Cochin Shipyard Ltd Signs 5 Year AMC for Coastal Police Interceptor Boats with Kerala Police
Deepthi | Myequity news | Date : 09-01-2019 15:40:00 IST
Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) today inked an Annual Maintenance Contract with the Kerala Coastal Police for the repairs & maintenance of 23 Nos of Coastal Interceptor Boats based over 18 Coastal Police stations being operated by the state Coastal Police. The AMC Agreement, with an intended validity of 5 years, is expected to help the force in keeping these assets operational and reducing downtime.
The AMC Agreement was signed by Shri Sreejith KN, General Manager (SR), CSL and Shri KP Philip, IPS, DIG, Coastal Security, in the presence of Shri Madhu S Nair, CMD CSL, Shri Vijay Sakhare, IPS, IG of Police, and other senior officials of CSL & Kerala Police.About Cochin Shipyard Limited:
Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) is the largest shipbuilding and maintenance facility in India. It is part of a line of maritime-related facilities in the port-city of Kochi, in the state of Kerala, India. Of the services provided by the shipyard are building platform supply vessels and double-hulled oil tankers. Presently it is building the first range of indigenous aircraft carriers for the Indian Navy, the Vikrant-class aircraft carriers. Cochin Shipyard was incorporated in 1972 as a Government of India company, with the first phase of facilities coming online in 1982. The company has Miniratna status. The yard has facilities to build vessels up to 1.1 million tons and repair vessels up to 1.25 million tons, the largest such facilities in India.