Dormac’s head office is in Durban which is utilizing Price Edward Graving Dock and a Floating Dock with lifting capacity of 4500MT, both owned by the National Port Authority.
The Prince Edward Graving Dock can be divided into 2 compartments of 206,9m and 138,68m.
DORMAC - Durban The head office of ship repair in South Africa DORMAC utilizes the National Port Authority's facilities in conjunction with its ship repair services.
The Port of Durban is equipped to handle ship repairs at the Prince Edward Graving Dock, which can be divided into two separate compartments as well as on a floating dock at Bayhead, while small craft can be repaired on the slipway.
The Prince Edward Graving Dock can be divided into 2 compartments of 206,9 m and 138,68 m. The graving dock can be emptied in 4 hours while 5 electric cranes serve this dock ranging from 50 ton to 10 ton.
DORMAC's in-house divisions are the major contributors to DORMAC being able to offer a complete shipping and industrial service. The divisions are each managed as autonomous units. Each of these units has its own strong team spirit which, when combined, make DORMAC a highly motivated and competitive company that offer a complete service in the Marine and Industrial fields. The Port of Durban is situated on the East coast of Africa, 680 nautical miles north-east of Cape Agulhas. It was developed primarily for import cargo but over the years cargo flows have changed significantly and exports have become more important. Durban has become a major city in South Africa with the port being the busiest on the African continent and the biggest in terms of container capacity. Strategically placed on the world shipping routes, the port plays a vital role in the life of the city.
Dormac's grillage area is supported by the following cranage:
Demag Goliath 30t / 60t / 30t maximum lifting capacity in tandem of 120ton using a spreader beam.
Demag Goliath 25t / 5t with a lifting capacity of 25t.
Demag Goliath 15t / 5t with a lifting capacity of 15t.