MV Ukombozi, a 74 m oil tanker with a dead weight of 2288 Tons, has successfully undergone major steel and machinery repairs, blasting and painting of all its cargo oil tanks at our floating dock in Mombasa, Kenya. From dry docking to voyage repairs to major refits along the east and southern coast of Africa,
SECO’s Kobelco 250T crane loading spuds onto a truck at the SECO jetty. The 47m vertical steel shafts known as spuds, belong to Alphahek 1, a modular jack-up barge with a load capacity of 250T designed for specialized offshore activities i.e. piling, geotechnical investigations and also wreck removal. The spuds will undergo blasting and repainting
Meet our new guest! Alpha K, a self-propelled bunker barge, successfully slipped up for routine maintenance and repair works. The SECO shipyard in Mombasa prides itself on its ability to provide full service in the modernization and maintenance of all classes of ships, and that extends from the most modern ships to conventional vessels.
SECO has just been certified as an inspection service provider for class vessels by RINA. This is after the successful execution of the service demonstration test performed at the SECO shipyard, Mombasa. Companies providing inspection and testing services which are mandatorily requested by class rules or international regulation need to have a specific organization, with
Southern Engineering Co. Ltd (SECO) has been awarded the contract to construct the new Kisumu Oil Jetty for Kenya Pipeline Company Limited (KPC). The Kisumu Oil Jetty will help Kenya Pipeline Company Limited (KPC) improve the movement of bulk liquid oil products. The construction work will cover a period of 6 months and will include the
Southern Engineering Co. Ltd (SECO) is currently undertaking a fuel tank refurbishment project for its client, Prime Fuels. The tanks will be used in the movement of bulk liquid oil products. SECO offers fuel depot construction and rehabilitation services, tank repairs and maintenance services, tank modifications and full tank inspection services. Our certified engineers also provide analysis and design support on
SECO and GEOMA Mozambique, under a joint venture (JV), has successfully completed a major series of geotechnical investigations at the port of Mombasa under a contract awarded by TradeMark East Africa. The investigations covered berth 1-14, the lighter Quay and the Mbaraki wharf. The contract involved gathering of soil and core samples and also soil