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Engage Marine awarded marine contract by Port of Townsville


by Shipping Australia Limited - published on 5 October 2021 70 -

Engage Marine has announced that it recently awarded the marine pilot transfer services contract by the Port of Townsville.

Engage have now begun operations which includes the maintenance of the Port of Townsville’s pilot boat vessel ‘Mantaray’ and the safe transfer of marine pilots onto vessels arriving and departing into Abbot Point.

Engage Marine was also recently awarded the towage services contract for the Abbot Point operations by North Queensland Bulk Ports.

Engage Marine CEO, Mark Malone, said “we are pleased to be awarded this contract, which in conjunction with the towage services contract, will allow Engage Marine to deliver operational efficiencies to the port’s stakeholders at the Abbot Point terminal.”
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