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博斯卡利斯更新股票回购

在9月14日至9月18日期间,Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis)回购了自己的股票。188金宝搏亚洲体育这些回购是在2019年3月15日宣布的股票回购计划框架内进行的。点击这里查看所有个人交易的完整概述。Boskalis将在每周一发布一份关于回购计划期间的新闻稿,前提是在前一周回购了股票。有兴趣的人士可以在ir@www.khaaleg.com上订阅这些新闻稿。有关项目进展的概述可在www.www.khaaleg.com/sharebuyback2019-2020上找到。投资者关系:Martijn L.D. Schuttevâer ir@www.khaaleg.com Press: Arno Schikker press@www.khaaleg.com T +31 786969310‎Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V.是全球领先的疏浚、188金宝搏亚洲体育海事基础设施和海事服务部门的服务提供商。该公司为全球海洋、沿海和三角洲地区的基础设施挑战提供创新和创新的全方位解决方案。凭借沿海防御,河岸保188金宝博亚洲娱乐护和陆地回收博士斯基罗等核心活动,能够提供适应性和减轻的解决方案,以对抗气候变化的影响,例如极端天气条件和海平面上升,以及为日益增加的需求提供解决方案世界各地的沿海和三角洲地区的空间。 The company facilitates the development of offshore energy infrastructure, including renewable wind energy. Boskalis is furthermore active in the construction and maintenance of ports, waterways, access channels and civil infrastructure, thus helping to facilitate trade flows and regional socio-economic development. In addition, Boskalis is a global marine salvage expert and has a number of strategic partnerships in harbor towage and terminal services (Keppel Smit Towage and Smit Lamnalco). With a versatile fleet of more than 700 vessels and floating equipment and 9,600 employees, including associates, Boskalis is creating new horizons around the world. This press release can also be found on our website www.www.khaaleg.com .

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Boskalis的多功能和专业的舰队,需要两个特殊的运输和安装项目

Papendrecht,9月2日2020年9月2日皇家Bos188金宝搏亚洲体育kalis威斯敏斯特N.v.(博斯基里斯)最近采取了两个特殊的项目。第一个项目涉及用于苏格兰海岸的Kincardine浮风农场的五个浮动风力涡轮机的运输和安装。第二个项目涉及安装世界上最长吊桥的桥梁部分,土耳其Çanakkale1915桥。授予两份合同奖的决定性因素是海上运输和安装工作领域的博斯基尔斯的多功能性,以及各种专业的Boskalis设备,能够完全执行项目。博斯基拉利斯科克拉斯特国际有限公司Kincardine Floating Wind Farms将运输和安装五个浮动风力涡轮机,用于靠近阿伯丁海岸的Kincardine海上风电场十五公里。这将是Boskalis的第一个浮动风电场项目。该涡轮机容量为9.525兆瓦,每个涡轮机将以六十至八十米的深度锚定。2020年9月,沉重的锚杆处理拖船(AHT)Boka Falcon将开始安装海底上的锚点和链条。与此同时,浮动基金会将从西班牙的费罗尔运输到鹿特丹,其中Boskalis将展开峡湾作为半潜式驳船。在鹿特丹,风力涡轮机将安装在基础上,之后将浮动风力涡轮机牵引到风电场。 In addition to the BOKA Falcon and Fjord, three Boskalis AHTs will be deployed on this project. Çanakkale 1915 Bridge Boskalis will install twenty bridge sections for the 4,600-meter-long Çanakkale 1915 bridge in Southwest Turkey. The floating sheerleg crane Asian Hercules III, one of the few sheerlegs in the world with sufficient outreach, will be deployed for lifting and installing the sections. A Boskalis AHT will provide assistance during the execution of these activities, which will take place in 2021. In 2019 Boskalis was already involved in the construction of the bridge with the installation of the foundations of the bridge pylons and various other lifting and transport operations of steel and concrete bridge elements. The client is DSLY; a consortium of the South Korean Daelim and SK Group, and the Turkish partners Limak Holding and Yapı Merkezi. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Investor relations: Martijn L.D. Schuttevâer ir@www.khaaleg.com Press: Arno Schikker press@www.khaaleg.com T +31 786969310 Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. is a leading global services provider operating in the dredging, maritime infrastructure and maritime services sectors. The company provides creative and innovative all-round solutions to infrastructural challenges in the maritime, coastal and delta regions of the world. With core activities such as coastal defense, riverbank protection and land reclamation Boskalis is able to provide adaptive and mitigating solutions to combat the effects of climate change, such as extreme weather conditions and rising sea levels, as well as delivering solutions for the increasing need for space in coastal and delta regions across the world. The company facilitates the development of offshore energy infrastructure, including renewable wind energy. Boskalis is furthermore active in the construction and maintenance of ports, waterways, access channels and civil infrastructure, thus helping to facilitate trade flows and regional socio-economic development. In addition, Boskalis is a global marine salvage expert and has a number of strategic partnerships in harbor towage and terminal services (Keppel Smit Towage and Smit Lamnalco). With a versatile fleet of more than 700 vessels and floating equipment and 9,600 employees, including associates, Boskalis is creating new horizons around the world. This press release can also be found on our website www.www.khaaleg.com .

