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DECLARATION

I am NITHIYA PRAKKASH S/O SEGARAN, College Matrix Num: ME


20120705501, IC Num: 940719055257 has completed the industrial training for a
period of six months at MATAS ELETRIC SDN BHD. The starts from February
10th,2014 until ended successfully on the August 9th,2014

(NITHIYA PRAKKASH S/O SEGARAN)


ME 20120705501
DIPLOMA IN MARITIME TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING

COORDINATOR
INDUSTRY TRAINING COURSES
DIPLOMA OF ENGINEERING

..
(MISS NURFADILATUL KASSIM)

ABSTRACT

Industrial training is the training of student to work in an industry to learn


working skills, industrial environments and work efficiency before complete their
diploma course. Its also giving a opportunity to the student learn more about
regulation and work procedure in the industry. Most of student the student equipped
theoretically even they do not the way to use all the theories. Use this opportunity to
apply the knowledge in industrial training. By doing practically in the industry
training, student able get overcome the lot of problems that they faced. All these
situations will make the students become more experienced and gallant. They also
can manage the assignment giving to them and also increase their thinking level. I
hope with all exposure about this industrial training I can achieve the goals and
objectives that have been set where it accomplish this course.

APPRECIATION

I am NITHIYA PRAKKASH S/O SEGARAN (ME 20120705501), student of


Diploma in Maritime Technology Engineering of Ranaco Education and Training
Institute (RETI), would like to take this opportunity to thanking to Industrial
Exchange Department and Engineering Department of Ranaco Education and
Training Institute for giving me this opportunities to undertake industrial training
outside campus area.
Firstly, a big thank you goes to Madam. Baizura , as industrial training coordinator,
for giving me guidance and assistance in the process of preparing this report.
For this opportunity, I would like to express my appreciation to Matas Electric Sdn
Bhd on willingness to accept my industrial training in their company and give
guidance to me in the past 6 months in the company. In addition, I feel proud to have
been given full trust by the company to carry out the tasks given to me. Here, I would
like to express our appreciation to all the staff especially Mr. Devadass as project
engineer and Mr. Mohan as my supervisor who are often ready to spend time
providing guidance and mentoring me in solving problems that I faced during the
training industry. They give a lot of encouragement and positive comments to my
field of work.
Finally, all the good deeds that have been given to me for this, I will remember,
cherish exprience forever. In addition, I also would like to thank all the RETI lectures
and all who are involved directly or indirectly during my Industrial Training. I also
would like to ask for forgiveness if there are any mistakes that I have done during the
period of Industrial Training.
Thank you.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Pages

DECLARATION

ABSTRACT

APPRECIATION

LIST OF FIGURE

4-6

LISTOF CHART

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Introduction

1.2 Definition of the industry training

1.3 The Training Goal

1.4 Objective of the Industrial Training

1.5 Scope of Industrial Training

1.6 the Importance of Industry Training

1.7 Objectives Report

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CHAPTER II COMPANY PROFILE


2.1 Introduction

10

2.2 Company History

11

2.3 Our Corporative Information

12-13

2.4 Organization Chart

14

2.5 Business Location

15

2.6 Business Division

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CHAPTER III (INSUDTRIAL TRAINING)


3.1

Introduction of Rubbber Tyred Gantry Crane

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3.1.1

Disconnect and secure the cable

18

3.1.2

Laying new cables

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3.1.3

Glanding for new cable

19-20

3.1.4

Termination

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3.1.5

Completed job for the RTG

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3.2

Introduction of IMT Helideck ILED lighting system

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3.2.1

Marking and positioning the Circle-H

23-27

3.2.2

Installation of IMT Helideck Circle-H lighting

27-29

CHAPTER IV
CONCLUSION

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CHAPTER V
5.0

Comment & Suggestions

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5.1

Comment during the Company Matas Electric

31-32

5.2

Proposal

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REFERENCES

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APPENDICES
LIST OF FIGURE
3:1

