China: Repaired Vessel CMA CGM White Shark Leaves CIC Changxing Shipyard

CIC Changxing Shipyard successfully completed the repair works for MV CMA CGM White Shark, the vessel that belongs to CMA CGM International Shipping company.

The main project included the steel reinforcement and renewal inside side tanks, the motor of lube oil pump and steer gear, newly installation of the bracket of side tanks No1-5, shell plate of side tank No.2 (port & stbd) and No.6 (port), top and bottom plate repair of rudder and general docking jobs.

The shipyard fully understood what the owner representative was worrying about. The repair manager and supervisor arranged the working labor effectively, made good communication of different working teams, shorten the working period and completed all jobs with superintendent’s satisfaction. During the repair period, the department managers, supervisors and workshop foremen and working teams had hard work together, keeping the idea of ” business integrity, owner priority ” in mind all the time. Based on the scheduled departure date, they improved the safety, quality and service level and delivered the vessel on time finally.

Vessel Particulars:

Gross tonnage: 54,309 tons

Summer DWT: 65,930 tons

Length: 294 m

Beam: 32 m

Draught: 11.9 m

Builder: Hyundai Heavy Industries

Ulsan, South Korea

Source: csgcic, April 24, 2012;

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Posted on April 24, 2012

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