#DidYouKnow - When #POSHArcadia and #POSHXanadu begin their charters with Petrobras later this year, it is the first time they'll be working together since their deliveries in China? Our commitment to providing excellent service to our trusted partners has never waivered, and we thank you for being on this journey with us. Fair winds and following seas to all!
Thanks to our efficient crew members for restoring POSH Defender in a safe and timely manner. She successfully completed demobilisation work in China and is now en-route to Singapore.
SINGAPORE, 18 June 2020 - Offshore marine services provider, PACC Offshore Services Holdings Ltd's ("POSH" or the "Group") accommodation vessel has been designated by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore ("MPA") to support crew changes for cargo ships calling in Singapore.
The Group has uniquely configured its accommodation vessel, POSH Bawean, for deployment at the Eastern Working Anchorage. The vessel will be used to house transit seafarers prior to their flights out of Singapore or sign-on for the next assignment for up to 48 hours. POSH Bawean has 52 rooms over four floors, with capacity to provide up to 178 guest beds.
This accommodation vessel enables seafarers to be repatriated safely given that many have spent extended periods out at sea due to COVID-19. Through the establishment of a "safe corridor", cargo ships calling in Singapore are now able to carry out crew changes whilst minimising public health risk.
Mr Lee Keng Lin, Chief Executive Officer, POSH, said, "The need for safe crew changes has become increasingly urgent against the global COVID-19 backdrop. As a Singapore-headquartered offshore marine solutions provider, we are deeply honoured to support MPA in enabling this industry-leading initiative.
With our proven track record in offshore accommodation, offshore hospitality management and access to Kuok (Singapore) Limited's broader maritime capabilities, we stand ready to serve the broader needs of our stakeholders and clients."
All transit seafarers onboard will follow health and safety measures set out by MPA, including minimising interaction and having temperature screenings twice a day with deep cleaning and disinfection of rooms upon occupants' checkout.
Ms Sandra Benny, POSH, Corporate Affairs and Business Development, +65 9815 5695, email@example.com
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About PACC Offshore Services Holdings ("POSH")
PACC Offshore Services Holdings ("POSH") is a leading solutions provider for offshore energy operations. Our key business segments include oil and gas, offshore renewables and subsea operations.
With a diversified fleet of approximately 100 vessels, our services include towage and installation support, offshore accommodation, construction support, harbour towage, as well as turnkey project management.
Through our POSH Kerry Renewables joint venture, we provide one-stop solutions for the offshore renewables sector, offering a suite of comprehensive services across the entire life cycle of offshore wind projects. POSH also provides an integrated suite of subsea services through POSH Subsea.
APPENDIX: POSH Bawean features and services
• POSH Bawean has 4 floors of accommodation as well as a galley, hospital and mess on the main deck
• There is a total of 52 cabins available, providing up to 178 guest beds
• Air conditioning
• Ensuite bathroom
• Work desk
• Bottled water
• Sanitiser and face masks
Laundry and cleaning:
• Daily general cleaning and disinfection of common areas
• Deep cleaning and disinfection of rooms after checkout
POSH Jaeger en route to Myanmar for supply duties. What a lovely sight. Wishing all our crew onboard fair winds and following seas!
Our POSH Gusto and POSH Gaia harbour tugs have set sail for Myanmar!
Given the travel restrictions amid COVID-19, it was no easy feat to get the crew for this charter, which will see the two 4,000 BHP vessels provide berthing & unberthing, towing and standby firefighting support for CNTIC and V-Power group in Myanmar waters.
We couldn’t have done this without the strong support from Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and our crew, as we managed to observe all required safety measures for crew changes in an efficient manner.
A safe voyage and a successful completion to all!