Company Overview of HAL Offshore Limited
HAL Offshore Limited provides underwater and EPC services to the oil and gas industry. It offers specialized marine services for offshore facilities; top side construction and EPCI operations, such as pre engineering and post installation site survey, concept engineering, detailed engineering, procurement, construction, and installation and commissioning; and subsea intervention services. HAL Offshore Limited was formerly known as Himachal Alkalies Limited and changed its name to HAL Offshore Limited in September 2000. The company was incorporated in 1996 and is based in Mumbai, India. HAL Offshore Limited operates as a subsidiary of Moon Beverages Limited.
32 Corporate Avenue, 4floor B wing
Near Paper Box Industry
Off. Mahakali Caves Road
Mumbai, 400 093
Founded in 1996
91 22 4236 9200
91 22 4236 9235
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