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Joint venture opens offshore base

November 5 - Ter Haak Group, Dutch Offshore Group and Rotterdam Offshore Group are collaborating to create a new venture - Dutch Offshore Base.

The new facility has access to the open sea and will provide services to the maritime and offshore industry. 

It has lay-by facilities for marine, seagoing and jack up vessels and there is 800 m of quays available, with a deepsea quay of up to 500 m length, 60 m breadth and 15 m draft.

Heavy lift and floating cranes with a maximum lift capacity of 1,400 tonnes are also available.

Dutch Offshore Base offers heavy lift crane capacity up to 1,400 tonne, a large open yard area of more than 100,000 sq m and warehouse space of 30,000 sq m.

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