The oil platform Stena Icemax, consigned by the company Hamilton & Cía, will stay two months in the Port of Cartagena to carry out operations of tuning and routine repairs of some of its equipment with personnel, workshops and local suppliers, informed sources of the company .
The structure, belonging to the shipping company Stena Drilling, docked on March 14 after four hours of maneuvers. Once the project is completed, the Stena Icemax, coming from Cyprus, will head to Ireland for a drilling project.
Hamilton y Cia is a pioneer in the offshore industry, offering the Port of Cartagena as a safe port to carry out this type of operation with floating devices of this size. In this way, it is strategically committed to the Region of Murcia, contributing to the dynamism of both the local and regional business fabric.
The Stema Icemax Platform is part of a series of platforms that will allow positioning the Port of Cartagena in the offshore sector. In 2018 a first operation was carried out with the Tungsten Explorer (currently DS11), later with the Transocean International 706 and currently with the Stena Icemax.
Both the port authorities and Hamilton and Cia. Have a firm conviction to establish Cartagena as a safe harbor in the offshore sector. Hamilton y Cia belongs to the shipping company holding company Transcoma Shipping.