RTG view

3.2 -3.3 Removing cable trunks with marking

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3.4

Ten 32mm^2 size of hole with gland at engine plane

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3.5

A 32mm^2 and 25mm^2 size of hole gland at Diesel panel

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3.6

A 32mm^2 and 25mm^2 size of hole at CP1/CP2

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3.7

Termination of junction box

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3.8

Termination 3 MCCB cables to new engine panel

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3.9

The picture of refurbish RTG Crane

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3.10

Positioning the mounting brackets on the sketch circle

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3.11

Positioning the mounting brackets on the sketch circle-H

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3.12

Two speed magnetic drill machine

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3.13

Methacrylate Adhesive

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3.14

Glue Surround the mounting brackets

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3.15

Primer/Conditioner

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3.16

ILED Aquarius light on H

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3.17

ILED Aquarius light on Circle-H

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3.18

Copper Grease

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3.19

Junction box of IMT Helideck lighting system

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LIST OF CHARTS
Our Corporative Information

13-14

Organization Chart

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Business Location & Divisions

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CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

1.1 Introduction
The industrial training is a mandatory for all students in Ranaco Education and
Training Institute (RETI). It aims to open the minds of Students on the operation time
in the workplace. Through industrial training, students see the concepts of maritime,
port, oil & gas. Then safety awareness can be learned at the institute also given in the
working process and by industrial organization. It will also develop and enhanced the
skills of the students, especially under the guidance of industry professionals.
Accordingly, the Industrial Training plays as a point of preparation to enable a
student engages in a profession related to their chosen fields.

1.2 Definition of the industry training


Industrial Training is training experienced by students in the organization/ company
related to the field of maritime, port, oil & gas, healthcare jobs within a specified time
frame to get the real experience by practicing what they have learned at the institute.

1.3 The Training Goal


Industrial Training goal is to give knowledge for students in term of practically in the
industry / company in line with the relevant institutes produce graduates who have the
skills and expertise to meet the needs of the country.

1.4 Objectives of the Industrial Training


i.

The objective of the training acquired from other industries including :

ii.

Develop students to become outstanding graduates are always openminded, innovative , intelligent communication and competitive ,

iii.

To expose students to real-life situations the operation , development


and management in the workplace.

iv.

Provide opportunities for students to participate as a member in


completing projects or assignments something development projects in
the time frame specified ,

v.

To provide experiences for students to learn and solve problems


encountered while working , and able to contribute their thoughts on
the quality of the organization,

vi.

To enable students and institutions to gain exposure to the latest


technologies and systems that are being used by outside organizations.

vii.

To provide opportunities for the organization and training of the


industry and identify the local authority will institute graduates ,

viii.

Got feedback for monitoring the quality of education at the institute,


and to motivate students to improve academic achievement after the
training period.

1.5 Scope of Industrial Training


Organizations / companies offering Industrial Training to the students
must be able to train them in maritime and health aspects in practical
employment. The terms of reference are recommended:

i.

Become a member of maritime development projects, ports, oil & gas,


health, conduct suitability studies, analysis, design, installation,
maintenance and valuation and risk management.

ii.

Perform troubleshooting maritime, ports, oil & gas as well as


occupational health and control of network systems and research and
development as well as risk management.

iii.

Perform analysis, design and implementation using the latest


technology and equipment for the purpose of improving quality and
productivity.
In addition, the organization / company has a responsibility to give the
winner a chance for students to experience the outstanding staff and be
able to:

1.6 The importance of industry training


i.

To train the students to adapt in real jobs.

ii.

Students practice with a given job.

iii.

Make a student more independent when performing their duties.

iv.

To train students to increase their skills and knowledge in their


working field.

v.

Make students creative and innovative to problem solving

vi.

Improve good qualities such as patience, honesty and responsibility

1.7 Objectives Report


In general, the report produced industrial training is aimed at:

i.

To train students to make a presentation and explain the task done by


student in training period.

ii.

Serve as a reference and guide students during the actual working


environment.

iii.

Outcome knowledge of students with itself with the practical.

iv.

To train students to produce a complete report about something they


have learned.

v.

Train students to the world of work by the appropriate courses in their


respective fields.

vi.

