Smit Lamnalco

June 26, 2012

Following the 2011 acquisition of Smit’s terminal and anchor handling tug supply activities by Lamnalco, the marines services group has been officially rebranded Smit Lamnalco. Chief executive Daan Koornneef said the new identity reflected the extent of the turnkey services offered by the expanded group across the oil and gas sectors. ‘By combining, we have significantly extended our reach in the FPSO and LNG sectors, in line with our target of becoming the leading supplier of cost effective marine support services in the world,’ he added. Royal Boskalis Westminster and The Rezayat Group of Saudi Arabia each continue to own 50% shares in Smit Lamnalco.



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