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Comarco offers a variety of services, both singular and integrated, to leading local and international companies, on a turnkey or stand alone basis.
Comarco owns the largest fleet of tugs, AHTS's, OSVs, Work Platforms, Cargo Barges, Flat Top Barges and Utility Vessels in East and Southern Africa.Powered VesselsUnpowered Vessels
01 October 2019
Anglo African Agriculture PLC announces that it is today posting a circular to shareholders (the "Circular") and a form of proxy in relation to a general meeting of the Company (the "General Meeting") to be convened to consolidate existing ordinary shares at 20 for 1 into new ordinary ...
9 July 2019
Comarco Group has obtained the consent of the Kenya Revenue Authority to gazette its Mombasa port area as an entry and export area for customs purposes by the Commissioner of Customs and Border. This will open up considerable business opportunities for the Comarco Group in future.
10 June 2019
Comarco is pleased to announce that it has signed conditional share purchase agreements to sell the entire issued share capital of all the companies within the Comarco Group that are based in Kenya and engaged in the port and marine logistics business (the "Proposed Acquisition").
Anglo African Agriculture Plc (AAA) is a London Stock Exchange Main Board listed trading company with an African focus.
The oil field equipment was stored, serviced and repaired at Comarco Supply Base EPZ, loaded across the private wharf and destined to work moving rigs in Kuwait.
Comarco has been contracted by JGH Marine of Denmark to assemble and install three mooring buoys in Kilindini Harbour, Mombasa. The buoys were fabricated by JGH Marine to upgrade vessel mooring capacity for ...
Comarco has been contracted to deliver 4,500 cbm of seismic equipment from Mombasa, Kenya to the Port of Berbera, Somaliland for BGP, one of the world’s leading geophysical service companies.
Comarco has been contracted by renowned salvage company Resolve Marine to provide resources, including tug Comarco Buzzard, heavy duty ballast barge Comarco 2801, 100t mobile crane, submersible pumps, generators, lighting sets and other salvage equipment.
A train carrying mixed cargo de-railed whilst heading out of the Port of Mombasa to the Nairobi terminus, on the only bridge heading off the Mombasa Island onto the Mainland Kenya. The bridge also carries a 2.5 Foot diameter main water pipe that supplies the Island with water, running high volume and relatively high pressure, along the top of the bridge line making this a very sensitive area.
The project has been sanctioned by the Office of the Prime Minister in order to provide safe and reliable docking facilities for the island's fishing and passenger boats. The island has a relatively small population of not more than 1000 people; but it has significant importance to the economy of Tanzania as a consequence of the discover and extraction natural gas, both from onshore and offshore platforms ...
Comarco are nearing the completion of the crane construction contract for Liebherr Crane Company at the Comarco Supply Base. Comarco have been providing the personnel, lifting equipment (with the assistance of two Hareket cranes) and space required to fabricate the cranes as well as the barge (Comarco 2801) and tugs (Buzzard and Merlin) needed to move the cranes from the Comarco ...
On 14th July 2015 Comarco, Tz were awarded the contract by Tanzania Ports Authority for the rehabilitation, fendering and installation of cathodic protection to Quay No 2 at Tanga under a ‘Design and Build’ agreement. The existing quay surface will be removed, the area excavated, the sheet piles cut off below the water line and replaced with custom fabricated sheets that will be tied in by way ....
Comarco has recently completed a contract for The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations for the deployment of 25 Fish Aggregating Devices, commonly known as FADS, along the coastline of Somalia. Designed to generate high density fish populations, the FADS will boost Somalia’s small scale artisanal fishermen and tackle food insecurity and unemployment.
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