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Boskalis报告上半年业务表现强劲

PapendRecht,8月20日至2020年8月20日上半年2020年收入:EUR 13亿EBITDA:欧欧欧元经营结果:EUR 7200万欧元营业利润:欧元4800万欧元:欧元148亿欧元净额净现金职位欧元兑欧元欧元展览2020欧元疏浚:目前的海上能源契约稳定:海底干预和海底电缆的好年份:调查的增长由于地平线抢救:较好的上半年eBi金宝搏信赖网tda展望后的好年份:预期to match 2019 EBITDA level Resumption of share buyback program Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) had a very good operational first half year considering the circumstances. The operating result increased sharply compared to last year with revenue at virtually the same level. Furthermore, Boskalis’ financial position remains strong and the net cash position has improved significantly since the end of 2019. Nevertheless, the outbreak of COVID-19 has of course also impacted Boskalis. Operationally it is was very challenging, particularly keeping Dredging projects outside of Europe going due to prolonged travel restrictions and strict quarantine measures. At the Offshore Energy division the services activities were particularly affected by the unexpected significant drop in the oil price, resulting in a lack of demand in parts of the offshore market. At the end of the first half year Boskalis undertook, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the sharp drop in the oil price, a critical review of the valuation of its vessels and balance sheet assets across the board. This has resulted in a virtually exclusively non-cash extraordinary charge of EUR 147.8 million. This charge mainly consists of an impairment on goodwill and vessels in two joint ventures as well as of a limited number of our old own vessels earmarked for scrapping. Revenue amounted to EUR 1.26 billion in the first half of the year, virtually the same as last year (H1 2019: EUR 1.27 billion). EBITDA totaled EUR 204.1 million in the first half of the year (H1 2019: EUR 135.7 million) and the operating result was EUR 72.4 million (H1 2019: EUR 33.1 million negative), both adjusted for extraordinary charges. A net operating profit of EUR 47.5 million was realized in the first half of the year (H1 2019: loss of EUR 40.9 million). Including extraordinary charges there was a net loss of EUR 96.4 million. Extraordinary items impacted both the 2019 and 2020 first-half results. In 2019 this concerned gains of EUR 42.2 million relating to the sale of Kotug Smit Towage and the sale of a vessel. In 2020 it relates to charges of EUR 147.8 million before tax due to an impairment on goodwill and vessels of two joint ventures as well as of a small number of our own vessels. These exceptional charges are largely recognized at Group level. Within the Dredging & Inland Infra segment revenue declined mainly due to startup delays of projects. The largest revenue contribution came from the Singapore region, the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East. Boskalis Nederland had a strong first half of the year with Dutch Inland Infra projects contributing well to the result. On balance, the divisional result dropped compared to the same period last year, due in part to COVID-19-related operational disruptions and a lower fleet utilization. At Offshore Energy revenue of the contracting activities was stable with a busy first half of the year at Seabed Intervention. Revenue of the services activities declined slightly, impacted by the sharp drop in the oil price. The survey activities of Horizon have been fully consolidated since the start of 2020, resulting on balance in a rise in revenue from services. The sharp improvement in the operating result of the division was partly due to the consolidation of Horizon but particularly due to good results on projects at Seabed Intervention and Subsea Cables. Salvage had a very good first half of the year with significantly higher revenue and good results on several projects. The contribution of the Towage joint ventures was virtually stable, taking into account the sale of our interest in Kotug Smit Towage in 2019. The customary holding and non-allocated group costs were reduced thanks to a wide range of cost-saving measures in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. Boskalis’ financial position remains strong. At 30 June 2020 Boskalis was net debt-free with a net cash position of EUR 190 million, compared to a net cash position of EUR 26 million at the end of 2019. Furthermore, the solvency ratio remains high at 51%. The order book excluding our share in the order book of associates remained stable at a high level of EUR 4.7 billion (end 2019: EUR 4.7 billion). No significant projects in the order book have been canceled since the outbreak of COVID-19. Peter Berdowski, CEO Boskalis: “The first half of 2020 was a rollercoaster in which we pulled out all the stops to steer the company through the COVID-19 