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Activity in 2015

In 2015 LISNAVE repaired 107 vessels from 19 countries representing 56 different clients. Comparing with the numbers from the previous year, 2015 has seen an increase in the number of vessels repaired, as well as in the number of clients, showing that despite the strong international competition, LISNAVE continues to have a trusted position in the Shiprepair market.

Greece, Singapore and Germany continued to lead as the countries with the more vessels repaired at LISNAVE in the past year: 33 vessels from Greece, 20 vessels from Singapore, 11 vessels from Germany, 9 vessels from both Italy and United Kingdom, and 5 vessels from Japan.

The Teekay Marine Group continued to rely on LISNAVE’s expertise and once again became the leading company with 11 vessels docked , followed by Tsakos Columbia Shipmanagement, with 8 vessels, the Italian Grimaldi Group with 7 vessels, and Navigator Gas along with Entreprises Ship and Trading, with 5 vessels each.

In conjunction with its increased level of repeat Clients, LISNAVE continued to maintain its activity in the traditional segment of Tankers repairs, with a total of 62 vessels repaired, at the same time increasing the number of repairs to other types of vessels, namely: 14 Container Ships, 13 Bulk Carriers, 7 RoRo Cargo, and 6 LPG vessels.
Major repairs and upgrades were carrIed out on Saipem offshore barge “S600”,; PDVSA tankers “Manuela Saenz” and “Negra Matea” and Dredging International´s dredger “Marieke”.

Specific upgrading work carried out included the installation of four Mewis Ducts, 540.126 m2 of hull blasting and 3.291.818 m2 of coating, from which 149. 921 m2 were Silicone application and 32.255 m2 of tank and cargo hold blasting and 138.621 m2 of coating work.

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