Max. Length: 259.0m | Max. Width: 44.0m | Max. Draft: 1.4m
The A&P North East Business is focused on delivering a safe, quality, cost effective and efficient service for all of our customers. The major strength of the business is its personnel; both our workforce and sub-contractors are able to meet our customer’s demands on a genuine 7 day a week service. The safety culture on site is underpinned by proven procedures, which have enabled the yards to develop a good safety record. Our two North East England facilities provide our customers with world class ship repair, conversion and fabrication services across the marine and energy sectors. The region is known for its engineering history and therefore we have an excellent subcontractor base to support all multi-discipline project requirements. The Tyne yard boasts the largest commercial dry-dock on the east coast of England supplemented with two deep water berths and a significant modern fabrication facility complete with panel line, rolling, plasma and gas burning machines, which are complemented by a highly skilled and flexible workforce. There is extensive storage and load-out capability with fully equipped workshops covering all trades required to carry out projects from relatively simple ship repair to major complex ship conversions. Located on one of the busiest rivers in the UK, our 5 acre Tees yard consists of two dry docks and 240m of jetty frontage. With extensive workshop facilities, cranes up to 40 tonnes and a secure tank washing facility the Tees yard is considered a centre of excellence for offshore vessels, dredgers and tankers. Among our customer base we boast a number of Oil Majors and their key contractors as well as the UK Ministry of Defence and some well-known national and worldwide shipping groups. In addition to major marine projects our fabrication facilities lend them self to building offshore modules, subsea structures, and new ship sections. Both yards have excellent transport links, with International airports within 20km of each yard, major mainline rail connections and ferry services to Europe all within easy reach.
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Located on one of the busiest rivers in the UK, our 5 acre Tees yard consists of two dry docks and 240m of jetty frontage. With extensive workshop facilities, cranes up to 40 tonnes and a secure tank washing facility the Tees yard is considered a centre of excellence for offshore vessels, dredgers ...
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