CNdM operates large, modern and well-equipped workshops situated in front of the two dry docks, No. 8 and 9. Each of these workshops is involved in a single activity (mechanical work, steelwork, pipe work, lifting, logistics, electrical work and general store), and is properly equipped with significant overhead cranes and advanced machinery.
Chantier Naval de Marseille has specialized workshops capable of independent production and can even host subcontractors. With operations ranging from scheduled and planned dockings to unexpected emergency operations, from little tugs to the new giants of the sea, CNdM has the facilities, the people and the technical knowhow to carry out any kind of repair on all types of vessels.
In the mechanical workshop the yard has 3,300 sq. meters properly equipped with overhead cranes up to 50 tons and all necessary tools machines such as: lathes (including a 13 mt long sliding bed lathe, a vertical lathe with 3 mt diameter capacity), grinding machines, milling machines, slotting machines, drills, saws, cutting machines, descaling machines, boring machines (including a large horizontal boring machine), press, cleaning station, set pressure station, test station, and an injection bench. The mechanical workshop is perfectly suited to cover the whole range of marine applications, from delicate diesel injection works to heavy gear machining such as rudders, tail shafts, thrusters, and propellers.
In the steel and pipes workshop, CNdM has 3,300 sq. meters properly equipped with overhead cranes up to 50 tons and all necessary machines to cut, shape, weld and fabricate any steel or pipe you may need. The tools include a plasma cutting set, a guillotine shear, a punch, several chain saws, a nibbler, band saws, press, hand folding machines, bending machines, column drills, lathes and threading machines.
CNdM provides dedicated storage areas, covered and secured, up to 4,000 sq. meters, to stock owners and suppliers of spare parts and equipment; these areas are especially convenient in cases involving conversion and refurbishment of passenger vessels.
|PLANT FACILITIES||KEY FIGURES|
|Total surface||90.500 sqm|
|Covered surface||19.700 sqm|
|Equipped workshops with systems, machineries and lifting means for working plates and profiles||6.800 sqm|
|Covered areas for storage and/or heavy steel manufacturing||9.500 sqm|
|Canteens, changing rooms, structures all suitable according to healthe requirements, environmental respect and safety.||Available|
|Cranage||Dockside rail cranes: 1x50t / 1x150
Mobile harbour crane: 1x40t
|Pier 1 Poste 190 mt||Pier 190: 450mt / Pier 114; 450mt|
CNdM operates dry docks No. 8 and 9 in Marseille Port, capable of receiving the largest vessels, and 450 linear meters of completely equipped berths. CNdM has dry dock No. 10 (the largest in the Mediterranean) with a 465x85 mt capacity.
The drydocks, directly managed by the shipyard, are covered by cranes up to 50 tons (150 tons at dock No. 10).
The drydocks are run on a 24h/7/365 basis and can be mobilized at short notice.
Dry Dock n. 8
Useful dimensions: 320m (lenght) x 53m (width)
Dock-gate: 55,50m (lenght) x 9,50m (width)
Specifications: 1,80m Keel blocks heigh / 11,70m Draught forward / 11,70m Draught after.
Dry Dock n. 9
Useful dimensions: 250m (lenght) x 37m (width)
Dock-gate: 39m (lenght) x 6 (width)
Specifications: 1,80m Keel blocks heigh / 7,70m Draught forward / 8,70m Draught after.