Jib-cranes erection



Jib-cranes erection

Konecranes Single Boom Shipyard Cranes are the right choice for general ship outfitting. They can be used in small and large shipbuilding and repair. With the latest design enhancements from Konecranes, they can be made rigid for heavier loads.



Konecranes Plc (KCI Konecranes prior to 16 March 2007) is a Finnish company, headquartered in Hyvinkää, which specialises in the manufacture and service of cranes and lifting equipment as well as the service of machine tools. The firm produces about one in ten of the world’s cranes, of which around 80% are for use in factories and the remainder at ports. Konecranes products are made for industries handling heavy loads meaning ports, intermodal terminals, shipyards and bulk material terminals.



“Konecranes Ukraine” PJSC

Knowledge of production processes of ukrainian industries, using Konecranes scientific, technical and methodological bases, and strict adherence to the most modern international standards allows “Konecranes Ukraine” to offer products of the highest class, well-known for their reliability, performance, efficiency and safety in operation.



“InterKranProjekt” LLC, Ukraine

LLC “InterKranProjekt” history began with the organisation of the technical department in CJSC “Craneservise Ukraine” in 1995. LLC “InterKranProjekt” was organized in 2009. It includes departments of engineering and department of site operations. IKP specialists have wide experience in the design of modernization projects of various complexity – from separate components and systems to full replacement of all equipment.



Baku Shipyard, Azerbaijan

President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev laid the foundation stone for Baku Shipyard on 19 March 2010 and officiated inauguration on 20 September 2013. Baku Shipyard LLC joint venture was founded on May 10, 2011 under the laws of Republic of Azerbaijan, by the State Oil Company of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) owning 65%, Azerbaijan Investment Company (AIC) 25%, and Keppel Offshore Marine (KOM) 10%, has developed and put into operation the most modern shipbuilding and ship-repair facility in the Caspian Sea. Keppel Offshore Marine (KOM), with its history of being one of the global leaders in offshore rig design, construction and repair, ship repair and conversion and specialized in shipbuilding has been appointed as the operator to manage the yard. Main activity of the Baku Shipyard consists of the construction of a variety of vessels ranging from offshore support vessels, general cargo vessels, tug boats, crane vessels, specialized vessels and passengers vessels to tankers. The yard also undertakes ship repair and conversion of such vessels.