Siem Offshore wins contract extension in Canada

Siem Offshore wins contract extension in Canada

Siem Offshore has announced that its subsidiary Secunda Canada has received a four-year contract extension plus a five-year option from a major Canadian customer for one of its vessels.

The vessel will be upgraded according to the client’s requirements and will be engaged in ice management, tanker assist, re-supply and stand-by rescue operations offshore Newfoundland.

“This contract extension further demonstrates the stalwart Canadian entity’s long-term position in the Canadian offshore, and Siem Offshore group’s commitment to expansion into the region,” the company said in a release.

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