Alpha Logistics Services (EPZ) Ltd (ALSL) recently salvaged SI HANG YUN SHA 1, a self-propelled hopper split vessel, which was grounded on the reef opposite Nyali beach hotel, off the Indian Ocean coast the last week of May.
With the expertise of the ALSL salvage team and tug boats, the vessel was successfully removed from the reef without any damage on the hull and was escorted to safe anchorage at the port of Mombasa.
Alpha Logistics has a 24/7 emergency response team with tug boats on standby at the port of Mombasa and is able to respond to any vessel emergencies across the East African coast.
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Alpha Pina recently delivered a work barge from Durban, South Africa to Mombasa, Kenya. Both the barge and its cargo were delivered safely without any damages after 20 days at sea.
Alpha Logistics Services (EPZ) Ltd is committed to offering towage services backed with the highest marine safety standards.
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Alpha Logistics Services (EPZ) Ltd just took delivery of the tug Alpha Granada (40 T Bollard Pull tug, 3200 HP, BV Class, 2008 Built) from Indonesia. This is another step forward to renew and add more capacity to the existing fleet of Alpha Logistics operating in East Africa.
During her transit to the East African Coast, Alpha Granada will deliver a vessel to Chittagong (Bangladesh) and will be looking for other opportunities of towage in the area.
Alpha Granada will be available for towage & salvage as well as support for survey programs (with a clear deck space of 120 SQM / 8T per SQM deck strength and 395 KL of Fuel Tank capacity)
Alpha Logistics has been awarded the towage of Cutter Suction Dredger which shall undertake the dredging of the new Lamu port as well as the towage of other barges to support the project. Sparrow Hawk AHTS delivered, on the 12th October, the CSD from China Communication Construction Company Ltd in Lamu port. The CSD was towed from Mombasa to start dredging Lamu Port, for the first phase of the LAPSSET project
Our tug Alpha Pina delivered 2 barges in Lamu on the 8th October for China Communication Construction Company. These barges were towed from Mombasa. This is one more step towards the start of the construction work of the first berth of Lamu new port, part of the LAPSSET Corridor project. Alpha Logistics is proudly supporting this major project in Kenya.
Alpha Logistics Services Ltd and Southern Engineering Company recently successfully launched the first IACS CERTIFIED barge in East Africa, Alpha 2500, with a dead weight tonnage of 2500.
The new addition to our existing fleet of work boats and vessels will continue to facilitate marine contracting and project support in civil marine projects throughout East and South Africa.
To view the launch click https://youtu.be/LthaqDS9nDo
Alpha logistics has just started a feeder service from Dar Es Salaam to Tanga with Alpha Kirawira. This will be a weekly departure from each port. Possibility to stop in Zanzibar on inducement.
Alpha Logistics can also position aditionnal tonnage from Mombasa on request.
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