If you are involved in ship repair and maintenance afloat or in drydock you cannot afford to be without Drydock Magazine.

About Drydock Magazine

Drydock Magazine is the world’s leading magazine for ship repair, maintenance and conversion; providing editorial quality, expert knowledge and insights in the ship repair market around the globe.

Offering comprehensive and in-depth analysis and comment on all aspects of ship repair, covering the global market and providing key focus on specific issues and areas of ship repair, Drydock talks to key decision makers across the industry. It’s heritage, authority and independence mean that it is read- and relied on- by senior management of ship owners, managers and operators, ship repair yards and equipment manufacturers and suppliers.

Drydock magazine is published quarterly with continuous editorial news and opinions available on its website.

 

Latest News

  • UNMAR Shipping Services provides the solutions
    by Drydock Magazine on June 2, 2020 at 11:00 am

    “Our company is fully operated in all our strategic locations,” says Sofronis Christodoulou, WSR Service General Manager RIC. “In Cyprus and Greece, our staff are currently working from the office, and in Russian, Singapore, and Dubai, everyone is working from home due to local restrictions.” He explains; “We keep and follow all health measures imposed [...] The post […]

  • Namdock has resumed full operations
    by Drydock Magazine on June 2, 2020 at 10:25 am

    “Namdock has resumed full operations with effect from Tuesday 5 May 2020, in accordance with the inception of stage 2 of the lockdown, which has seen the partial easing of restrictive measures thanks to the recent flattening of the infection curve,” explains Heritha Nankole Muyoba, Acting Chief Executive Officer of Namdock. “Namdock’s repair and maintenance [...] The post […]

  • Strict COVID-19 measures enables work to continue...
    by Drydock Magazine on June 2, 2020 at 9:57 am

    A&P Group has deployed a strict programme of Covid-19 measures to ensure it can maintain its support to the maritime community as it emerges from the pandemic. Over the last eight weeks, A&P has deployed a number of stringent measures at all three of its UK facilities, allowing them to remain operational and continue essential [...] The post Strict COVID-19 measures enables work to […]