To expose students to real-life situations the operation, development


and management in the workplace.

vii.

Giving students the opportunity to participate as a member in


completing projects or assignments something development projects in
the time frame specified.

viii.

Experience for the students to learn and solve problems encountered


while working and able to contribute their thoughts on the quality of
the organization.

ix.

Provide opportunities for the organization and training of the industry


and identify the local authority will institute graduates.

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CHAPTER II
COMPANY PROFILE

MATAS ELECTRIC SDN BHD


(989892-W)
(Office & Workshop)
No.52, Jalan Ara 2,
Taman Rinting, Masai,
81750, Johor Bahru,
Johor, Malaysia
Phone: 607 - 554 5230
Fax: +607 - 556 6746
Email: office@matas.com.my
Web: www.matas.com.my

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COMPANY HISTORY

MATAS ELECTRIC SDN.BHD was


incorporated in 1995 by experience professionals
to participate and contribute to the growth of the
Malaysian Industries.
MATAS ELECTRIC is a wholly
owned private limited company is a progressive
and pro-active contractor providing quality
Electrical, Instrumentation & Control and
Mechanical work to Industrial, Oil & Gas, Marine
and Offshore Industry.

MATAS ELECTRIC SDN.BHD


capabilities include Engineering, Procurement,
Construction, Installation, Testing and
Commissioning services and our high qualified
allow us to bring most complex requirements.

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MATAS ELECTRIC CORPORATIVE INFORMATION

MATAS ELECTRIC SDN BHD


NAME OF
COMPANY

989892-w

Co.Reg.No

Company
Address

No.52, Jalan Ara 2, Taman Rinting, 81750 Masai, Johor Bahru, Johor,
Malaysia.

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+07-554 5230

Contact and +07-5566 746


Fax No.

Date of
incorporation

Since 1995

Asia Pro Advisory Sdn Bhd (648027-V)

Company
Secretary

Bankers

Divisions

#02-61, Jalan Mutiara Emas 9/3, Austin Boulevard, Taman Mount Austin,
81000 Johor Bahru

Public Bank Bhd


Malayan Banking Bhd

Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Instrumentation & Control System

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ORGANIZATION CHART

MANAGING
DIRECTOR

HUMAN
RESOURCE
HR

PROJECT
MANAGER

OPERATION
MANAGER

PROJECT
ENGINEER

ELECTRICAL
SUPERVISOR

HELPER

SUPERVISOR

WELDER

FITTER

WORKSHOPE

SUPERVISOR

WELDER

FITTER

HELPER

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BUSINESS LOCATION

MATAS ELECTRIC SDN.BHD


NO.52, JALAN ARA 2, TAMAN
RINTING, 81750 MASAI, JOHOR
TEL: +607-554 5230 FAX: +607-556 6746

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BUSINESS DIVISIONS

Sales

Mechanical and
Electrical work
Cable Joining and
Control System
Man Power
Commisioning

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3.1 Introduction Of Rubber Tyred Gantry Crane


A Rubber Tyred Gantry Crane (RTG) (also transtainer) is a mobile gantry
crane used in intermodal operations to ground or stack containers. Inbound containers
are stored for future pickup by drayage trucks, and outbound are stored for future
loading on to vessels. RTGs typically straddle multiple lanes, with one lane reserved
for container transfers. Being mobile, RTGs are often powered by Diesel
generator systems (Gensets) of 100 to 600kW. Due to the lack of an electrical grid to
dump energy when containers are being lowered they often have large resistor packs
to rapidly dissipate the energy of a lowering or decelerating container. There is a four
type of RTG cranes :

IMPSA A
IMPSA B
NOELL
ZPMC

Figure 3.1: RTG view

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3.1.1 Disconnect and secure the cable


Disconnect the cable which attach to diesel engine (Genset) of RTG Crane with
marking. Remove all the cable trunk cover with marking and there is three type of
(MCCB) Cable, 24 type of cable attach at junction box and earth-ing cable then
secure the cable from damage by fabrication work.

