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Fleet & position

Tug "Southwind" PJJQ
Position: Amsterdam
Open: November 2013
BP: 43  BHP: 3200
Tug "Northwind" PJUH

Position: Rotterdam
Open: November 2013

BP: 43t  BHP: 3200

Tug "North" PJUN

Position: East Med
Open: january 2014
BP: 28  BHP: 2000
Tug "South" PJKE

Position: East Med: Feb 2014

BP: 32  BHP: 2400  

Tug "West" PJRI

Position: Angola
Open:December 2013
BP: 32 Abt. BHP: 2400
Tug "East" PJHW

Position: Douala

Open: November 2013

BP: 32  BHP: 2400
Tug "Compass" PJRP

Position: Tampico
Open: Ely March 2014
BP: 50  BHP: 3600

Oil price

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AVRA opens office in Singapore welcomes commercial manager Asia
Avra Shipping Group is pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Singapore. The office is located at 12A Jalan Samulun, which is in the centre of the busy offshore and maritime industry in Singapore. Opening an office in Singapore furthers Avra's strategy of expanding our business in Asia. Located at the cross roads of Asia, Singapore offers a strategic position for business opportunities and to further serve our clients in the region. Avra Towage Singapore Pte Ltd will be represented by Ms. Ju Lin, Tan in the position of Commercial Manager Asia. Ju Lin will be responsible for marketing and contracting of Avra's tugs, in addition to growing Avra's market share in Asia. Details of our Singapore office are as below: Avra Singapore Pte Ltd 12A Jalan Samulun Singapore 629131 Tel: +65 62646829 Fax: +65 65915289
East carried out salvage
In January, the East went from Southern Africa to Mauritius to collect a tow for destination Norway. Whilst enroute, the vessel was contracted to pick up a vessel with engine problems. In high seas, the East succesfully hooked up and safely delivered the fishing vessel at Port Louis.
West to India
The West has been contracted to take a vessel from the Indian Ocean to the breakers in India. She will available for work from mid February onwards in Alang.

Positions Fleet

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