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Established in the year 1905, Loksa Shipyard Ltd. is located on the northern coast of Estonia, in the township of Loksa, just about 65 kilometres from Tallinn. …

Established in the year 1905, Loksa Shipyard Ltd. is located on the northern coast of Estonia, in the township of Loksa, just about 65 kilometres from Tallinn.

The Company is specialized in fabrication and painting different large-sized non-standard steel structures.

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  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
  • Loksa Shipyard Ltd.
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    • 1. Company history Historical development of Loksa Shipyard 19601905 1970 1986 1991 1992 1994 2004 2008  Activities begin at Loksa Shipyard  New workshops established as well as 560m of quays equipped with cranes  New production hall for building LASH barges  In 1992, Loksa Shipyard started production of hatch covers and twin deck covers as a sub-supplier for ship yards in Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Russia  In 2004, the repair facilities were closed down with the sale of the floating dock as the steel block activities increased  Loksa Shipyard focus on ship repair activities of vessels up to 115m in length (4,000dwt)  4,000 ton floating dock and several tugs added to operations  In the period 1986-1991 about 1000 LASH barges were built at Loksa Shipyard  Independence of Estonia (1991)  In 1994 OSS acquired Loksa Shipyard from the Estonian government  A comprehensive renovation of the facilities and installation of advanced production equipment was made  Loksa Shipyard has specialized into a company whose core competence is to form, handle, paint and outfit heavy steel structures 2009  Loksa Shipyard have been bought by Loksa Invest OU, the consortium of 3 Estonian companies Crown Solution OU, Frelok AS, Stako Diler OU
    • 2. LSY’s geographical location supports future opportunities Loksa
    • 3. Main production facilities Steel cutting workshop Steel cutting workshopSteel cutting workshop • LSY has various technologies for cutting steel such as gas cutting and plasma cutting including bevelling • During the cutting phase the plates are also marked for correct assembly
    • 4. Main production facilities Steel cutting workshop PROFILE PLASMA CUTTING MACHINE PCL-600
    • 5. FERMAT's WRF 130 (WF 130), Floor-Type, Horizontal Boring Mill Spindel Diameter = 130mm X-axis = 8000mm Y-axis = 3000 mm Ram Travel Z-axis = 900mm Spindel Travel W = 730 mm Turntable 2500x3000mm, V =2400mm Capacity 25000kg
    • 6. Main production facilities Metal structure workshops Main metal structure workshopAutomated welding • Main metal structure workshop next to the cutting facilities. – 14,580 m2 facility’s maximum height 13 m enables turning of long structures • Several welding technologies, such as submerged arc, MIG/MAG (both semi-automatic and robotised) and manual welding
    • 7. Main production facilities Painting workshops Painting hallPainting of ship blocks • In the painting workshops steel structures are blasted and painted • Painting workshops are also used for mounting outfitting to complex ship blocks • In 2005, LSY invested in a fully ventilated painting hall with dimensions of 34x34x15 meters and gates 32x15 meters, which makes it the largest of its kind in Estonia
    • 8. Port facilities Roll-On process (multi-wheeler “MAFI”)Barge arriving to the port • Four quays with maximum length of 210 m and depth between 3.6-4.5 m • Lifting capacity includes two port cranes with 10 t and 20 t capacity, and a gantry crane able to lift up to 100 t • LSY has two tug boats handling incoming barges and ships • Size of ships calling the port is limited by the draught • Largest ships that can call the port are main cargo/coasters
    • 9. Hatch Cover
    • 10. Bulk Head
    • 11. Transversal box
    • 12. Superstructure section
    • 13. Engine Room Bulk Head
    • 14. Bilge Block
    • 15. Upper Deck
    • 16. Deckhouse
    • 17. House Boat
    • 18. Fish Feeding Barge
    • 19. Service Barge For Fish Farming
    • 20. Foundation for the Wind mill
    • 21. Loksa Shipyard Production (tn) L S Y t o n n a g e 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
    • 22. Turnover without materials (thousand EUR) L S Y t o n n a g e 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 50000 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
    • 23. Facts /Facilities Title Working area, m² Number of cranes and lifting capacity, tn Height of working zone, m Gates HxW,m Metal Structure Workshop (5 Bays) 14580 1) 20;20;35 2) 35; 20;16 3) 35;20;10 4) 30;30;10 5) 5;5 13 5.2x4-3pcs; 8x7 & 15x10 Block Assembly Workshop 1800 (25+25); (25+25) 10 13.8x10; 22x10 Painting Workshops 3570 - 6.5; 7; 14 18x6.2-2pcs; 18x7; 32x15 KSU-1;KSU-2; KSU-3;KSU-4 4555 1)10;3;3 2)10;5;5 3)2;2;2;2 4)15;15 6; 5; 6; 6.5 3.5x3&4x4; 8.6x4;3x3&4x4;12x6.5;4.4x4 Cutting Workshop 9450 8; 6; 6; 6 8 5.1x4.3 - 3pcs Steel stock (outside) 6500 10; 4; 18.5; 10; 32 Other equipment/machinery Pipe bending machine, max 40mm Drilling machines, milling machines, turning machines Platform “MAFI“350 cap. 350t Hydraulic presses (400t, 500t, 600t) Platform “NICOLAS” cap. 100t Assembling portal “Pema 13500” Roll-trailers (max cap.130t) Welding portals KW4000 Forklifts, max.cap 7t Welding stations 260 pcs Profile cutting machine “PCL-600” Welding tractors Plasma cutting machines Max. weight for roll on – roll off 580t Gas cutting machine “UXD-P2500” Gas cutting machine Lille BOBO Bevelling machines
    • 24. Shipyard layout Administration building Metal structure workshop Profile cutting workshop Steel treatment line Cutting workshop Block assembly workshop KSU-1 (assembly & welding) Basin for barges Quayside area for ro-ro loading of barges KSU-2 (assembly & welding) Storing of finished products KSU-4 (assembly & welding, mach.) Paint workshop 3 (blasting & painting) KSU-3 (assembly & welding) Painting workshop 1 (blasting & painting) Painting workshop 2 (painting) Total production area • 60 000 m2 inside • 19 hectares in total
    • 25. Partners Odense Steel Shipyard Volkswerft Stralsund GmbH
    • 26. WWW.LS.EE

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