May 24, 2018 5:02 AM ET

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Company Overview of Offshore Engineering Resources Pte. Ltd.

Company Overview

Offshore Engineering Resources Pte. Ltd. provides human resource and engineering consulting services. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Singapore.

Singapore,  

Singapore

Founded in 2009

Key Executives for Offshore Engineering Resources Pte. Ltd.

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Offshore Engineering Resources Pte. Ltd. Key Developments

Vallianz Holdings Updates on Lawsuits in India and Indonesia

Papers have been filed in a court in India against two units of Vallianz Holdings. Vallianz said that the lawsuit from Ocean Marine International seems to be regarding a project between Swiber Offshore (India) and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation. Swiber Offshore had hired two Vallianz units - Offshore Engineering Resources and Vallianz Offshore Marine - for certain services. Vallianz said Ocean Marine International was involved in some supplies related to the project. Ocean Marine is claiming payment of about $1.6 million (SGD 2.3 million) from Swiber Offshore and the two Vallianz units, and wants the Bombay High Court to grant an injunction preventing the three firms from moving their funds out of India before the case is resolved. Ocean Marine also wants the companies barred from filing a claim against the supposed partners of Ocean Marine International in other jurisdictions. It has demanded as well that Oil and Natural Gas Corporation pays what it is contractually obliged to pay to Swiber Offshore. The two Vallianz units retained lawyers in India to represent them and ensure that they are properly served with the filed court papers. The firms say that the claims should be made against Swiber Offshore instead as none of the unpaid invoices are addressed to them. Vallianz also announced that Vallianz Offshore Marine and an indirect subsidiary have been named as defendants - along with Swiber Offshore Construction and Newcruz Offshore Marine - in a lawsuit by ASL Shipyard Indonesia. ASL is claiming payment from the four firms of about $1.9 million, and another $6.8 million related to interest, fees and damages. These seem to be related to maintenance and repair works of a vessel chartered to Swiber Offshore Construction. However, the two Vallianz units, which have hired Indonesian lawyers, said the claims do not involve them as the purchase orders were issued by Swiber Offshore Construction.

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