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All shipyards, shipbuilders & docks in South America West Coast

The shipyard density at the west coast of South America is not that high as on the east coast. ASMAR as one of the biggest players at the west coast is owned by the State of Chile, operating in the shipbuilding and defence industries, whose main activity is to provide maintenance and repair services for the Chilean Navy but also for domestic and foreign commercial vessels. The company has three industrial plants located in Valparaiso, Talcahuano and Punta Arenas having its corporate head office is located in Valparaiso. SOCIBER is also located at Valparaiso. The yards main asset is the floating dock “VALPARAISO III” designed with a lifting capacity of 10.000 tons and allowing vessels up to 165 m length and 24.3 of beam to be dry docked. Additionally there is the possibility to berth vessels up to 170 m length alongside the floating dock. MEC Shipyards is another international ship repair facility, strategically located in the Port of Balboa, Panama. The yard includes three graving docks for vessels up to Panamax size, with over 12,000 sqm of fully equipped workshops.

ASMAR MAGALLANES SHIPYARD

ASMAR Magallanes, the southernmost shipyard in the world, was born in 1896 when the Bonacic Brothers started the construction of the Naval Shipyard in ...

ASMAR TALCAHUANO SHIPYARD

Located in the Bay of Concepcion, Talcahuano, it is the main shipyard of ASMAR. In its complete facilities, ASMAR highly skilled staff provides servic ...

MEC PANAMA BALBOA SHIPYARD

MEC Panama provides worldwide cutomers with shipyard extended solutions. It is the mission of the entire staff of MEC Panama to provide the best valu ...

SIMA CALLAO

We are a long-history Peruvian company that actively participates in the shipbuilding and metalworking industry committed to offer our clients the mos ...

SIMA CHIMBOTE

Sima is a renowned long-history Peruvian company that actively participates in the shipbuilding and metalworking industry. We offer our clients the mo ...

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