Figure 3.2: Removing cable trunk with marking

Figure 3.3: Removing the cables and wires with marking

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3.1.2 Laying new cables


After Install new diesel engine (Genset) prepare the new of cables which go to
specific panel with label and according to the length.

Diesel Panel cable 12 core *1.0mm ^2 (13m) , 4 core*1.0mm^2(13m)


Control Panel 1- 12 core*1.0mm^2(13m), 4 core*1.0mm^2(13m)
Control Panel 2- 12core*1.0mm^2(90m), 4 core*1.0mm^2(90m)
Plug IN- Lan wire (90)

3.1.3 Glanding for new cables


Any new cables install at panel need to gland to protect form raining time . Made
hole at panel by 32mm size and 25mm size of hole saw drill than glanding the new
cable which go into the panel.

Figure 3.4: Ten 32mm^2 size of hole with gland at engine panel

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Figure 3.5: A 32mm^2 and 25mm^2 size of hole with gland at Diesel panel

Figure 3.6: A 32mm^2 and 25mm^2 size of hole with gland at CP1/CP2

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3.1.4 Termination
Termination of junction box install cable trunk cover at control seam beam. 21 cables
of hardcore and soft core cables must be terminate to the buzz bar of junction box.
Termination of MCCB cables to the engine panel with 3 gold glandes. Termination of
DP panel by disconnecting 3 nos cables WL1-2-1, WL1-2-2, WL1-2-3 and install a
new 12 core cable.

Figure 3.7: Termination of junction box cables

Figure 3.8: Terminate 3 MCCB cables to the new engine panel.

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3.1.5 Completed job for the RTG


All the electrical work has been completed and the trunk cover must be fix back to the
normal shape with 13mm size of nuts. Laying and dressing these cables with cable
ties. The new engine will be commissioning and inspect back by the superior officer.
.

Figure 3.9: The picture of refurbish RTG Crane.

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3.2 Introduction of IMT Helideck ILED lighting system


Helicopter desk signalization lighting has now taken off into a new direction with the
IMT Circle-H lighting system. Throughout the industry, it is now fully agree and
accepted that the old method of illuminating the takedown(TD)/position marking
(PM) circle and H with flood light results in the common danger problem of creating
the disorientating black hole effect at the being a source of glare to the helicopter
pilots.

3.2.1 Marking and Positioning the circle-H


I.

Measure the helideck diameter to mark center point of helideck and sketch
the circle instruction given by IMT Helideck ILED Circle H lighting system
manual guide. Position the mounting bracket on the sketch circle. Assemble
with the C1 part which given by IMT helideck lighting package to set up
accurate position. Then mark the mounting brackets to power brush the
helideck surface.

Figure 3.10 : Position the mounting brackets on the sketched circle

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II.

Use the same method to H ILED lighting bracket .position the first mounting
brackets on leg of H by measuring the exact dimension with help of H1 parts
given by IMT helideck lighting package. End with power brush the mounting
brackets surface.

Figure 3.11 : Position the mounting brackets on the sketched H

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III.

Drill the surface of mounting brackets on Circle-H by using magnetic drill


machine to drill make sure the hole made accurate then use hand taping for
made hole with treads.

Figure 3.12 : Two speed Magnetic Drill Machine

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IV.

Methacrylate Adhesive its a type material in glue form came with IMT
helideck lighting package. Use that glue surround the mouthing brackets and
paste mounting bracket on marked surface of circle H then tied with M6
bolt.(Note : Before paste on surface use primer/conditioner given IMT
lighting package to isolate the surface of mounting bracket)

Figure 3.13 : Methacrylate Adhesive

Figure 3.14 : Glue surround the mouthing brackets

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Figure 3.15: Primer/conditioner

3.2.2 Installation of IMT helideck Circle-H lighting


Install all the ILED Aquarius light on the mounting brackets while install the ILED
light need to connect the ILED cable with each other ILED light its work as series
circuit. Then tied the ILED Aquarius light with Allen key headed bold nut using
small amount of copper grease on bold nut tread.(Notes: Copper grease help to stop
corrosion, galling and seizure.)

