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Comarco offers a variety of services, both singular and integrated, to leading local and international companies, on a turnkey or stand alone basis.
Comarco owns the largest fleet of tugs, AHTS's, OSVs, Work Platforms, Cargo Barges, Flat Top Barges and Utility Vessels in East and Southern Africa.Powered VesselsUnpowered Vessels
Comarco has signed a contract to deliver rock and and aggregate between the Indian Ocean islands of Madagascar and Reunion as part of the offshore road construction project in Reunion, La Nouvelle Route Du Littoral ...
Palma Shore Services Lda is a fully registered, licensed and incorporated Mozambican company, set up and strategically positioned to play a leading role in providing services and solutions to the developing oil and gas sector in Mozambique. PSS is the formalisation of a strategic partnership between Consolidated Oil and Gas Services (COGS) and Comarco Group.
Comarco is providing two barges, Comarco 232 and Comarco 233, for dredging activities currently taking place in Port Louis port, Mauritius. The barges are on charter to a Joint Venture between Starbag International GmbH and Archirodon Overseas S.A., who have secured the main contract from the ...
Comarco Singapore Pte Ltd joined International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) in effort to improve performance in the marine contracting industry by championing better regulation and enhancing operational integrity. IMCA operates with a global focus via a structure of technical committees made up of experts elected from member companies, supported by a small, focused secretariat in London.
lean-up exercise was conducted by the HSE department in-conjunction with the CSR department to commemorate the World Environment Week that was being held by the Mombasa County Government; Department of Water, Environment and Natural Resources. The exercise was conducted on ...
Comarco Construction Company has recently resumed work on the Shimoni Fisheries jetty in Kwale County, Mombasa after a two year hiatus. Work is progressing steadily and CCC remains on target to complete the works on time and within budget. In keeping with the Comarco Group's CSR commitments, CCC has sought to employ as many people as possible from within the adjacent local fishing community.
The Office of the Prime Minister of Tanzania has commissioned Comarco Group to rehabilitate the Songo Songo Island Jetty. The work involves the widening of the existing 80m Songo Songo Causeway, the widening of the existing 30m jetty and the construction of a 20m jetty extension with precast concrete blocks. The jetty will be widened 1 meter on each side and it will be raised up to 4.85m elevation CD.
Being in an industry where health and safety of employees is of utmost importance, Comarco Group has joined the British Safety Council in their continuous effort to provide a safe and healthy environment for all their employees. The British Safety Council is one of the world's leading health and safety organisations. Being a government-regulated awarding body it must comply with a wide range of conditions set by the regulator to guarantee rigour and ...
On the 9th of April, Comarco Mauritius Ltd, a local salvage vessel operator, received a call to assist a vessel in distress about 500 nautical miles North East of Port Louis and 270 nautical miles from Rodrigues Island. Comarco responded immediately sending the AHTS Talon to assist the drifting 3,500 DWT, 82 meter long Chemical Tanker. The tanker was then safely towed to the anchorage in Port Louis for assessment and main engine repairs.
Comarco has participated in the Intermodal South America (Logistic Fair) in Sao Paulo, Brazil. More than 50.000 qualified professional visitors gathered from 7th to 9th of April 2013. at largest and most important Logistic Exhibition in South America.
Comarco Singapore Pte. Ltd. (formerly UHP Singapore Pte Ltd) received their ISO9001:2008 Certificate (Provision of management services for vessels) in February 2015 which reflects continuous improvement of company's quality management systems (QMS) and processes.
On 4 February 2015 at 09:15hrs, Tug Comarco Merlin, departed Richards Bay in South Africa with the 5,181 dwt "Lady Gina", a suction hopper dredger, in tow. After travelling via Anjouan in the Comoros, Comarco Merlin arrived safely in Gwadar, Pakistan ...
Comarco Group was contracted to carry out a Geographical Survey for Sheheena Enterprises Ltd. Sheheena Enterprises Ltd is currently building a marina on the worksite in Tudor Creek Mombasa, Kenya.
Comarco Groups newest subsidiary, Comarco Myanmar Company Ltd. has delivered the necessary gas conversion equipment to generate electricity for the southern region of Myanmar known as Tanintharyi.
Comarco Group was commissioned to build two water barges for the transportation of fresh water on the Kenyan coastline. This project is financed by the World Bank and is a Kenyan Government initiative.
Comarco was contracted to transport a total of 2,327.316 cbm out of gauge and heavy break bulk cargo from the port of Mombasa, Kenya to the port of Tanga Tanzania. Due to the shallow draft restrictions at Tanga Port ...
Comarco do Brasil has been working in Brazil for the past 7 years. Performing successfully with the logistic management of several projects.
