Vallianz Holdings, an integrated offshore marine solutions provider in the offshore oil and gas industry, is bidding for offshore projects, worth more than $1.2bn, in Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East.

The company will offer a variety of offshore vessels to conduct services, including platform supply run services, anchor handling and supply services, accommodation services and salvage support services, to major international and national oil and gas companies, for the projects.

The bids are expected to expand the fleet size by an additional 24 vessels, to be delivered by the company within the next two years.

"The bids are expected to expand the fleet size by an additional 24 vessels, to be delivered by the company within the next two years."

The fleet includes platform supply vessels (PSV), anchor handling tugs with supply capability vessels (AHTS), multi-purpose vessels (MPVs) and anchor handling tug vessels (AHT).

Meanwhile, Vallianz has signed a collaboration agreement with one of China’s first-class international shipbuilding enterprises.

Under the agreement, Vallianz will provide market intelligence, including future trends and engineering specifications and requirements for up to 200 new vessels ranging from AHTS, PSV, MPV and accommodation work vessels.

Vallianz executive director and CEO Darren Yeo said: "The strategic collaboration with the shipyard enhances Vallianz’s capability to plan ahead and the nimbleness to provide marine vessels in a timely manner so as to swiftly capitalise on the industry’s burgeoning growth opportunities.

"Apart from pursuing projects that bring medium and long-term charters, another of Vallianz’s strategy for growth is to expand its asset base with the best offshore marine vessels in the market."

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