Largest Turkish jack-up platform launched

Launch ceremony at Hidrodinamik Shipyard

The platform, with deck loading of 60 tonnes/m2 and a 250-tonne crawler crane, is to be deployed on a project to expand the Port of Calais, France. It will be used for pile-driving and installation of concrete blocks in the sea.
The 36m-long platform has a width of 17.5m and has been designed and manufactured entirely in Turkey. It is classed by RINA and can work in water depths of up to 26m.
Hidrodinamik Shipyard general director Cengiz Kasap commented: “The jack-up platform, which will be used in the project to expand Calais Port, is an important milestone for our national shipbuilding industry. Our country will broaden horizons in the shipbuilding industry with this jack-up platform project which has the largest lifting capacity produced in Turkey with 100% domestic design and manufacture.”

A four-leg jack-up with the largest lifting capacity ever produced in Turkey has been launched at the Hidrodinamik Shipyard in Tuzla, Turkey.

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