Comarco Supply Base rounded off 2014 with the discharge of the MV Thorco Serenity which called in at the Comarco Jetty on the 22nd December. The advantages of using the base were again on display as the vessel ...
On 5 December 2014, Tug KMC Rhino was requested to tow the 8,693 dwt general cargo vessel to Okha, India. Rhino mobilised from Alang, India, to the vessel which had suffered main engine failure, approximately 120miles north west of Okha, in Gujarat India. Rhino connected to the vessel and safely delivered her to Okha on 8 December 2014.
Comarco Group literally ended 2014 on a high note. They obtained their new aircraft ZS-SMC from South Africa on 19 December 2014 with ground breaking technology being installed as a first in Southern Africa.
In November 2014 the KMC Rhino Tug successfully towed the MV Southern Sea from Watamu, Kenya to the scrap yard in Alang, India via Fujaira, UAE. The total distance that was covered during the towing was approximately 3,500nm.
COMARCO booth presence at the Power Logistics conference in Singapore. Comarco, with a proven track record in marine logistics, cargo transshipment and beach landing of heavy cargo is targeting Myanmar ...
Instant Ports focus is to service the niche sector of oil, gas, energy and exploration companies that require quick-established, eco friendly beach landing sites, thus enabling delivery of cargo from anywhere in the world to specific remote locations, whatever the conditions.
In July 2014 Comarco signed a new contract with Tanga Cement Company Ltd to tranship approximately 450,000mt’s of clinker from anchorage to quayside at the Port of Tanga, Tz using a combination of flat-top and hopper barges. Comarco have transhipped over 1.3 million mts of bulk cargo for TCC over the past 9 years and this new agreement seals Comarco’s commitment to the successful continuation of this operation.
In the past years, there were approximately 30 lit and unlit Aids to Navigation but they have almost all disappeared. Today there are no “officially” sanctioned aids to marine navigation on Lake Victoria. On 12th June 2014 Comarco were awarded the contract to plan, design, supply, install and commission new ATN at the several locations at Lake Victoria in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Tandem lift using 2 x Kobelco 250t lattice boom crawler cranes and specially commissioned rigging equipment, directly from the water onto a purpose built cradle which is mounted on a specialised heavy lift trailer.
Comarco successfully completes the transport and landing of the 17,000m3 H&P drilling rig and camp at Mocimboa da Praia, Mz: After mobilizing all vessels and equipment from Mombasa to MdP the rig was discharged from ship to barges using the ship’s gear at the MdP anchorage. Once loaded, the barges were then towed to the MdP beach head before being beached with the assistance of the shallow draft tug KMC Bongo.
This conservation initiative aims to create a new (artificial) reef in the Mombasa Marine Park and Reserve. It will achieve this by creating shelter and habitat for fish, and by providing substrate for coral to attach onto. Comarco has generously donated not only the vessel, but also the cleaning and preparing of the vessel. Before a vessel can be sunk as an artificial reef, it must be cleaned of all materials toxic to the environment.
Comarco has recently completed an upgrade of the quay facilities at its private port facility in Kilindini Harbour, Mombasa, Kenya. A concrete hardstanding comprising a slab of 300 mm reinforced concrete has been laid on the quayside, a new Kobelco 7250 250mt crawler crane purchased, fenders replaced and maintenance dredging carried out both alongside and along the approaches to a minimum depth of -7.5m CD.
The main challenge of this job was the extremely varied terrain which we had to cross to gain access to the sites and the remote and uneven character of the locations We completed the program and delivered the Geotechnical Report to Katahira on the 30/10/2013.
In October 2013 Comarco started the transport of heavy mineral sands from the Port of Angoche, Mozambique approximately 22nm offshore to the anchorage at Mafamede Island, Mozambique where it is then loaded o/b bulk carriers using grabs and ship’s gear. The sand bar at the entrance to the Angoche channel combined with the opposing swells and currents at Mafamede often make for a difficult and challenging operating environment, demanding Comarco’s vast experience and expertise in order to safely and efficiently achieve the clients targets.
On 5th April 2013 KMC were awarded the contract to carry out the Geotechnical Survey for Katahira Engineers in and around the Kilindini, Dongo Kundu and Miritini areas of Msa. There are a total of 39 BH’S with an estimated 710m of drilling/coring required. Of the 39 BH’s 8 are over-water and 31 roughly divided half within tidal areas and half on land.
Comarco recently expanded the operations area by approximately 6 acres with the procurement of a neighboring lot. The newly acquired area will be used to expand the open storage capacity by a further 15,000 square meters, increase the width of the existing quay and will eventually support a deep water quay with an estimated length of 140m.
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