SECO participated in this year’s celebrations to mark the 70th annual world maritime day. The event organized by the Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) that was held at the Mama ngina drive, Mombasa and was graced by Mrs. Nancy Karigithu, the principal secretary: Maritime and shipping affairs. This year’s theme was ”IMO 70: Our Heritage- Better
Alpha Group well represented on the final day of the Tanzania Oil and Gas Congress at the Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro. The congress mainly focuses on the latest project updates and developments in the oil and gas industry in Tanzania and is the official platform promoting government and industry collaboration and also
SECO received a delegation of 60 engineers from all around Africa who paid us a courtesy visit at our shipyard in Mombasa, on the sidelines of the 5th Africa Engineering Week and the 3rd Africa Engineering Conference being held at the Pride Inn Paradise Beach Resort, Kenya. The conference whose main theme was “Harnessing the
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
SECO successfully completed geotechnical investigations at various sites on rivers, Athi and Thwake, located at the border of Kitui and Makueni Counties. The results of investigations will be used for the design of two steel bailey bridges by China Gezhouba Group Co., Ltd. The scope of work included the drilling of 16 boreholes on the
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.