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Company profile

COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry Co. Ltd. is a main subsidiary of the state owned China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO). The group specializes in ship repair and conversion, ship new-building, offshore unit construction, offshore upgrades and conversions. The group consists of seven (7) subsidiary shipyards, each strategically located along the eastern China coastline, starting from the North and distributed all the way down to the South of China. (In Dalian, Lianyungang, Nantong, Qidong, Shanghai, Zhoushan and Guangdong.) COSCO Shipyard Group is increasingly being recognized by most shipping and energy companies internationally as being the clear leader in both shipbuilding and ship-repair, as well as in the offshore and gas oil industries. T. J. Giavridis Marine Services Co. Ltd., is in close cooperation with the COSCO Shipyard Group since 1995. It prides itself that within these years it has built a special relationship with the group, being trusted by its management and clearly holding the position of COSCO's leading representative in the Greek territory, having achieved mayor results to the mutual benefit of both our principals and our clients.


As a high-class repair enterprise in the area of southern China, COSCO (Guangdong) Shipyard is equipped with a Panama size 80.000 D.W.T. floating dock, a 150.000 D.W.T. dry-dock, four repair berths, a deep quay of 1200m, and 200,000 square meters of land area as well as other facilities. COSCO (Guangdong) Shipyard possesses a team of experienced engineers and skilled workers.  Since being established the shipyard has accomplished thousands of vessels' repairs from more than 28 countries and has abundant experience in complicated projects as well as undertaking new construction of offshore facilities and vessels.

Key Facilities

Cui Hua Shan Floating Dock 238 39.6 6.5 22000 80.000

1 x 30

1 x 10

Yuan Yang Nr. 2 Floating Dock 269 52 6.5 30000 150.000

1 x 20

2 x 12


Cosco Guandong Shipyard
Cosco Guandong Shipyard
Cosco Guandong Shipyard