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JAD Group is classified as “Category 2 – AA Marine Contractor”, according to the Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board.

Category 2 stands for DPs and Specialized Vessels such as Accommodation Vessels (ACCV), Platform Supply vessels (PSV); Anchor Handling Tug Vessel (AHTS), Tugboats (TUGB), Multi-Purpose Vessel (MTPV) and Pipe Lay Barges (PLB) etc.

AA Marine Contractors are Nigerian companies having marine asset ownership as defined in vessel ownership requirement criteria i.e. vessels bear the name of Nigerian company, evidence of bill of sales, evidence of NIMASA certificate of registration etc.

Vessels built, delivered and flagged in Nigeria and operated by Nigerian under the category AAA, AA and A respectively, shall be accorded first consideration in tenders.


Nigerian Content Policies:

  • It is JAD policy under her Nigerian Content Execution Plan to have always a 100% Nigerian Human Resources as well as a 100% participation of Nigerian vendors in every project. These Vendors whom almost all of them are from the host communities of each project will be teamed with JAD to provide a successful operation and partnership in the execution.
  • JAD will contribute to get its local vendors acquire the requisite capacities and capabilities to deliver and being able to meet requirements in terms of HSE, quality, schedule and cost.
  • The long-term objective of JAD NC Policy is to encourage and support the development of Nigerian vendors to enable them achieve sustainable standards of excellence in their business.
  • JAD has procedures to monitor not only the performance of its suppliers, vendors and relevant third parties but as well to promote the growth of suitably qualified Nigerian vendors / companies.
  • JAD provides, on monthly basis, a summary report of the NCEP status including key quantities of works completed to make sure we are achieving the Nigerian content requirements.