About the Shipyard

Possibilities

REMONTOWA SHIPBUILDING S.A. is one of the leading companies belonging to the REMONTOWA HOLDING SA. Cooperation within HOLDING gives the ability to offer comprehensive technical solutions whose final products are fully equipped, modern vessels.

Production
halls

Production halls

Preliminary processing hall C-173

  • 3 bays with (length 60 m, width 24m)
  • 2 overhead cranes
  • 12.50 tons in each bay

Prefabrication hall C-175

  • 3 bays with (length 84 m, width 24 m)
  • 4 overhead cranes 10 t
  • 1 overhead crane 20/5 t
  • 1 overhead crane 32/8 t

Blocks assembling hall C-181

  • 2 bays (length 74 m, width 30 m)
  • 2 overhead cranes in each bay
  • 4 overhead crane 32/8 t

Prefabrication hall C-167

  • length 60 m, width 24 m
  • 2 overhead cranes 32/8 t

Slipways

Slipways

Stand for launching vessels into floating dock or pontoon Cp 1 C

  • max hull length – 140.00 m
  • max hull width – 27.00 m
  • max weight – 3 500.00 t
Cp 1C is served by Peiner crane 12.50 t and gantry crane 300T

Side roller slipway Cp-1B

  • max hull length – 125.00 m
  • max hull width – 18.60 m
  • max weight – 3 000.00 t
Roller slipway assembly track is served by: 2 off “KONE” jib cranes of lifting capacities – 2x80 t

Stands for launching vessels using floating cranes Cp 1A

  • max hull length – 47.00 m
  • max hull width – 14.00 m
  • max weight – 400.00 t
Cp 1A is served by PEINER crane 20 t

Outfit quayside

Outfit quayside

Outfit quay: Cn-100

  • 500 m long of quay
  • 3 cranes of 26 t/17 m
The outfitting of vessels covers:
  • painting,
  • piping,
  • machinery and deck outfitting,
  • electric and electronic,
  • accommodation.

Assembly
lines

Assembly lines

Assembly lines

Two assembly lines for mounting, moving and launching vessels up to 130 m served by:
  • Peiner crane 12.50 t
  • Self-propelled gantry crane 300 t
Certificates & management systems

The Shipyard retains:

Certificate No.

NC-026

Certificate No.

QMS-95 GL

Certificate No.

172478-2015-AHSO-POL-RvA

Certificate No.

751/A/2014

Certificate No.

751/W/2015

Concession No.

B-004/2004

The REMONTOWA SHIPBUILDING S.A. builds vessels under supervision of the Classification Societies such as:

American Bureau of Shipping

DNV GL

Bureau Veritas

Registro Italiano Navale

Polish Register of Shipping

Lloyd's Register of Shipping

History
Change of the name to „Remontowa Shipbuilding”
The extension of the offer by car–passenger ferries, offshore support vessels, tugs
Start of construction of cargo vessels
Intensification of production of warships and scientific – research vessels
Discontinuation wagon's production and specialization in construction of fishing vessels and ship’s furniture
Establishment the Shipyard no. 3 whose activities covered the construction and repairs of wagons, tramways and small ships
2011
2003
the late
90's
1993
The early
80's
The early
70's
The early
60's
1955
1951
1950
1945
Acquisition of shares by the Gdansk Ship Repair Yard “Remontowa” S.A.
Transformation of the Shipyard into Joint Stock Company with 100% share of the State Treasury
Reactivation of fishing vessels production
Construction of special vessels and warships for Navies of Poland, Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and East German
Change of the name to Northern Shipyard
2011
2003
the late
90's
1993
The early
80's
The early
70's
The early
60's
1955
1951
1950
1945
Change of the name to „Remontowa Shipbuilding”
Acquisition of shares by the Gdansk Ship Repair Yard “Remontowa” S.A.
The extension of the offer by car–passenger ferries, offshore support vessels, tugs
Transformation of the Shipyard into Joint Stock Company with 100% share of the State Treasury
Start of construction of cargo vessels
Reactivation of fishing vessels production
Intensification of production of warships and scientific – research vessels
Construction of special vessels and warships for Navies of Poland, Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia and East German
Discontinuation wagon's production and specialization in construction of fishing vessels and ship’s furniture
Change of the name to Northern Shipyard
Establishment the Shipyard no. 3 whose activities covered the construction and repairs of wagons, tramways and small ships
Shipyard in numbers

72

years in business
Shipyard was established just after World War II

1005

vessels built
with a total length of 90 km, which equals to 1/8 of our shoreline

13

vessels under construction
It is more than in any of the previous 15 years

1005

launchings
which equals to an average of over 14 launchings per year

850

employees
As many as can get on 11 buses

58 500

m² of water area
It is approximately 46 Olympic swimming pools

16 500

m² of roofed area
That's more than the area of Spodek hall in Katowice

500

m outfit quay
Almost as much as five lengths of a football field

310 000

m² of total area
That’s more than the area of 40 football fields