Southern Engineering Co. Ltd (SECO) has been awarded a contract to deliver a newly built modular Jack Up Barge to be named ‘ALPHAHEK 1′ with a maximum payload capacity of 240 tons. The Jack Up Barge is an order from ALPHAHEK Ltd, a joint venture company between Alpha Logistics Services (EPZ) Ltd and Vanthek International.
SECO and GEOMA Mozambique, under a joint venture (JV), has successfully completed a major series of geotechnical investigations at the port of Mombasa under a contract awarded by TradeMark East Africa. The investigations covered berth 1-14, the lighter Quay and the Mbaraki wharf. The contract involved gathering of soil and core samples and also soil
SECO’s continuous commitment to customer satisfaction has been strengthened with the upgrade of their ISO 9001:2008 certification to the new ISO 9001:2015 standard for its business and quality management systems. The ISO 9001:2015 certification was awarded by international accreditors SGS. ISO 9001 is the internationally recognized standard for the quality management of businesses and helps organisations demonstrate
The construction of a research vessel for its client Energy Development Corporation Limited (EDCL) of Rwanda has kicked off. The specifications for this Bureau Veritas class research vessel includes an overall length of 16 meters. The vessel will be deployed in Lake Kivu, Rwanda to support various research activities currently being conducted under the Lake
SECO has began a major series of geotechnical investigations at the port of Mombasa under a contract awarded by TradeMark East Africa. The investigations will cover berth 1-14, the lighter Quay and the Mbaraki wharf. The contract involves gathering of soil and core samples and also soil chemical analysis under the supervision of Inros Lackner. This is for the purpose of
The Principal Secretary, Wilson Nyakera Irungu, recently visited SECO accompanied by senior officials from the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA). The visit highlighted the strong capacity of local company expertise and reasserted our position as one of the leading infrastructure and marine engineering companies in Kenya. This visit came at a time when SECO unveiled the Alpha 2500,
Southern Engineering Company (SECO) has unveiled Alpha 2500, which is the largest locally built marine vessel that meets internationally recognized IRCLASS standards.The 65m barge has a capacity of 2500 dead weight tonnage and will be deployed for use in the transportation of heavy machinery and marine projects cargo along the East African coast.The owner of
The ferry that is worth KES310m took eight months to build and was made from locally sourced materials starting from fabrication, carpentry, plumbing, paint and electronics. Speaking at the pre-launch ceremony, SECO General Manager, Omri Cohen said “This project is in fact a living proof that large scope projects in the maritime industry and other