Jhonlin Marine Trans has invested in a Beagle 4 and a Beaver 65 from IHC Dredging. Both vessels will be delivered from stock. Delivery is expected in mid-2024.

Jhonlin Marine Trans is the marine subsidiary of Jhonlin Group, one of the largest companies in Indonesia under the ownership of Mr. Samsudin Andi Arsyad. The signing of the contract is an important first step in the collaboration of the two companies to develop the dredging capacity of Jhonlin Marine Trans.

‘We are grateful that Jhonlin and Mr. Isam have put their faith in IHC Dredging in developing their dredging capacity,’ says Rangga Rishar Saputra, Country Manager Indonesia for Royal IHC. ‘The investment in the Beagle 4 and Beaver 65 as the first purchase from IHC Dredging is a significant commitment. We look forward to building what we hope will be a long term partnership as we work together to develop their dredging capacity.’

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Beagle and Beaver dredgers

The Beagle 4 is part of a series of trailing suction hopper dredgers with a proven design, designed for a wide range of dredging operations and known for high efficiency and maximum deployability. The Beagle 4 has a hopper capacity of 4000 m3 and can dredge to a depth of 25 metres.

Known for its fuel efficiency, low maintenance costs and extreme productivity at all dredging depths, the Beaver 65 is the largest of the standard cutter suction dredgers. The Beaver 65 has a 650 mm pipe diameter and can dredge to a maximum depth of 18 metres. The Beaver 65 for Jhonlin will be extended to a maximum dredging depth of 25 metres.

Picture: Contract signing Jhonlin Marine Trans at IHC Dredging.

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