Equipped with comprehensive facilities and skilled workforce, IMC-YY offers a comprehensive range of services with leading technologies and equipment to ship repair and maintenance to clients from all over the world.
Ship repair and maintenance
The Completion Ceremony of AVATAR's Conversion to Helicopter Carrier was hold on 20 Dec. 2014.
On 28 Aug. 2012, MV. JADE set sail after IMC-YY successfully finished the sea-damage repair. This is a challenge for IMC-YY to conduct such tough sea-damage repair project which involves so many different majors on machinery, electrical, and steel renewal works. IMC-YY people well planned the project and worked very hard to get through the test successfully, and won praise from both owner side and class surveyors. Currently, the good vessel MV. JADE is back in service again.
A new fuel efficient bulb designed for the most frequent sailing conditions (speeds and draughts) were installed on MV. TAMESIS in 2015 at Zhoushan IMC-YONGYUE Shipyard & Engineering Co., Ltd. IMC-YY spent 72 hours completing the steel structure project of New Bulbous Bow Conversion Project for MV. TALISMAN.
Currently, IMC-YY has successfully undertaken the repair of five LPG, including VLGC MT MING LONG (EX: SENA JUMBO 224X36X20.7M) and various types of LPG. In particular, the renewal of a large number of cryogenic steel plates have also been achieved on VLGC vessels successfully.
This project marks the successful completion of the conversion of shorten project (shortened 4.25m).
From Aug. 2016 to Sep. 2016, IMC-YY took in 16 PCTC successively in the aggregate, except for other types of vessels. Furthermore, IMC-YY once held 6 PCTC in repair at the same time. Now, all the vessels finished repair adhere to the schedule and leave IMC-YY gradually. All of them are from world-renowned ship companies in Asia and Europe and etc.
On September 26, 2016, China Association of National Shipbuilding Industry and IMC-YY held a presentation themed Embracing Shipyard Environmental Responsibility via New Cutting Edge Green Technology. And around 100 representatives from home and abroad participated in the demonstration on work site. It is the first time applies multiple new cutting edge hydro-blasting equipment and intelligent coating robot on vessel repair, presenting the new era of ship repair in China features in new technology and intelligent production is coming.
In late September, a large-scale PCTC eased away from the dock in IMC-YY slowly. The vessel has just finished bulbous bow conversion applying new technique and equipment. First, adopted the laser leveler to mark out outside the dock so as to control the accuracy of the joint cutting plane at±1mm, then applied the semi-auto cutter for cutting with non-allowance. Eventually, employed semi-automatic welding car (first case in China) to finish the job. It ultimately takes 4.5 days to finish the project, which is ahead of schedule for half a day along with higher quality and achieved general consent of ship owners and surveyors.
One set of Oceanserver system on PCTC MV Hoegh Trove in 2010. One set of Techcross system on cape size bulker MV Shin Sanyo Maru in 2012, Two sets of JFE system on cape size bulker MV Cape Canary in 2014 & MV London Courage in 2015. One set of PANASIA system on chemical tanker MV IVY EXPRESS in 2016. One set of Wartsila system on PCTC MV Boheme in 2016.
IMC-YY has been focusing on mechanical repair and maintenance projects and achieved certain results.