19th to 21st of May 2020

Factoria Naval get back on its feet with the repair of a tuna fishing boat

It takes over of an identical ship of the same Ecuadorian ship owner and it means a 50 days workload - 100 people work in the shipyard The tuna fishing boat "UGAVI", from the Ecuadorian Pesquera Ugavi SA, take over in the Factoria Naval slipway the ship of the same ship owner "UGAVI Dos" that today come back sea after almost 2 months stopped in the shipyard, where it was undergo repair and maintenance tasks.

100 workers will be on charge during next 50 days of the tune-up of he second tuna fishing boat, a 86 meters long vessel that usually works in the Pacific Ocean, according company sources, that trust in, by the end of October, close some of the repair contracts to which it aspires.

In this way continuity will be given to the activity of the company and one more step in the consolidation of a business recovery begun in 2012.

Impact

The shipyard board of directors wants to emphasize that the Factoria recovery has direct consequences in the naval sector, in the auxiliary brands, but also in the economy of the area.

Factoria Naval leave behind, little by little, a 2 years crossing (2010 - 2011) when it get over a bankruptcy proceeding. Now it tries to settle in the national and international ship repair markets, leaving for the moment shipbuilding.
(Source: Faro de Vigo)

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