23 May 2014 13:49 GMT
The owner has bought two Ulstein P128-design platform supply vessels (PSV) for delivery within the next six to 12 months, it said on Friday.
It did not name the seller, but it appears likely the purchases are resales currently under construction.
Vallianz has also committed to another 10 Ulstein PX128-design units. It did not mention where these vessels will come from, though it is likely they will be fresh orders.
The P128 units will be 3000 deadweight tonnes, have 610-square-metre work decks and be able to accommodate 24 people.
Vallianz chief executive Darren Yeo said: “Vallianz is currently bidding for up to US$1.2 billion in projects across Asia, Middle East and Latin America.
“With the addition of these Ulstein PSVs, Vallianz will be in a position to potentially capitalise on new opportunities in new regions such as Europe, Gulf of Mexico and Africa.”
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