Colombo Dockyard has confirmed that operations at the yard are now back to normal following the terror attacks in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.
A number of vessels are being worked on in dock, including the 36,000 dwt tanker, Hansa Prem, owned by Mercator, which will be followed in Dock No. 4 by a 21,000 dwt cement carrier, Chanya Naree, owned by Great Circle Shipping Agency.
Victoria 267, a 6500 dwt tanker owned by Vivcore Energy Solutions, is being accommodated in Drydock No. 1, and a 2900 dwt tanker, Mahaweli, owned by Lanka Marine Services, is being handled in Dock No. 2. TCI Prabhu, a general cargo ship, owned by the Indian company TCI Seaways, is in Dock No. 3, while a cable layer being built for Japanese interests is alongside at the yard’s South newbuilding pier