Following the success achieved by Shipcares mobile workshop based in Dubai the company is now basing another in China. The unit will be able to reach vessels anywhere in Asia requiring repairs very quickly and is fully equipped to carry out any work needed. For the full story click here.
Our February 2018 newsletter explains how propeller modifications can have many beneficial effects on a vessels performance and running costs. You can read the newsletter by clicking on this link.
We are delighted to have signed an agreement that sees one of our mobile workshops based at Dubai DryDock World. Full details of this arrangement, which will ensure very fast repair or maintenance of any ship’s propeller, not just in Dubai but anywhere in the wider region, can be read here.
Our engineers have been very busy over the last three months and our February newsletter describes just a few of the many and varied jobs that they have undertaken around the world. To find out more please read the newsletter which you can reach from this link.
A team of Shipcares Engineers recently went to Panama to carry out extensive repairs on the propeller of a 74000 DWT crude oil tanker; repairs which required the onsite construction of a furnace large enough to accommodate the 7.2 metre diametre propeller. You can read full details of this huge project here.
Our mobile workshop carries out extensive repairs to the propeller of a large oil tanker. For more information and pictures please click here.
Our new mobile workshop is undertaking its first major assignment in Oman. The workshop enables us to repair vessels in docks where the necessary technical facilities for extensive propeller repairs are not available. For the full story and pictures click here.
Stone Marine Shipcare despatched a six man service team to QingDao Beihai Shipyard, China, to carry out back-to-back propeller repairs on two Danish bulk carriers that had sustained ice damage. The full story and pictures are here.
When serious damage to two blades of the propeller on a cargo ship were identified in Canada an engineer was flown out to assess the damage and repairs were arranged with minimum disruption to the ships schedule. Full story here.