crisis. Despite the unprecedented challenging circumstances we achieved an excellent operating result in the first half of the year. This remarkable achievement would not have been possible without the tremendous commitment and flexibility of our people working on the vessels, the projects and from home. They deserve a big thank you. It goes without saying that the health and safety of our colleagues has been our number one priority since the outbreak of COVID-19. Colleagues are still working from home where possible. In order to keep the projects and vessels in operation we had to come up with a lot of tailor-made solutions. Relieving crews and project staff remains the biggest challenge outside of Europe due to the many travel restrictions and quarantine requirements. To safeguard the continuity of the company we implemented numerous measures at an early stage. Our overhead costs have been sharply reduced by bringing down our non-project-related expenses. And we have managed to considerably reduce the outflow of funds in 2020 by halving our capital expenditure program, suspending our share buyback program and canceling the dividend payout. These measures have contributed to the good half-year result and the company’s strong financial position. Thanks to the well-filled order book a large part of our revenue for 2020 is already secured. We look ahead at the rest of 2020 with confidence and expect to match the EBITDA level achieved in 2019. It is difficult to predict the pace at which the global economy will recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, and it is equally difficult to estimate at this time how the markets relevant to Boskalis will develop. As soon as this becomes clearer we will reassess the market picture presented earlier this year in the Corporate Business Plan 2020-2022. One thing that has not changed is the unique role that Boskalis can play with its activities and expertise to make an important contribution to society in the development and protection of welfare and in advancing the energy transition. With the quality of our organization, our vessels and above all our people we look to the future with confidence. In light of this confidence and the company’s robust financial position we have decided to resume the share buyback program.” Outlook The COVID-19 pandemic and its effects are expected to continue to be felt – both in society and economically – in the coming quarters. Although it is impossible to predict the extent and duration of the impact, Boskalis has a strong basis with its well-filled order book and extremely sound balance sheet. At Dredging & Inland Infra we expect the picture to be stable for the rest of 2020, both in terms of revenue and result. The currently-known operational bottlenecks related to COVID-19 as well as the persistently competitive market have been taken into account in this projection. In the short term most of the volume of work is in Asia and Europe, with the timing of the startup and award of new projects being the biggest uncertainty. The projects in the order book ensure that a significant part of the revenue for 2020 has been secured with an expected virtually stable utilization level of the hopper fleet and lower utilization of the cutter fleet. The picture for Offshore Energy is not expected to change materially in the second half of the year. The services activities at Transport and Subsea Services will partly depend on the spot market. At Survey, demand from the offshore wind sector remains strong and the oil and gas market is impacted by oil price developments. A good second half of the year is expected for the contracting activities Seabed Intervention and Subsea Cables based on the projects in the order book. At Towage & Salvage an exceptional first half of the year is expected to be followed up by a good second half of the year. The market volumes at Towage are stable and, as is customary, Salvage depends on new emergency response assignments and possible settlement results from old projects. Based on the fleet planning and projects in the order book and barring unforeseen circumstances in particular COVID-19 related, the Board of Management expects that the 2020 EBITDA, adjusted for the extraordinary charges taken in the first half of 2020, will match the level achieved in 2019. