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Palumbo Shipyards Extends His Network Towards Black Sea

Palumbo Shipyards extends his network towards Black Sea

Source: Constantza Port
Constanta, Romania (PortSEurope) January 26, 2018 – Palumbo Shipyards is to extend its network towards Black Sea in order to provide top quality and all-around services at competitive prices. With the opening of the new site at Costanza, Romania, the aim is to optimize and improve specific services for engineering and offshore sector. The new project runs parallel with the existing shipyards’ network and follows
the installation at Tenerife shipyard of a floating dock capable to assist shipowners and operators, with a specific aim towards the offshore industry, with complex repair and conversion projects. Palumbo is a family company which has been an Italian leader in the ship repair, conversion and new building field through three generations. Palumbo operates with 7 Shipyards in: Naples (Italy), Messina (Italy), two in Malta (Malta), Marseille (France), Tenerife (Spain), Ancona (Italy) and commercial office in Monte Carlo (Monaco). Palumbo Shipyards is the owner of 14 dry docks, 1 slipway, berths, warehouses and areas used to pre-fabricate steel structures, piping, for mechanics and for the storage of materials. Source: Palumbo Shipyards Copyright (C) PortSEurope. All Rights Reserved. 2018.  

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