Gemak Shipyard is capable of carrying out docking and repair works of any kind of vessel including cable layers, LPG / LNG carriers, Passenger and Ro-Ro Ships, heavy-lifters, high-speed catamarans and seismic research vessels. Shipyard has two floating docks with the lifting capacities of 9000 and 28000 metric tons.
Gemak Shipyard is the oldest company in Gemak Group of Companies founded in 1969, in the Golden Horn inside Istanbul. In 1981 all facilities of Gemak Shipyard were transferred to its current location in Tuzla Bay at the Sea of Marmaras, designated as ship repair and ship building area by the Turkish government. Gemak Shipyard is specialized in ship repair and conversion projects. Its compact layout enables good coordination between the administrative and operational divisions. The yard covers an area of 45.286 m², of which 15.885 m² closed and 29.401 m² open facilities. Gemak Shipyard accomplishes ship repairs and conversions of about 2.000.000 DWT per annum. Machining workshops of Gemak Shipyard are well-known with successful engine overhauls and repairs.
55T, 100T Float
30T, 100T Float
|Draft (m)||Crane Capacity|
|No1||300||7||55T (100T Atlet)|
The draft limitation is for entering the Tuzla Bay, actual draft limitation for the docks itself is more.
Gemak offers a great flexibility with combination of cranes.
With the same ownership and in close cooperation with Gemak Shipyard, TGE Shipyard offers docking for vessels up to 300meter.
TGE Shipyard was acquired by Gemak Group in June 2000. Since then major investment and infrastructure works have been carried out mainly for new shipbuilding and offshore construction projects. The Shipyard has total 13500 m2 enclosed workshops, one semi-slipway (L200 x W43,5 m) and 800 m. of pier. Total 42 off gantry and jib type cranes are available. 19 off turn-key new shipbuilding projects were completed between 2001 and 2010. Starting from 2009, TGE Shipyard perfectly integrated its new building experience in ship repair and conversion projects and succeeded on challenging conversion and repair activities, reaching an annual capacity of 3.500.000 DWT. TGE Shipyard holds one Suez-max size of graving dock, which is the largest one in Tuzla Bay.
The shipyard is founded on a total area of 87.109 m2. Facilities are contained within 10.972 m2 of closed area and 76.137 m2 of open area. TGE Shipyard has the world class skills required to construct and repair a variety of vessel types.
|Piers/Quays||Length (m)||Draft (m)||Crane Capacity|
|No1||300||7||Several option in combination|
Gemak Neta Fabrication Yard
Neta was founded in 2008 to support new building activities of Gemak Group of Companies by increasing the steel and pipe prefabrication capacities. It has 20.000 tons/year steel processing and 36.000 pipe spools production capacity annually with its extensive facilities. Some of the major equipment in Neta Fabrication Yard as follows:
- Underwater PlasmaCutting Machine with cutting dimension (9x28m)
- Dry plasma cutting machines with cutting dimension (4x27m) and (4x13m)
- Dry plasma & oxy-fuel cutting machine with cutting dimension (5,5x27m)
- Hand Plasma Cutting Machine
- Automatic shot blasting and shop primer facility with 4,7 m width
- 1500 Tones x 14m Roller Press
- 1000 Tone Universal Press (with moving head and plate)
- 400 Ton Universal Press
- 400 Ton Profile Bending Press
- 400 ton Box Press
- 100 ton Punch Press
- U-rib Welding Machines (2 off)
Gemak Altınova Shipyard
Gemak Altınova Shipyard was acquired by Gemak Group in June 2012. The shipyard has total 140.000 m² total area and will have 1290 m. of pier length. Infrastructure works and major investment will be completed by the first quarter of 2014 aiming to accomplish major fabrication projects and construction of large offshore steel structures as well as ship repair and complex conversion projects. The ground improvement and reinforcement were already completed. Extensive platforms were built for fabrication, assembly and erection of large and heavy steel structures. The necessary facilities and heavy duty vehicles for delivery of heavy loads to the barges, floating docks or semi-submersible barges/vessels will be available by roll-on roll-off method. One painting hole and one blasting hole each with dimensions of 60m x 26m x 20m, which can be combined to each other, will be set up within the first quarter of 2014. The halls will be equipped with dust collectors for blasting, vacuum remover units for recovery of the used abrasive, heaters to provide a stable temperature during painting and dehumidifiers to control the humidity levels inside the halls. Thus, complete surface preparation and painting works for large steel sections will be performed 365 days per year, independent from weather conditions. Gemak Altınova Shipyard is currently utilized in fabrication of 3rd Bosphorus Bridge steel deck segments consist of 46000 tons of steel.