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Parsian launches Rostami floating concrete fishery dock

posted Oct 8, 2012, 8:35 AM by Cyrus Jyane   [ updated Oct 28, 2012, 8:35 AM ]
Parsian Group announces launching a new fishery offloading dock in Rostami harbour, in Bushehr province, Iran.

Offloading dock in Rostami port, made of 125 ton reinforced concrete pontoons with stainless steel mooring system
The 144 sq.m (1550 sq. feet) offloading fishery dock, concrete pontoon and marine-grade stainless-steel gangway and mooring system
Persian Gulf, Sep. 2012


The latest fishery port in Persian Gulf has already changed the fishery business in this small town in the northern shore of Persian Gulf.
The 12x12 meter dock made of 9 concrete pontoons of 4x4 (1550 square feet) will serve fishing vessels up to 40' to load and offload their supply and catch with greater ease and safety.

125 ton floating concrete pontoons, Persian Gulf

Featuring the heaviest floating concrete dock in Persian Gulf, this 125 ton monster is integrated into the newly renovated fishery harbour of Rostami with two marine-grade stainless steel truss-arm and through a 15x2 m gangway made of stainless steel materials.

Floating concrete offloading dock (far right) and pair of floating parkings (left) Designed, manufactured and launched by Parsian Group, Persian Gulf, Sep. 2012 Click on the photo to enlarge

Floating concrete offloading dock (far right) and pair of floating parkings (left)
Designed, manufactured and launched by Parsian Group, Persian Gulf, Sep. 2012

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Equipped with 17 stainless steel bollard and protected by D-type fenders of processed rubber, the dock can serve 3x40' fishing gears or 6x20' fishing boats simultaneously.

PT
PTO: Delegates from Iran Fishery Org, Supervising engineers and Parsian Group, Rostami fishing harbour, Persian Gulf



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