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CNIC has relevant equipment and facilities for a shipyard to serve the needs of clients in rig repair/conversion and ship repairs. These facilities have significantly increased since the Limbe Shipyard site became operational.

CERTIFICATES

  • Ultrasonic Tickness Measurements Certificate;
  • Certification to ISO 9001 ongoing

Informations générales sur les chantiers

Description Douala Yard Limbe Yard
Road access Yes Yes
Rail access Yes No
Air access Douala International Airport Douala International Airport
Sea access Direct access to Atlantic Ocean Direct access to Atlantic Ocean
Max water depth 6.9m 14.9 m
Tide range 1.85 m to 2.90m 1.85 m to 2.90m
Distance to open sea 25 Km 0 Km
Covered Fabrication area 5000 2 12800 2
Blasting and painting area 1500 2 100002
Warehouse and Storage area 2000 2 600 2 + 200002
Assembly and erection area 2000 2 200002
Bathymetry available available

Quay side facilities

Douala

  • Logistic Quay : Lenght: 200m Water, Depth : 5m at low tide;
  • Berth 17: location of our 10,000T & 500T drydocks;
  • Covered workshops: 5,000m2;
  • Covered warehouses: 10,000m2;
  • Uncovered area for storage and various fabrication: 20,000m2.

Limbe

  • Quay wall : 400m, water Depth 12m at low tide protected by a 700m long breakwater;
  • Mooring bollards: 50 and 100 tons;
  • Covered workshops: 5 000m2;
  • Covered service workshops: 1 200m2;
  • Uncovered area for storage and various fabrication: 40 000m2

LIMBE Yard details

CNIC has developped a vast facility in LIMBE on the Atlantic shoreline, less than one hour's drive from the main commercial city of Douala on a good asphalt road. The Limbe site has several natural and professional advantages.

Advantages

  • 400m service quay available;
  • 700m breakwater available;
  • Min depth: 12m;
  • Deep and clear water especially for underwater inspections;
  • Round the clock direct access to the Atlantic Ocean;
  • Available land for further expansion(40ha).

Many projects have been already executed, for instance NOBLE TOMMY CRAIGHEAD, PRIDE CABINDA, SANAGA I PLATFORM, BECUNA, FODLA,DAGDA and many others.

OUR EQUIPMENTS

Dry docks

  • 10,000TLC (Length 172m x Inner Breath 33m);
  • 1,000TLC (Length 63m x Inner Breath 13.5m);
  • 500TLC (Length 36m x Inner Breath 13.5m). 

Lifting Equipment

  • Mobile Cranes: Ranging from 25T to 200T lifting capacity;
  • Forklift Trucks : Ranging from 2.5T to 12T lifting capacity.

Other floating equipment

  • 01 service boat (CNIC2-1200HP);
  • 01 work barge of 25 x 8 x 2m;
  • 01 work barge of 28.60 x 20.10x3.50m;
  • 01 cargo barge of 104m x24m

Transport equipment

  • 01 Low loader (60T);
  • 02 semi trailer trucks;
  • 02 crane trucks;
  • 01 tipper truck
  • 10 pick-up
  • Personnel and customers' buses. 

Équipement de production

  • Electric and Diesel welding machines (for SMAW, GMAW, TIG, FCAW welding);
  • Blasting and Painting Equipment;
  • Scaffolding equipment;
  • Cooling pumps;
  • FFI pumps;
  • Cutting equipments & tools;
  • Machining equipment (lathes, drills, milling machines etc.);
  • Electric and Diesel compressors (212/hour and up to 10 bars);
  • High pressure pumps ( up to 500 bars);
  • Generators ( up to 500 Kva).

 

Jack up Crane Barge (Jup 111)

  • Length 56m x Beam 27m x Depth 3.5m;
  • 400T lifting capacity with 54m crane boom;
  • 80 beds capacity living quarters; 08 legs of 1.8m diameter and 62m long each
  • Clear work surface area of 400m2;
  • 02 Caterpillar Generators of 350Kva.

 

MANPOWER

Our people are the cornerstone of our success. Each time our services are solicited, we consider it a compliment to the people behind our performances and deem it a challenge to do even better.

The performances, reputation and reliability of a firm in our ultraspecialized sector of activity can only be predicated on the skills and know-how of its staff. CNIC taps from its pluri-disciplinary workforce galvanized by Engineers and dozens of highly trained and specialized senior technical support staff in different specialties.

Our workforce is a blend of skilled professionals from a wide spectrum of trades such as engineering, architecture, design technicians, industrial welders and painters, electricians, mechanics, pipe fitters, sandblasters, and a strong corporate communication and public relations unit.

In the potentially acrimonious activity of ship repair, where nerves are irritated and the imagination stretched, we pride ourselves in having promoted a convivial attitude and securing a harmonious social climate at work.

Workforce status

N°  Man Force Permanent Experience moyenne Integrated partners Total    
1 Certified Welders 45 14 150 195   Total  Permanent and partners: 1006
2 Pipe fitters 15 14 85 100  
3 Steel workers 40 15 200 240   Permanent mainforce : 250
4 scaffolders 16 15 70 86  
5 Blasters&painters 20 14 70 90   Administration staff: 50
6 Electricians 10 14 30 40  
7 AC technicians 03 14 30 33    
8 Mechanics 10 17 40 50    
9 carpenters 06 13 20 20    
10 QA/QC inspectors 07 15 15 22    
11 HSE officers 13 15 30 30    
12 Crane operators 05 14 15 10    
13 Riggers 06 15 30 20    
14 Draftmen 06 17 30 20    
15 Supervisors 08 18 20 15    
16 Equipments workforce and others 30 18 20 15    
17 Project engineers 10 14 10 20    

 

Le Flying-Squad

  • CNIC’s Flying-Squad composed of engineers and certified technicians undertake repairs on customers’ production sites;
  • Flying-Squad ensures no downtimes while repair is underway;
  • Flying-Squad enables cost savings as rig/vessel does not need to be towed to shipyard site.
  • Enables quick reaction times for emergencies when the rig/vessel cannot be taken away from its production site;
  • Flying-Squad can reach any site from offshore West Africa.