CHANTIERS ET ATELIERS DU MAROC
Max. Length:1xx.x M | Max. Width:5x.x M
- Dry Dockings
- Ship Repairs
- Afloat Repairs
- Mechanical Services
- Electrical Services
- Hydraulic Services
- Steel Fabrication
Since 1944, we have been repairing, renovating, and completely converting all kinds of ships and their equipment. Our afloat or dry docking operations are carried out by specialized teams of technicians who are well aware of the profession's specific characteristics. Concerned about reducing the downtime of your ships to a bare minimum, the timelines of our services delivery are specially optimized. CAM is a key service provider in the shipbuilding sector in Morocco: Merchant navyRoyal navyPort servitudeFishingYachting Our fields of operation cover the following specialties: General mechanicsPropulsion systemsAuxiliary machineryNavigation systemsHydraulic systemsElectrical equipmentPipeworkSheet metal work and boilermakingFit-up and habitabilityRefitting
|Address||2, Bd des Almohades, 20000 Casablanca, Morocco|
|Phone||+ 212 522 3xxxx|
|Fax||+ 212 522 3xxxx|
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