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 Boskalis has further increased its strong focus on cash management. Various initiatives have been taken aimed at limiting non-project-related expenses, optimizing working capital and safeguarding the company’s strong financial position. It was announced in early April that the capital investment program for 2020 was halved. In addition, no dividend was paid out for the 2019 financial year and the share buy-back program was suspended. The combined effect of these measures is a positive cash flow impact of approximately EUR 300 million in 2020. With its available cash and bank facilities Boskalis has a direct financing capacity of around EUR 0.9 billion. Capital expenditure in 2020 is expected to be slightly higher than EUR 200 million, including dry dockings. This projection does not include any acquisitions, such as the purchase of the remaining interest in Horizon at the end of January. Resumption share buy-back program On 15 March 2019 Boskalis announced the start of a EUR 100 million share buy-back program. Due to global developments and increased uncertainty following the outbreak of COVID-19 Boskalis suspended the buy-back program on 2 April, at which time 61.60 percent of the program had been completed. In view of the company’s outlook and robust financial position the share buy-back program will resume on 21 August. >>> click here for the full version of the 2020 half year report including all the financial details

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Boskalis报告上半年业务表现强劲

PapendRecht,8月20日至2020年8月20日上半年2020年收入:EUR 13亿EBITDA:欧欧欧元经营结果:EUR 7200万欧元营业利润:欧元4800万欧元:欧元148亿欧元净额净现金职位欧元兑欧元欧元展览2020欧元疏浚:目前的海上能源契约稳定:海底干预和海底电缆的好年份:调查的增长由于地平线抢救:较好的上半年eBi金宝搏信赖网tda展望后的好年份:预期to match 2019 EBITDA level Resumption of share buyback program Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) had a very good operational first half year considering the circumstances. The operating result increased sharply compared to last year with revenue at virtually the same level. Furthermore, Boskalis’ financial position remains strong and the net cash position has improved significantly since the end of 2019. Nevertheless, the outbreak of COVID-19 has of course also impacted Boskalis. Operationally it is was very challenging, particularly keeping Dredging projects outside of Europe going due to prolonged travel restrictions and strict quarantine measures. At the Offshore Energy division the services activities were particularly affected by the unexpected significant drop in the oil price, resulting in a lack of demand in parts of the offshore market. At the end of the first half year Boskalis undertook, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and the sharp drop in the oil price, a critical review of the valuation of its vessels and balance sheet assets across the board. This has resulted in a virtually exclusively non-cash extraordinary charge of EUR 147.8 million. This charge mainly consists of an impairment on goodwill and vessels in two joint ventures as well as of a limited number of our old own vessels earmarked for scrapping. Revenue amounted to EUR 1.26 billion in the first half of the year, virtually the same as last year (H1 2019: EUR 1.27 billion). EBITDA totaled EUR 204.1 million in the first half of the year (H1 2019: EUR 135.7 million) and the operating result was EUR 72.4 million (H1 2019: EUR 33.1 million negative), both adjusted for extraordinary charges. A net operating profit of EUR 47.5 million was realized in the first half of the year (H1 2019: loss of EUR 40.9 million). Including extraordinary charges there was a net loss of EUR 96.4 million. Extraordinary items impacted both the 2019 and 2020 first-half results. In 2019 this concerned gains of EUR 42.2 million relating to the sale of Kotug Smit Towage and the sale of a vessel. In 2020 it relates to charges of EUR 147.8 million before tax due to an impairment on goodwill and vessels of two joint ventures as well as of a small number of our own vessels. These exceptional charges are largely recognized at Group level. Within the Dredging & Inland Infra segment revenue declined mainly due to startup delays of projects. The largest revenue contribution came from the Singapore region, the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East. Boskalis Nederland had a strong first half of the year with Dutch Inland Infra projects contributing well to the result. On balance, the divisional result dropped compared to the same period last year, due in part to COVID-19-related operational disruptions and a lower fleet utilization. At Offshore Energy revenue of the contracting activities was stable with a busy first half of the year at Seabed Intervention. Revenue of the services activities declined slightly, impacted by the sharp drop in the oil price. The survey activities of Horizon have been fully consolidated since the start of 2020, resulting on balance in a rise in revenue from services. The sharp improvement in the operating result of the division was partly due to the consolidation of Horizon but particularly due to good results on projects at Seabed Intervention and Subsea Cables. Salvage had a very good first half of the