workshops to enable our employees to keep abreast with the developing office management trends.
Kenya Ports Authority contracted Comarco to transfer four Rubber Tyre Gantries (RTGs) from one section of the port to another.
The process required careful planning with the timing of the tides and ballasting of the barge for the RTGs to be driven on and subsequently off the barge Comarco 232, assisted by tugs Comarco Swift and Comarco Osprey, onto the quayside.
Comarco was contracted to remove sunken top loader blocking the quay in Mutsamudu Port, Comoros.
The situation for the port of Mutsamudu was such that no vessels could come alongside resulting in all cargo movement into and out of the port being disrupted and halted and as such required a swift solution.
The operation was completed during one tide cycle with the port operations able to resume on the same day.
Comarco Group has obtained the consent of the Kenya Revenue Authority to gazette its Mombasa port terminal area as an entry and export area for customs purposes by the Commissioner of Customs and Border. This will open up considerable business opportunities for the Comarco Group in future.
COMARCO has been contracted by EXALO to provide berthing, lifting and shorehandling and stevedoring services.
Exalo had three rigs working in Uganda, which have completed their tasking and are being exported back to Poland for refurbishment and deployment elsewhere.
Bollore heavy lift trailers were rolled onto barge C231 at the Comarco Base and secured. The barge was subsequently positioned by tug Comarco Swift alongside the project cargo vessel BBC Nagasaki in Kilindini Harbour.
The oil field equipment was stored, serviced and repaired at Comarco Supply Base EPZ, loaded across the private wharf and destined to work moving rigs in Kuwait.
Comarco has been contracted by JGH Marine of Denmark to assemble and install three mooring buoys in Kilindini Harbour, Mombasa. The buoys were fabricated by JGH Marine to upgrade vessel mooring capacity for ...
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