Bridon wins huge Nigeria cables deal

Wire rope manufacturer Bridon has won a major contract to supply mooring cables for an oil field off the coast of Nigeria.

Bridon received the contract from Samsung Heavy Industries, located in South Korea, to supply mooring cables for the Egina oil field.

Andy Dodwell, Bridon’s commercial director, said: “This demonstrates another significant achievement in our manufacturing capabilities, being the longest mooring cable Bridon has manufactured for more than a decade. Samsung Heavy Industries placing their confidence in us for this critical project mooring demonstrates Bridon’s position and status in technology leadership.”

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