Vedam secures order for designing and construction of 12 shallow draft vessels for use by Nigerian Oil Company for transporting oil generated at their oil fields
There are a number of maritime construction facilities throughout the Gulf Coast region but the facilities at Leevac are second to none. From their well-equipped CAD engineering department to their state-of-the-art indoor fabrication shops complete with an automated NC cutting table, panel line, CNC pipe fabricator – they provide everything needed to get the job done quickly, efficiently and safely.
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With two new additions in its fleet, SCI now alone owns more than 50% of India’s ship tonnage
The Maritime Labor Convention is expected to bring in the much desired transformation in seafaring
At LEEVAC Shipyards, LLC, we make it a point to hire employees who strive to provide the best and most efficient service possible – because our customers continue to be the driving force and axis upon which our company revolves. Everyone at LEEVAC Shipyards is proud of our history and looks forward to each and every opportunity to provide our customers with quality service.
Among the fleet of U.S. Shipyards and shipbuilders emerges a consistent and trusted company from the Gulf region. LEEVAC is tireless in its commitment to build the shipbuilding industry and is signing new contracts at record speed. Recently Leevac Shipyards Jennings, LLC, Jennings, LA, was happy to announce that it's signed contracts with Bay Houston Towing Co. and Suderman; Young Towing Company, each of Houston, TX, to create 2 (2) 80' x 38' x 16' Z-Tech 2400 class Terminal / Escort Tugs.
Country’s largest shipping company, Shipping Corporation of India has acquired another vessel making it the third one this month and eighth in this year
Country’s largest shipping company, Shipping Corporation of India, has taken delivery of the first of two PSVs and also first of the two AHTS it has ordered with the Cochin Shipyard
India’s largest private shipbuilder, ABG Shipyard has built country’s second pollution control vessel (PCV), Samudra Paheredar, for the Indian Coast Guard and will be commissioned tomorrow.
All three VLCCs that were taken delivery of by Great Eastern Shipping this year have been handed over to the buyers