DRYDOCKS WORLD DUBAI
Drydocks World & Maritime World are extremely strong proponents of a spirit of “Business Transformation through Continuous Innovation” as we create a climate promoting sustainable long term growth. We foster a culture driven by excellence & innovation in the global maritime sector through strong knowledge networks with our business partners. Our core vales relate to HSEQ, People, Ethics & Integrity. These strong business fundamentals & exemplary HSEQ culture are reflected in all of our working relationships with our people, our clients, our partners & all of our stakeholders. Drydocks World’s flagship Dubai shipyard was conceived and developed to address the repair needs of oil tankers traversing the Gulf region. Ship repair remains the core business of the yard and is the main stay of the company’s annual turnover. Its service portfolio includes ULCCs and VLCCs, bulk carriers, containerships, ro-ro vessels, cargo vessels, gas carriers, chemical tankers, offshore vessels and rigs. The yard has repaired over 7,500 vessels. The aggregate tonnage of ships repaired is over 500 million deadweight tons. Drydocks World Dubai is rapidly emerging as a leader in the vessel conversion market. It has over a decade’s experience in this field and has executed some extremely complex projects for the world’s leading maritime and offshore contractors and oil majors. The major focus has been tanker to FSO or FPSO conversion. The nature of work broadly varies from de-jumboising single hulled to double hulled tankers, cable layers to dive support vessels and gearless bulk carriers to self un-loaders. The Dubai shipyard took to new building in 1994 and since then has seen a plethora of orders. The first is a 16,000 tonnes lifting capacity floating dock, constructed to supplement the yard’s own facilities. The yard built and delivered a 14,500 tonnes floating dock for Saudi Aramco in 2003. his was quickly followed by several orders for tugs for Dubai Ports Authority, which was quickly followed other orders for pontoons, the suction dredger Umm Sequeim that is used by the yard, aluminium workboat and a line-handling tug. The yard progressively took on larger and more diverse assignments, such as a lube oil carrier, skiff boats, diving support vessels, pilot boats, harbour and anchor handling tugs, mooring launches, barges, bunker tankers and the 2000 tonnes floating crane for everybodies use
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