Brunei to boost maritime industry

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Brunei portThe Brunei government plans to enhance the maritime industry in the nation and had the Marine Department on February 9 sign an agreement with project consulting firm Hamidon and Associates, which was awarded the $1 million project to do a maritime master plan. The work is estimated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2013.

Hamidon & Associates will undertake a feasibility study and environmental impact assessment on a number of projects under the Maritime Master Plan, including the expansion of channels in Muara and Pulau Muara Besar. The local consultancy firm is further expected to propose strategies in line with the current status of the project implementation and to increase maritime security as well as safety in Brunei.

Hamidon & Associates will also identify the maritime industry’s requirements for sectors such as ship management, marine insurance, offshore engineering, marine equipment suppliers and the upgrading of  transportation services. According to a press statement, Brunei’s Maritime Master Plan is a project under the 10th National Development Plan.

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The Brunei government plans to enhance the maritime industry in the nation and had the Marine Department on February 9 sign an agreement with project consulting firm Hamidon and Associates, which was awarded the $1 million project to do a maritime master plan. The work is estimated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2013.

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Brunei portThe Brunei government plans to enhance the maritime industry in the nation and had the Marine Department on February 9 sign an agreement with project consulting firm Hamidon and Associates, which was awarded the $1 million project to do a maritime master plan. The work is estimated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2013.

Hamidon & Associates will undertake a feasibility study and environmental impact assessment on a number of projects under the Maritime Master Plan, including the expansion of channels in Muara and Pulau Muara Besar. The local consultancy firm is further expected to propose strategies in line with the current status of the project implementation and to increase maritime security as well as safety in Brunei.

Hamidon & Associates will also identify the maritime industry’s requirements for sectors such as ship management, marine insurance, offshore engineering, marine equipment suppliers and the upgrading of  transportation services. According to a press statement, Brunei’s Maritime Master Plan is a project under the 10th National Development Plan.

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