1. 5 slipways; length: up to 65 metres; permissible load: 450 tons
2. 120-metre outfitting wharf; draught: 4.5 metres
3. 300 metres of berths; draught: 4.5 metres
4. Shipbuilding hall (37 metres) with two 20-ton trolley cranes
5. Combined shipbuilding and flame-cutting hall (30 metres)
with two 3-ton trolley cranes and ESAB CNC flame-cutting machine
6. Roofed barge hall (36 metres)
7. Shipyard crane (slewing crane); SWL: 6.5 tons (20 metres) to 10 tons (12 metres);
runway length: 120 metres
8. Shipyard crane (tower slewing crane); SWL: 1.4 tons (42 metres) to 6 tons (12.3 metres)
9. Mobile cranes up to 500 tons (telescopic truck-mounted cranes)
10. Workshops with all common shipbuilding trades
11. Warehouse for all common shipbuilding materials
12. Vehicle fleet: one 7.5-ton HGV with 6-metre bed; two 2.8-ton vehicles
10. Ample space for subcontractors and storage
11. Car park for customers and subcontractors
1. ISO 9001:2008 certified shipyard (BVQI) for steel and aluminium construction (DIN 18800)
2. Expert international welding engineer (German Welding Society/DVS)
3. Shipbuilding engineers with international professional experience
4. Production Manager with 35 years of experience in shipyards
5. Own engineering office (AUTO CAD) incl. consulting services
6. Languages: German, English, Dutch, Spanish, Polish
steel and metal works
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Impressions of current shipyard activities, employees in action, and reference projects.
In addition to the construction and repair of vessels at our yard, we are specialised in worldwide voyage and harbour repairs and the maintenance of onshore and offshore constructions.
Our shipyard is certified in accordance to DIN ISO 9001:2008 and DIN 18800 and is in possession of modern, well maintained facilities and a committed, highly skilled crew.
On 21 June 1882, Johann Thomas Theodor Buschmann, a shipbuilder from Hamburg, founded the Theodor Buschmann shipyard.