Turnkey logistics solutions for Palma, Mozambique

Palma Shore Services - providing services and solutions to the developing oil and gas sector in the Cabo Delgado Province of Mozambique.

August 2015

Palma Shore Services - Cargo logistic solution for Palma, Mozambique

More information: www.palmashore.com

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, incorporated to provide a specific focus on delivering a cargo logistics solution in Palma, Mozambique to any companies looking to deliver cargo and goods into the region.

COGS is a Mozambican based company that provides specialist services principally to the mining and oil and gas services industries in Mozambique in particular and to the Southern African region in general, offering localised knowledge and expertise in these industries.

Comarco is an East African based marine logistics company, providing general shipping services together with specialised marine logistics, beach landings and cargo handling solutions in Africa and further afield.

Through combining their resources, local knowledge and experience, Palma Shore Services will deliver bespoke solutions on a turn key basis to local challenges in the region.

More information: www.palmashore.com

Latest News

January 2017.

Assembling and installation of three mooring buoys in Kilindini Harbour, Mombasa

Comarco has been contracted by JGH Marine of Denmark to assemble and install three mooring buoys in Kilindini Harbour, Mombasa. The buoys were fabricated by JGH Marine to upgrade vessel mooring capacity for the Kenya Port Authority.

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December 2016.

Comarco to deliver 4,500 cbm of seismic equipment from Mombasa, Kenya to the Port of Berbera, Somaliland

Comarco received and consolidated all BGP cargo in the Supply Base, processed all export documentation, loaded, lashed and secured all equipment onto the flattop transport barge Comarco 233 and departed Mombasa, ahead of schedule, under the tow of tug Comarco Swift.

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December 2016.

Resolve and Comarco will be working in Quelimane, Mozambique

Comarco has been contracted by renowned salvage company Resolve Marine to provide resources, including tug Comarco Buzzard, heavy duty ballast barge Comarco 2801, 100t mobile crane, submersible pumps, generators, lighting sets and other salvage equipment.

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August 2016.

Kibarani Cargo Train Salvage

A train carrying mixed cargo de-railed whilst heading out of the Port of Mombasa to the Nairobi terminus, on the only bridge heading off the Mombasa Island onto the Mainland Kenya. Comarco did a tandem lift on all the carriages using the cranes simultaneously to spread the weight over the very narrow bridge section.

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June 2016.

Songo Song Island Jetty Project

The project has been sanctioned by the Office of the Prime Minister in order to provide safe and reliable docking facilities for the island's fishing and passenger boats.

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April 2016.

Crane construction contract for Liebherr Container Cranes

Comarco completed the crane construction contract for Liebherr Container Cranes at the Comarco Supply Base.

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March 2016.

Rehabilitation of Quay No 2 at Tanga, Tanzania

Comarco were awarded the contract by Tanzania Ports Authority for the rehabilitation, fendering and installation of cathodic protection to Quay No 2 at Tanga under a ‘Design and Build’ agreement.

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December 2015.

Deployment of 25 Fish Aggregating Devices in Somalia

Comarco has recently completed a contract for The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations for the deployment of 25 Fish Aggregating Devices along the coastline of Somalia.

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November 2015.

Discharge of the first 8,000t of rock to arrive win Reunion

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.

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