ESTALEIRO JURONG ARACRUZPart of SEMBCORP MARINE LTD
The Jurong Shipyard Aracruz – Since 2011, EJA has stablished at the Espírito Santo to do a new mode of business in the state. With the advance of oil exploration in the pre-salt layer, the expectations of naval infrastructure investments required the creation of an appropriate site to meet the demands of the industry, which requires high technology and quality products for the realization of bold designs. The structure offered by EJA is prepared to not only meet the demands of Petrobras, but the demands of the world market in manufacturing vessels, platforms, drill ships and jack ups (basic structures of oil platforms), generating business for local suppliers, employment and income for local workers and foreign exchange for the Espírito Santo state.morehide
Vessels currently at the shipyard
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Currently 7 ships under constraction / orders in this shipyard.
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