Boskalis to expand Brazilian oil terminal on million-dollar contract

Towage and salvage group Royal Dutch Boskalis has secured a new EUR 120 million contract to conduct preliminary work, including dredging, as part of the expansion of an oil terminal in Brazil.

Royal Dutch Boskalis, which focuses on towage and salvaging services, has signed a new Brazilian contract securing work for three of its vessels, informs the group in a press release on Friday.

Boskalis will make the oil terminal Porto do Açu Oil Transhipment Terminal in Rio de Janeiro deeper and wider, and the new contract has a total value of around EUR 120 million.

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