VIDEO: Zamakona Boosts Capacity, Eyes Larger Vessels


As part of Zamakona Yards’ program to improve its services, the shipbuilder has commenced work at its shipyard at Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Repnaval (Zamakona Yards), aimed at increasing the slipway capacity and tonnage.

Specifically, the company is preparing its slipway Nº 4 to receive vessels of 120 meters length and 20 meters breadth with lightweight tonnages of 5500 tons for flat bottomed vessels and 4500 tons for keeled vessels. The work is expected to be completed in January of 2014.

“We are confident that with this investment Repnaval will continue to be the shipyard of reference in the port of Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, expanding our capacity to offer quality services for the maintenance and repair of clients’ vessels and those of other ship owners and operators,” Zamakona Yards said in a press release.

The details of the Project can be viewed in the video below.

 

Press Release, November 28, 2013

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