We are pleased to receive in our yard in June a Thai bulker Thor Nitnirund, a young vessel in their fleet with 61,190 DWT built in 2016.
She visited us after some grounding damaged part of her hull. Many works required for high technique level had been done on her as propeller and shaft maintenance, rudder checking and cleaning, engine overhaul, pipes, and valves renew, repaint hull, steelwork, etc. More than 300 tons of steel had been replaced.
Successful completing to satisfaction of owners in pandemics time is also a commendable effort from our team.
Despite this is the first cooperation between us, the success from this project surely starting forming our partnership
M/V Hai Ha 988 (formerly known as Ocean Queen) recently back to work after months of resting. She is a 53,505 DWT bulk carrier built in 2010. After an overhaul at Nosco Shipyard, she had joined Hai Ha fleet to continue her missions. We are so proud to become a trusted place for many big ships at her size.
During her stay, many of the work had been proceeded, including repainting of hull and cargo hutches, new BWTS installed, valve replacement, cleaning up of tanks, propeller works and others.
We hope this successful project will bring her luck in the long trips coming.
On June 16, 2021, Nosco Shipyard purchased 5 tons of Bac Giang lychee to give to the Company’s employees and local residents. This activity is in response to the call of the Vietnamese Government and the authorities of Quang Ninh and Bac Giang provinces to support the consumption of local agricultural products.
The recent outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic in Bac Giang took place at the time to harvest lychee – a local specialty that is exported to many markets around the world e.g., US, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, Europe, etc. with retail price from VND350,000 – 500,000 per kilogram. Besides, the pandemic is getting worse all over the world and Vietnam, which has greatly affected the consume lychee and the life of farmers in Bac Giang province. In order to support Bac Giang province, the Government and provinces across Vietnam simultaneously launched a movement to support and uphold the spirit of Vietnamese people using Vietnamese goods. The purchasing is carried out by the local government of Bac Giang province, controlled and took place in an orderly manner to limit the spread of the COVID-19. It also helps preventing the purchase price falling too low.
We hopes to make a small contribution to share difficulties with farmers, and at the same time, this is also an opportunity for Nosco Shipyard’s employees to enjoy “genuine” Bac Giang lychee, which is fragrant and nutritious.
Vietnam has seen another wave of COVID-19. This time, it is more aggressive with cases and deaths increased in number. However, in the worst circumstance, we see sympathy, sharing and consensus among Vietnamese people: people in the red zones stay at home for self-quarantine, local authorities of the safe zones send medical task forces and equipment to help the red zones, many philanthropists donate monies to purchase necessities and medical goods for doctors and nurses who are in the front line, etc. Nosco Shipyard is pleased to play a part in our community by contributing Covid-19 funds to Quang Yen’s Government where we headquartered. We hope this small contribution will bring more medical equipment, vaccine, food, water, etc. for our beloved people on the Vietnamese homeland. Join up and fight hard, we will win!
Nosco Shipyard is proud to serve another vessel in Vosco fleet and this time is Sunrise. She was launched from our platform in June after 12 days on her bay for her maintenance. Goodbye Vosco Sunrise and see you next time
We are pleased to welcome another beauty from Viet Thuan Group. Viet Thuan 235-01 came our yard in May for her fifth special survey (SS5).
Her docking project has been proceeded in 18 days including repainted hull, repair and cleans up shaft propeller, valves replacement among other works. Look at the pictures below to see how different our team had done on her.
Thank you, Viet Thuan Group for your trust in our dedicated service. Just come and sit, we are also ready for your next projects this year.
Quang Vinh 89 a 32,000 DWT bulk carrier built in 2010 just go back to work after drydocking and repairing from Nosco Shipyard. During her stay, many maintenances work had been proceed such as hull blasting and repainting, steel replacement, tank clean up, tail shaft and propeller works. Good sailing and see you soon.
The 74,000 dwt bulk carrier – S’hail Al Dukhan, has recently visited us for a repair project after her bottom bow area damage. This damage altered her plan, and time to carry out the repair jobs is the most critical to her schedule. Put aside other options, she put all her trust in Nosco Shipyard for this repair project.
Her main task of works is steel cutting and replacing along with other regular maintenance works. After 24 days of hard work and more than 70 tons of new steel replaced, we successfully brought her back to the sea with our pleasure.
We hoping this will be the beginning of a long partnership between us.
Oriental Glory had been to Nosco Shipyard – Vietnam in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam) for her fifth special survey on November 15, 2020. She was built in 1995 with 68,591 DWT and 224 meters long.
While she was on dock for 18 days, around 200 tons of steel works and 20 tons of pipeline had been replaced, as well as her hull been completely blasted and painted with a fresh coat of paint. Now, everything is ready for her to continue journeys.
We are very happy to serve and thanks for trusting and using service of Nosco Shipyard.
Good luck Oriental Glory and see you next time.