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Replacing 4,200t of steel, installation of some 3.5km of 1" to 16" of pipes


Cameroon Shipyard and Industrial Engineering Ltd, otherwise known by it’s French acronym as CNIC was one of the companies that pulled the strings at this year’s SAGO jamboree. The event that was at its 11th edition ran from June 22, to July, 2022, registering the participation of many ministerial departments, private as well as state companies, etc. The occasion gave CNIC great visibility, with visitors having firsthand knowledge of the activities of the company that has remained unchallenged in the Gulf of Guinea in the ship repair business.


A convention N° 159/CC/MINTP-CNIC signed between CNIC and the ministry of public works August 24, 2016, to rehabilitate three ferries along the sanaga river in some villages in Upper Sanaga , in the Center region has been rekindled.

Some 13 technicians from CNIC are presently working in Bifogo, Ekone and Mengue bibey under the supervision of Mr Guintcha Timothé. Concretely speaking, some equipments like generators, winch, etc are being installed in some ferries, while in another, traction cable is being changed. In all the ferries, surface treatment shall be carried out.

The initial amount of the project was FCFA 388 million but the Project Manager Yonga Clovis says some additional works are being considered.



The General Manager of I the Cameroon Shipyard and Industrial Engineering Ltd, Maxime Roland AKA”A NDI’I April 28, 2022, presided over the technical reception ceremony of the German brand TADANO crane model CC 24.400-1. The machine which has boosted the equipment pool of the Limbe Shipyard Project considerably has been supplied by a Spanish company: RODONDO Y GARCIA S.A. Expectations are rife that production will increase in the days ahead.


Board members of the Cameroon Shipyard and Industrial Engineering Ltd met at Akwa Palace Douala on May 11, 2022,for their 150th session with the following in the agenda : Reading of the minutes of the last meeting and adoption, state of the execution of the resolutions of the 148th and 149th sessions, examination and adoption of the report of the external auditor concerning the situation of cash flow in CNIC and other matters.

The meeting was chaired by the Board chair, Louis Claude Nyassa.

Mont-Mandara the Ports Authority of Douala dredger


Mont-Mandara dredger belonging to the Ports Authority of Douala has left CNIC’s quai site after 21 days of repair works. According to Wayan Kobaisou, Project Manager, the vessel was on Dock 10000 tons for surface treatment, steelworks, mechanic, welding and panel-beating. The vessel owner expressed satisfaction on the quality of the work done and the assiduity of CNIC workers, shortly before leaving the site.


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