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Ceva secures Borr contract extension

Ceva Logistics has renewed its rig hub services contract with Borr Drilling for an additional year.

Photo Credit: Borr Drilling

Borr Drilling owns and operates jack-up rigs worldwide. Under the contract, which now runs until the end of August 2020, Ceva provides a full spectrum of freight management and contract logistics services. This also covers services related to the movement of project and out-of-gauge (OOG) cargoes.

Ceva has been providing these services to Borr Drilling since 2016. In that time, Ceva has delivered a number of specialist logistics services, covering both rig supplies and project cargoes, said Marcelo Franceschetti, Ceva’s executive vice president global energy sector.

He added: “There were a number of key highlights to this contract retention including Ceva's overall value proposition, our consistency in managing Borr Drilling's operational needs and our ability to react and support during emergencies and out of hours.”

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