Whether having a shallow draft with an increased dead-weight or speed, better seakeeping capability, higher escort performance, increased crew comfort needs or propulsion technology of diesel, dual fuel, full LNG, electric or hybrid; UZMAR has a solution for you.
High competence in-house detailed engineering, providing clients with premium tailor-made vessels.Read More
UZMAR Shipyard is the “first shipyard” to implement and apply SEM (ERP) Shipbuilding System in Turkey.Read more
UZMAR implemented a unique production method, by utilizing progressive engineering solutions and advanced technologies.Read more
All vessels maintain a clearly defined quality level according to the customer's demands and the most updated procedures and standards.Read more
UZMAR has built more than 200 vessels and delivered them to more than 22 countries in 6 continents.Read more
UZMAR field engineers and captains provide a free in-house or on-board technical and operational familiarization.Read more
Deputy Director, Transit, Department, Suez Canal Authority.
``I inspected the work and the system of the shipyard and I had good impression. They have a very good system and their quality is very good.
``The tugs we have ordered are multi-purpose vessels; we well use them for towing escorting( either direct or indirect), berthing and unberthing, fire-fighting and also pollution control. UZMAR have a standard design but according to our use of the tugs, we needed to make some small changes to the vessels and yard has been very flexible with us.``
Superintendent, Smit International.
Towage and Terminals Activities
`` The attention to quality is very impressive``, I have seen a big difference here in just that small space of time.
The attention to quality is very impressive. We chose UZMAR because it was possible for them to build the vessels in the short period of 10 months, but we also like the yard, and it's good group.
2019 started with exciting news of Turkey’s UZMAR Shipyard being a global influence of...Read More
UZMAR, PROFFESIONAL SAFETY AT SEA. On August 31, 2018, there was a heavy fuel...Read More