ORIENTAL GLORY: A NEW COAT FOR NEW CHALLENGES

ORIENTAL GLORY: A NEW COAT FOR NEW CHALLENGES

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.

Nosco Shipyard – Vietnam received yet another bulk carrier recently. Vinacomin Ocean, a ship with 179 meter long and 30,548 DWT docked and had its hull completely blasted and painted with new coats of paint. Her propeller was also repaired and dynamically balanced, among others. In her 5th #intermediate #survey (IS5) this time, all works had been carried out on time and within budget.

On October 14, 2020, she departed our shipyard in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam).

Good sailing. See you next time.

 

On December 8, 2020, with the direction and cooperation of the Police Department (PD) of Quang Ninh province, Quang Yen town, Tien Phong commune, and the People’s Committee of Tien Phong commune, NOSCO Shipyard debuted its “Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime” pursuant to Directive No. 03-CT/TTg dated December 1, 2011 of the Prime Minister and Directive No. 07/CT-BCA-V28 dated August 15, 2014 of the Ministry of Public Security, responding to the movement of all people to protect national security in the corporate environment.

Speaking at the ceremony, Ms. Nguyen Thi Lan Phuong – Deputy Head of PV05 Department, Quang Ninh PD, said that the model of Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime of NOSCO Shipyard was established and organized professionally promising practical achievement. The representative of Quang Ninh PD also suggested polices of Quang Yen town to pay attention and coordinate closely with NOSCO Shipyard to organize training for the Team and establish an effective communication channel between local authorities and the enterprise. After all, the establishment and operation of the Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime are to bring a safe and secure environment to directly serve the production and business activities of NOSCO Shipyard, Mr. Phan Anh Dong – Deputy Chief of Quang Yen Town Police emphasized at the ceremony.

On behalf of NOSCO Shipyard, Ms. Tran Thi Hong Nhung – Deputy General Director expressed her thanks to the local authorities for supporting and facilitating the business and commits to instruct the company’s departments to create favorable conditions for the team to operate stably and effectively.

So far, Quang Ninh province has established 4951 self-managed groups and 423 self-managed clusters in the province and the Self-managed Worker Team to Prevent Crime of NOSCO Shipyard is one of the 5 teams in the model of self-managed workers to prevent crime at Foreign Direct Invested enterprises that the government of Quang Ninh province was implementing. The parties expect that the model applied at NOSCO Shipyard will be practical and successful so that it can be replicated in other localities.

 

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Dong Bac Sun docked our yard in Quang Yen (Northern Vietnam) on September 9, 2020 for her special survey in 10 days. In the past, she had visited our yard in 2017 for her conversion from SB to GC class, and now, she with other 4 ships in her company have visited our yard for marine services in just 2020.

In the very early morning of September 19, 2020, she sailed out to the ocean pursuit her voyages from our Yard on a colorful day.

Good sailing! See you next time!

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VSICO Progress departed today (September 16, 2020) from our shipyard in Quang Yen (Northern Vietnam). The 145-meter-long and 12,550 DWT container ship was docked 7 days for her special survey.

Wish you all the best.

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September 1: ship owner requested

September 2: ship is docked

Viet Thuan 32-02 is one of the examples showing NOSCO Shipyard’s capacity and availability to dock a ship at any time requested. Generally, it takes weeks or even months to prepare for docking of a ship of 180-meter-long and 32,816 DWT like Viet Thuan 32-02 since the requesting for service. But in NOSCO Shipyard, we can help making it fast, precise and promptly in just under one day.

Viet Thuan 32-02 docked our yard in Quang Yen (Northern Vietnam) on September 2, 2020 for her emergency repair of her hull for 10 days. Her request is fulfilled in under one day thanks to our availability 4 drydock slots (4 more slots are planned) and a large syncrolift system that can lift ships of up to 70,000 – 80,000 DWT. Up to now, the syncrolift system of NOSCO Shipyard is the largest ship lifting system in the Southeast Asia.

We know that minimizing downtime of a ship is saving money for our valuable customer.

 

We are recently made an impressive record in February: 7 repairs projects successfully carried out by our technical team.

Pioneer Elite is the third vessels departed from our shipyard after finished 13 days of her repairs period. Her main request for this time is repainted hull and steel work, more than 20 tons of steel had used for her. All the jobs took place on the right way as expected.

Good bye Pioneer Elite. Wish you fair wind and calm sea!

Tan Binh 279 had finished her special survey after 21 days on dry dock at Nosco Shipyard. The main scope of work is repainted the hull, clean up tanks and propeller. More than 2 tons of zinc had been replaced for corrosion resistance. All the jobs carry out in deep smooth. Our team were still working even harder for 2 more vessels from her fleet.

Congratulation to Tan Binh 279 with this succeed project. Good sailing and see you next time.

MV Silver Star, a 56,000 DWT bulk carrier recently completed her docking survey at our yard in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam).

She completed her third special survey (SS3) including installation of a new ballast water treatment systems, among other works.

Nosco Shipyard wish her the best for her next duties. Good sailing and see you

Hai Nam 88 departed NOSCO Shipyard in Quang Ninh (Northern Vietnam) on December 21, 2020 after her first special survey.
This is the last ship from Hai Nam fleet visited our yard in 2020. She is a bulk carrier with 22,100 DWT and 147 meter long.
Good sailing. See you next time