Infrastructural Facilities At Chanch Yard

The Chanch Shipyard is set to catapult into an ultra modern phase of our legacy business as Chanch shipyard develops to cater to the emerging opportunities of shipbuilding in India and importantly to accommodate state’s objective of raising a Ship Building hub. The shipyard is in close proximity to the Pipavav Port, which is owned by and managed by APM Terminals on the west coast of Gujarat, emerging as an important gateway port for containers, bulk and liquid cargo.

With this shipyard ready to launch its first big vessel, and with a totally revamped and modern design cell in place, the company is all set to compete globally. At present, Chanch is shaping an avant-garde passenger ship, biggest ever to have been built in Gujarat; the eight-deck ship is meant for some 400 passengers and 50 tones of cargo, and is being built for the Andaman & Nicobar Islands administration.

Infrastructural Facilities

Graving dry dock 128 m x 25 m
Graving dry dock 128 m x 25 m
160 m long fabrication bay with 2 nos. 15 t Goliath cranes
160 m long fabrication bay with 2 nos. 15 t Goliath cranes
Panel, BLock & Hull assembly area of 30,000 sq. m
Panel, BLock & Hull assembly area of 30,000 sq. m
175 m long outfitting cum shiprepair jetty
175 m long outfitting cum shiprepair jetty
Self floating caisson gate for dry dock
Self floating caisson gate for dry dock
Side launchways for vessels upto 150 m
Side launchways for vessels upto 150 m