Boskalis lands major order from Port of Singapore

Dutch Boskalis has secured a contract to dredge and develop a new part of Singapore's port. The job will span the next nine years and is budgeted at EUR 300 million.

Photo: Damian Dovarganes/AP/POLFOTO/arkiv

Boskalis has won an extensive order from the the Singapore Maritime and Port Authority, MPA, worth EUR 300 million.

The job includes dredging the port and developing a new part of the port, called Tuas Terminal Phase II, also dubbed Tuas Terminal Fingern Pier 3, says Boskalis in a press release.

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