MMA owns and operates over 40 vessels throughout Australia and internationally.
MMA undertakes a range of offshore marine activities including:
MMA operates strategically located supply bases in Dampier and Broome, Western Australia.
Spanning 28 hectares, MMA’s Dampier Supply Base is strategically located and capable of servicing the array of vessels engaged in offshore support activities with its six berth multi-user wharf, open sealed laydown areas, undercover storage and office facilities.
MMA is in the unique position of being able to offer its clients on the North West Shelf high quality, safe, flexible and scaleable access to the full range of marine logistics services, from vessel support and supply base services to ship repair and maintenance facilities.
The Broome Supply Base, conducted through an incorporated joint venture between MMA and Toll Holdings Ltd, encompasses over 11 hectares of land, strategically located adjacent to the Broome Port to service exploration, production and construction activities in the Browse Basin. The Base offers clients open laydown and undercover storage, recently built offices, casing storage and wash-down facilities.
MMA’s Dampier Slipway is strategically located at the Dampier Supply Base and is capable of docking vessels up to 3,500 tonne displacement.
The Slipway is a key asset in that it provides timely maintenance and repair of MMA’s expanding fleet in the North West and ensures that MMA is capable of servicing its clients’ marine requirements safely and with a degree of flexibility that no other operator in the region can provide.
In addition to servicing MMA’s own fleet, the Slipway provides services to third party operators including routine and emergency dockings, mobilisations and a wide range of marine repairs and maintenance services.
MMA operates two strategically located international onshore facilities; a shipyard in Batam, Indonesia and an oil and gas support facility in Singapore.
The Batam Shipyard facility includes an 18.1 hectare yard site and five construction berths capable of building high quality commercial vessels and customised offshore support vessels. The Shipyard commenced operations in 1993 and has successfully delivered over 30 vessels in the last 20 years.
The Singapore facility, which includes a 2.5 hectare yard site and three construction berths focuses on vessel mobilisations and demobilisations for the oil and gas industry.