The electrical and instrumentation specialist has signed an agreement with Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard (ASRY) to offer its services from the yard in the Arabian Gulf.

ASRY and Relayt Engineering representatives at the specialised service agreement signing

ASRY and Relayt Engineering representatives at the specialised service agreement signing

The service agreement is part of Project Jupiter, ASRY’s initiative aimed at turning the yard into a “leading hub of specialised on-site contractors”. Relay Engineering will serve the yard’s main clientele of navy vessels, jack-up rigs and barges.



Nils Kristian Berge, CEO of ASRY said: “With Relay Engineering, we take another step to providing the most comprehensive range of repair and maintenance services to our customers. Our goal of being the region’s one-stop shop for maritime maintenance is drawing closer.”



Magdy Moustafa, procurement & contracts general manager at ASRY added: “The agreement is a good sign that we are continuing to move on the right track ensuring presence of more and more specialized service providers in the yard on long-term basis under Project Jupiter”.



Under Project Jupiter, ASRY has brought several leading contractors to Manama, including Wilhelmsen Ship Services, ABB, MAN Diesel & Turbo, Goltens and many others.