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Semco co-establishes new rig facility in Scotland

Semco Maritime has entered a strategic partnership with Scottish company Cromarty Firth Port Authority, which operates Scotland's leading port facility for rig upgrades.

Danish project and offshore engineering company Semco Maritime has entered into a strategic partnership with Scottish company Cromarty Firth Port Authority, which owns and operates Scotland's leading port facility for rig projects. The area is close to the city of Invergordon, approximately 100 kilometers northeast of Aberdeen, says Semco Maritime in a press release.

The area around Invergordon has supplied engineering and support for the North Sea energy sector for more than 40 years. Due to its strategically important location and its position as Scotland's deepest port the facility has handled more than 650 rigs over the years.

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