Figure 3.16 : ILED Aquarius light on H

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Figure 3.17 : ILED Aquarius light on circle-H

Figure 3.18 : Copper grease

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Finally laying wire of ILED Aquarius Light to the junction box and done the
termination.

Figure 3.19 : Junction box of IMT Helideck Lighting system

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CHAPTER IV
CONCLUSION
The industrial training was a good learning component and beneficial
to students who follow this because this component students can gain
knowledge experience from industry. In addition, students will be able to
know and learn a thing or assignments given by the company to be more
effective. Whatever is taught to help students who have not well skilled in
such matters.

This component also emphasizes discipline a student for having disciplined


employees in the future and raise the name Ranaco Education & Training
Institute (RETI) itself. Those experienced during training at activance
Engineering is meant once and here I would like to suggest to the RETI that is
effective if a student is trained in the industry, due to the assignment of the
activities linked to what they have learned during the study in RETI.

In conclusion, the training is so effective component to give students exposure


situations, the intricacies of the world of work. And this will make a student is
increased confidence to face challenges and tests in the future.

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CHAPTER V

5.0 Comments And Suggestions


In my opinion, the Matas Electric Sdn Bhd is very suitable as a place to do
regardless of industry training for students from Diploma in Maritime
Engineering and Technology, nor Diploma in Mechanical Engineering &
Diploma in Electrical Engineering. For all equally if IPT to undergo industrial
training. Areas that are here are very compatible with the requirements of the
college. This statement is made is based on what I've seen for six months
during the period of industrial training. The company can be used as a
platform for students in the future which is a facility of the student and
provide a profit to the company.

5.1 Comments During The Company Matas Electrical


Engineering
Matas Electric is a company known almost all over the malaysia
because of the quality of work and quantity of the products is very good and
in line with requirements. There are many university students who have
undergone training in the company's industry.

During my industrial training in company Matas Electric, the work I am doing


is divided into two parts, Fabrication, Mechanical and Electrical. In the field
of Mechanical divided into sections such as the completion of the project,
assemble and dismantle the machine and others. The electrical field was is
like making installations, repair and troubleshoot.

Through my observation, this company is a medium sized company, but the


products are produced with high quality also. Therefore, all employees are

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required to maintain company standards in order to avoid contaminating the


name. In addition , the company provides a lot of knowledge and wisdom,
which for me is hard to find in other companies because despite being under
one roof , I was able to learn about both the field of Mechanical and Electrical
fields in which a bonus for me during industrial training here .

In Matas Electric, I placed at the PORT TANJUNG PELEPAS (PTP) and


Malaysian Marine Heavy Eng (MMHE) on which all technicians are in this
section. It is also easier for me in gathering information on the company and
learn in a more in-depth about the training industry. Disclosure of industry
training there are very large. Therefore, no need to feel bad.

In addition, the workers there are very conscious sense of family. It is clear
that when all employees get to know most of each other because of their
families. The Matas Electric very concerned about the safety and health of
workers. This can be seen when all employees are required to wear safety boot
at all times while in the working places. Apart from the application of the
boot, the use of life jackets also emphasized, especially for workers in the
marine. Application of the boot and a jacket is to avoid any accident or injury
that required such as hammer falls on the feet and so on.

5.2 Proposal
Here, I would like to suggest to the Ranaco Education & Training
Institute in particular to the management of Training and Industrial Exchange
provides monitoring of students undergoing practical training. With the advent
of this monitoring can be seen more clearly in respect of work done by
students and strengthen the relationship between the Ranaco with the students
undergo practical training .Finally, the recommendations provided this will

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ultimately lead to some improvements in the organization and management


that can be updated and greater heights in the future.

REFERENCES
i.

Company books Matas Electrical Engineering Sdn Bhd

ii.

Guide to Industrial Training Final Report

iii.

Head of Engineering Department: Miss Nurfadilatul Kassim

iv.

Books of the Ministry of Education (MOE )

v.

Industry Training Record Book Daily.

APPENDICES

FSO CENDOR

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PUTERI INTAN

UMW NAGA 2 OIL RIG

MALIGAI OFFSHORE PLATFORM

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