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KASEL’S TRACK RECORD
Kasel has chalked up an impressive track record in a whole range of salvage jobs around the world.

SALVAGE HIGHLIGHTS

• Endah Lestari


When: June 2001
Where: Malaysia

Project:
The 750 dwt motor tanker capsized and sank off Pasir Gudang in Johore, Malaysia. Kasel Salvage carried out the discharging of the deadly phenol liquid into a lightering tanker. The Endah Lestari was uprighted and lifted with floating sheerlegs. It was then towed and redelivered to owners in Palembang, Indonesia.
Contract: Lump sum – no cure, no pay.

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• Leuser 

 

When: January 1998
Where: Indonesia

Project:
This 6,000 grt passenger ship sank after a collision on the Mahakam River near Samarinda, Indonesia. It was refloated in 63 days before being towed to P.T. Karimun Sembawang Shipyard (Indonesia).
Contract: Lump sum no cure, no pay with 100-day ceiling.

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• Kapitan Shvetsov

When: January 1996
Where: Thailand

Project:
The 7,000 dwt motor tanker sank after a collision at the Bar Channel in Bangkok, Thailand.
Contract: Lump sum – no cure, no pay.

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