year with significantly higher revenue and good results on several projects. The contribution of the Towage joint ventures was virtually stable, taking into account the sale of our interest in Kotug Smit Towage in 2019. The customary holding and non-allocated group costs were reduced thanks to a wide range of cost-saving measures in response to the outbreak of COVID-19. Boskalis’ financial position remains strong. At 30 June 2020 Boskalis was net debt-free with a net cash position of EUR 190 million, compared to a net cash position of EUR 26 million at the end of 2019. Furthermore, the solvency ratio remains high at 51%. The order book excluding our share in the order book of associates remained stable at a high level of EUR 4.7 billion (end 2019: EUR 4.7 billion). No significant projects in the order book have been canceled since the outbreak of COVID-19. Peter Berdowski, CEO Boskalis: “The first half of 2020 was a rollercoaster in which we pulled out all the stops to steer the company through the COVID-19 crisis. Despite the unprecedented challenging circumstances we achieved an excellent operating result in the first half of the year. This remarkable achievement would not have been possible without the tremendous commitment and flexibility of our people working on the vessels, the projects and from home. They deserve a big thank you. It goes without saying that the health and safety of our colleagues has been our number one priority since the outbreak of COVID-19. Colleagues are still working from home where possible. In order to keep the projects and vessels in operation we had to come up with a lot of tailor-made solutions. Relieving crews and project staff remains the biggest challenge outside of Europe due to the many travel restrictions and quarantine requirements. To safeguard the continuity of the company we implemented numerous measures at an early stage. Our overhead costs have been sharply reduced by bringing down our non-project-related expenses. And we have managed to considerably reduce the outflow of funds in 2020 by halving our capital expenditure program, suspending our share buyback program and canceling the dividend payout. These measures have contributed to the good half-year result and the company’s strong financial position. Thanks to the well-filled order book a large part of our revenue for 2020 is already secured. We look ahead at the rest of 2020 with confidence and expect to match the EBITDA level achieved in 2019. It is difficult to predict the pace at which the global economy will recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, and it is equally difficult to estimate at this time how the markets relevant to Boskalis will develop. As soon as this becomes clearer we will reassess the market picture presented earlier this year in the Corporate Business Plan 2020-2022. One thing that has not changed is the unique role that Boskalis can play with its activities and expertise to make an important contribution to society in the development and protection of welfare and in advancing the energy transition. With the quality of our organization, our vessels and above all our people we look to the future with confidence. In light of this confidence and the company’s robust financial position we have decided to resume the share buyback program.” Outlook The COVID-19 pandemic and its effects are expected to continue to be felt – both in society and economically – in the coming quarters. Although it is impossible to predict the extent and duration of the impact, Boskalis has a strong basis with its well-filled order book and extremely sound balance sheet. At Dredging & Inland Infra we expect the picture to be stable for the rest of 2020, both in terms of revenue and result. The currently-known operational bottlenecks related to COVID-19 as well as the persistently competitive market have been taken into account in this projection. In the short term most of the volume of work is in Asia and Europe, with the timing of the startup and award of new projects being the biggest uncertainty. The projects in the order book ensure that a significant part of the revenue for 2020 has been secured with an expected virtually stable utilization level of the hopper fleet and lower utilization of the cutter fleet. The picture for Offshore Energy is not expected to change materially in the second half of the year. The services activities at Transport and Subsea Services will partly depend on the spot market. At Survey, demand from the offshore wind sector remains strong and the oil and gas market is impacted by oil price developments. A good second half of the year is expected for the contracting activities Seabed Intervention and Subsea Cables based on the projects in the order book. At Towage & Salvage an exceptional first half of the year is expected to be followed up by a good second half of the year. The market volumes at Towage are stable and, as is customary, Salvage depends on new emergency response assignments and possible settlement results from old projects. Based on the fleet planning and projects in the order book and barring unforeseen circumstances in particular COVID-19 related, the Board of Management expects that the 2020 EBITDA, adjusted for the extraordinary charges taken in the first half of 2020, will match the level achieved in 2019. