Mainport wins €10m deal with French firm

Cork company Mainport Holdings has secured a four-year contract worth US$13million (€10 million) with French company Compagnie Generale de Geophysique (CGG).

3rd February, 2007

Cork company Mainport Holdings has secured a four-year contract worth US$13million (€10 million) with French company Compagnie Generale de Geophysique (CGG).

Under the terms of the deal, Mainport will deploy a newly acquired offshore supply vessel, Mainport Oak, to provide support services to CGG seismic vessels stationed off the coast of Brazil.

Mainport purchased the Mainport Oak from US shipping giant Seacor last week at a cost of US$6 million (€4.6 million). It is...

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