Rosetti Marino and Petrojet cooperating for a new shipyard in Egypt
The Ravenna-based group are discussing the opportunity to jointly work on a new project in the port of Alexandria
Italy’s Rosetti Marino shipyard and Egyptian Epc contractor Petrojet are in advanced discussion in order to consider potential cooperation in shipbuilding particularly in regards to Petrojet’s marine-manufacturing site in Alexandria.
That’s what emerge after the head of the Egyptian company, Salah Ismail, met with the Ceo of Rosetti Marino, Oscar Guerra, to discuss ways to expand current collaboration between the two firms, both within and without Egypt.
Ravenna–based Rosetti Marino is an integrated group of EPCI companies operating in oil&gas, petrochemical, shipbuilding, offshore&onshore sectors.
Petrojet is a state-owned multidisciplinary integrated contractor founded in Egypt in 1975 to be the construction arm of the Egyptian Petroleum sector. As of today the company is recognized as a leading regional EPC Contractor with a strong portfolio covering various businesses like oil, gas, chemical, petrochemical, power, industrial and infrastructure projects.
Petrojet also owns a large fleet of modern construction equipment, world-class fabrication facilities for process equipment, offshore fabrication yards and pipe coating facilities.