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 Boskalis has further increased its strong focus on cash management. Various initiatives have been taken aimed at limiting non-project-related expenses, optimizing working capital and safeguarding the company’s strong financial position. It was announced in early April that the capital investment program for 2020 was halved. In addition, no dividend was paid out for the 2019 financial year and the share buy-back program was suspended. The combined effect of these measures is a positive cash flow impact of approximately EUR 300 million in 2020. With its available cash and bank facilities Boskalis has a direct financing capacity of around EUR 0.9 billion. Capital expenditure in 2020 is expected to be slightly higher than EUR 200 million, including dry dockings. This projection does not include any acquisitions, such as the purchase of the remaining interest in Horizon at the end of January. Resumption share buy-back program On 15 March 2019 Boskalis announced the start of a EUR 100 million share buy-back program. Due to global developments and increased uncertainty following the outbreak of COVID-19 Boskalis suspended the buy-back program on 2 April, at which time 61.60 percent of the program had been completed. In view of the company’s outlook and robust financial position the share buy-back program will resume on 21 August. >>> click here for the full version of the 2020 half year report including all the financial details

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Boskalis在荷兰获得了两个主要的堤坝加固项目

Boskalis Royal Westminster188金宝搏亚洲体育 N.V. (Boskalis)在荷兰获得了两个大型堤坝加固项目,即IJsseldijk Zwolle-Olst项目和Krachtige IJsseldijken Krimpenerwaard项目。这些项目是国家防洪计划的一部分,在该计划中政府和地区水委员会共同努力保护荷兰免受洪水的侵袭。根据目前的估计,Boskalis的总合同价值约为2亿欧元。博斯卡利斯将代表德伦特河三角洲水利委员会加固泽勒和奥尔斯特之间近30公里的伊塞尔堤坝。堤坝保护了萨兰地区的居民免受来自艾塞尔河和艾塞尔米尔湖的洪水。Boskalis还将代表Schieland和Krimpenerwaard水利委员会加强10公里长的IJssel堤防。堤坝必须提供保护,抵御荷兰泽尔河(Hollandsche IJssel)的高水位和洪水,保护20多万居民和腹地的经济价值。该项目将与van Hattum en blankevort合资进行。这两个项目都有一个计划开发阶段和一个执行阶段,最终项目的总持续时间将持续到2026年。除了这些项目外,Boskalis还积极参与国家防洪方案,目前正与合作伙伴一道加强Markermeer堤防,最近完成了Eemshaven和Delfzijl之间Houtrib堤防和Wadden Sea堤防的加固工作。‎Boskalis的战略旨在从推动全球市场需求的关键宏观经济因素中受益:全球经济的扩张、能源消耗的增加、全球人口增长以及与气候变化相关的挑战。188金宝博亚洲 Both these dike projects are aimed at protecting welfare in large parts of the Netherlands and combatting the consequences of extreme weather related to climate change. With its groundbreaking activities and unique expertise, Boskalis is exceptionally positioned to play a significant societal role in creating and protecting welfare and advancing the energy transition. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Investor relations: Martijn L.D. Schuttevâer ir@www.khaaleg.com Press: Arno Schikker press@www.khaaleg.com T +31 786969310 Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. is a leading global services provider operating in the dredging, maritime infrastructure and maritime services sectors. The company provides creative and innovative all-round solutions to infrastructural challenges in the maritime, coastal and delta regions of the world. With core activities such as coastal defense, riverbank protection and land reclamation Boskalis is able to provide adaptive and mitigating solutions to combat the effects of climate change, such as extreme weather conditions and rising sea levels, as well as delivering solutions for the increasing need for space in coastal and delta regions across the world. The company facilitates the development of offshore energy infrastructure, including renewable wind energy. Boskalis is furthermore active in the construction and maintenance of ports, waterways, access channels and civil infrastructure, thus helping to facilitate trade flows and regional socio-economic development. In addition, Boskalis is a global marine salvage expert and has a number of strategic partnerships in harbor towage and terminal services (Keppel Smit Towage and Smit Lamnalco). With a versatile fleet of more than 700 vessels and floating equipment and 9,600 employees, including associates, Boskalis is creating new horizons around the world. This press release can also be found on our website www.www.khaaleg.com .

