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Encouraged by the success of their ‘Trader’ series (30,000 DWT Bulk Carriers, built among others, at CSL, Kochi and HSL, Vishakhapatnam) and by the support and co-operation received from the Indian maritime community, the promoters of G.T.R. Campbell Marine Consultants Ltd. (“GTRC”) decided to establish SEDS in order to meet the growing design service requirements of the shipbuilding industry.
GTRC is well known as the designer who brought series production to commercial shipbuilding with their ‘Freedom’ design providing the template for an unequaled 172 vessels (built between 1965 and 1978) and becoming an enduring icon of series ship production. For many years, it has been the model of GTRC to work with owners and shipyards to provide services like ship design, sales and marketing, procurement, plan review, owner’s representation, contract negotiation, construction supervision, and newbuilding project management.
Two ‘500 passengers cum 150t cargo vessels’ for which the concept and basic designs were developed and supplied by Smart Engineering & Design Solutions (India) Private Ltd. (SEDS) were launched at Cochin Shipyard Limited, Cochin, India on the 30th of October 2018. SEDS used Knud E. Hansen A/S of Denmark (KEH) for vetting of the[…]
The passenger ships will be suitable for all-weather operations Steel was cut at the Cochin Shipyard on Tuesday for the construction of two passenger vessels, each with a capacity to carry 1,200 passengers and 1,000 tonne cargo, for the Andaman and Nicobar administration. Pon Radhakrishnan, Union Minister of State for Shipping, Road Transport and Highways,[…]
Plate cutting ceremony of the two 500 passenger-cum-150 tonne cargo vessels, built by the Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL) for the Andaman & Nicobar Administration, was held on 03rd March 2017. These are the first two ships, built for the A & N Administration, with a capacity of 500 passengers and 150 tonne cargo. CSL has[…]
KOCHI: Cochin Shipyard Limited completed construction of 20 Fast Patrol Vessel series for the Indian Coast Guard. CSL was awarded the work of constructing 20 Fast Patrol Vessels for the Indian Coast Guard on 20 th Oct 2010. CSL delivered the first vessel on 25 th Sept 2013 and subsequently delivered vessels in about two[…]
KOCHI: Two more Indian Coast Guard Ships (ICGS) designed and built by Cochin Shipyard Limited, were commissioned on Oct 21at Kochi. The ships have been christened ICGS “Aryaman and Atulya”. ICGS Aryaman literally meaning “possessor of greatness” will be based at Kochi under the administrative control of the commander, Coast Guard Region (West) and Atulya[…]
SEDS signs contract with CSL to provide design services for 500 Passengers cum 150t cargo vessel. In a bid to ease transportation hardships faced by the people of Andaman & Nicobar, the Centre has asked the Cochin Shipyard to build four passenger vessels at about Rs 1,400 crore. No new ships were acquired during the last[…]
It is the 18th vessel in the series of twenty Fast Patrol Vessels under construction for the Indian Coast Guard. The Protocol of Delivery and Acceptance was signed between Suresh Babu NV, Director (Operations), CSL and Commanding Officer (Designate) of the vessel Cmdt Neeraj Singh in the presence of senior officials of ICG and CSL.[…]
The Indian Coast Guard ship ‘Arush’, the 17th in the series of 20 fast patrol vessels designed and built by Cochin Shipyard Ltd., was commissioned here on Thursday. The ship was commissioned by the Coast Guard Commander (western seaboard) Additional Director General SPS Basra in the presence of the Commander Coast Guard Region (West) Inspector[…]
ICGS Arnvesh, a fast patrol vessel (FPV) of Indian Coast Guard, was commissioned here today. The ship is primarily intended to undertake surveillance at sea, coastal patrol, anti-smuggling and anti-piracy operations. Arnvesh is equipped with the most-advanced navigational and communication sensors and equipment, including night vision capabilities, and is fitted with 40/60 Bofors gun onboard[…]
Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) has delivered the 13th of the series of 20 Fast Patrol Vessel ICGS Anmol under construction for the Indian Coast Guard on June 1. The Protocol of Delivery and Acceptance was signed between Capt R.S. Sundar, Director (Operations), CSL and Commanding Officer (Designate) of the vessel Cmdt. Satish Bisht. DIG T[…]