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AMSOL EMPLOYEE SHARE SCHEME CREATES VALUE

Around 370 AMSOL employees are reaping the benefits of a payout created through the company’s employee share ownership scheme, with many owning shares for the very first time. The scheme, introduced in 2016, has developed into a catalyst…

AFTER THE STORM: AMSOL IN MOZAMBIQUE

When Cyclone Idai made landfall at Beira in Mozambique, it wreaked havoc and caused major damage and disruption, impacting the lives of thousands of people. The AMSOL team onboard the tug ‘Save River’, situated in the Port of Beira, assisted…

ENVIRONMENT FIRST: FUEL TRANSFERS ALONG THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN COAST

Ship-to-Ship (STS) transfer operations refer to the transfer of product between two vessels positioned alongside one another either at sea or in port. AMSOL personnel frequently manage oil and gas transfer operations along the  Southern …

BUSY START TO 2019 FOR ETV ‘S.A. AMANDLA’

In partnership with the South African Department of Transport (DOT) and the South African Maritime Safety Authority (SAMSA), AMSOL provides an essential service to the maritime sector with the availability of the tug ‘S.A. Amandla’, stationed…

MANAGING MARINE CIVIL PROJECTS

AMSOL recently completed a Marine Civils project in the Port of Cape Town whereby sections of an existing revetment wall were rehabilitated. The project, which commenced in late 2017, included design and conceptual modelling to mitigate the…