Aibel celebrated the completion of the huge 6,000 tons module in October 2012, after a year and a half of intense activity and heavy lifting. Employees and invited guests visited the yard in Laem Chabang in Thailand to celebrate the completion of the project.
Ceo of Aibel AS Jan Skogseth said in a speech, “I want to thank everyone who contributed to a good project in Thailand. This is an important project that demonstrates how well Aibel can collaborate across many parts of the organisation.”
The Gudrun modules that have been built in Thailand are complete and ready for the journey to Haugesund. Aibel is now writing a little piece of history. Gudrun is the largest platform module that has ever been built at the yard in Laem Chabang, as well as being the largest project ever transported in Thailand.
To mark the achievement of such a significant milestone, representatives of the Norwegian Embassy, Statoil’s Gudrun management and Aibel management are joining the celebration, Thai-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce and several of its board members were present at the celebration.