Norwegian floatel provider secures record order volume

The world's biggest supplier of hotel rigs for the offshore industry, Prosafe, had an orderbook worth USD 1.7 billion, including options, by the end of 2013. The highest level ever, according to the company.


The world's leading supplier of hotel rigs, Norwegian Prosafe - who works with Semco, among others - secured orders including options for a total USD 1.7 billion. The highest volume in the history of the company, according to the annual report 2013.

And the supplier performed well in other areas too, as the company achieved a revenue of USD 245.1 million, compared to USD 222.4 million in 2012, while Prosafe's fleet utilization rate reached 83 percent, one percentage point more than last year. The net result came to USD 199.1 million, up from USD 177.5 million in 2012. The improved results where primarily caused by increased daily rates, says Prosafe.

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