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Boskalis在荷兰获得了两个主要的堤坝加固项目

Boskalis Royal Westminster188金宝搏亚洲体育 N.V. (Boskalis)在荷兰获得了两个大型堤坝加固项目,即IJsseldijk Zwolle-Olst项目和Krachtige IJsseldijken Krimpenerwaard项目。这些项目是国家防洪计划的一部分,在该计划中政府和地区水委员会共同努力保护荷兰免受洪水的侵袭。根据目前的估计,Boskalis的总合同价值约为2亿欧元。博斯卡利斯将代表德伦特河三角洲水利委员会加固泽勒和奥尔斯特之间近30公里的伊塞尔堤坝。堤坝保护了萨兰地区的居民免受来自艾塞尔河和艾塞尔米尔湖的洪水。Boskalis还将代表Schieland和Krimpenerwaard水利委员会加强10公里长的IJssel堤防。堤坝必须提供保护,抵御荷兰泽尔河(Hollandsche IJssel)的高水位和洪水,保护20多万居民和腹地的经济价值。该项目将与van Hattum en blankevort合资进行。这两个项目都有一个计划开发阶段和一个执行阶段,最终项目的总持续时间将持续到2026年。除了这些项目外,Boskalis还积极参与国家防洪方案,目前正与合作伙伴一道加强Markermeer堤防,最近完成了Eemshaven和Delfzijl之间Houtrib堤防和Wadden Sea堤防的加固工作。‎Boskalis的战略旨在从推动全球市场需求的关键宏观经济因素中受益:全球经济的扩张、能源消耗的增加、全球人口增长以及与气候变化相关的挑战。188金宝博亚洲 Both these dike projects are aimed at protecting welfare in large parts of the Netherlands and combatting the consequences of extreme weather related to climate change. With its groundbreaking activities and unique expertise, Boskalis is exceptionally positioned to play a significant societal role in creating and protecting welfare and advancing the energy transition. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Investor relations: Martijn L.D. Schuttevâer ir@www.khaaleg.com Press: Arno Schikker press@www.khaaleg.com T +31 786969310 Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. is a leading global services provider operating in the dredging, maritime infrastructure and maritime services sectors. The company provides creative and innovative all-round solutions to infrastructural challenges in the maritime, coastal and delta regions of the world. With core activities such as coastal defense, riverbank protection and land reclamation Boskalis is able to provide adaptive and mitigating solutions to combat the effects of climate change, such as extreme weather conditions and rising sea levels, as well as delivering solutions for the increasing need for space in coastal and delta regions across the world. The company facilitates the development of offshore energy infrastructure, including renewable wind energy. Boskalis is furthermore active in the construction and maintenance of ports, waterways, access channels and civil infrastructure, thus helping to facilitate trade flows and regional socio-economic development. In addition, Boskalis is a global marine salvage expert and has a number of strategic partnerships in harbor towage and terminal services (Keppel Smit Towage and Smit Lamnalco). With a versatile fleet of more than 700 vessels and floating equipment and 9,600 employees, including associates, Boskalis is creating new horizons around the world. This press release can also be found on our website www.www.khaaleg.com .

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