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Ship Repair

Our wide range of qualified services under one Phone Number +47 2222 8500, one Call.

WESKROG through its worldwide points WESKROG Partners offers a complete ship repair service as per customer requirements.
We work only to find the best option for our customers in order to satisfy three main points: high quality, the shortest execution time and the lowest cost.

Our goal is to give our customers all they asked, nothing less and nothing more.

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Yard Repairs & Conversions
Port & Anchorage Repair
Thanks to our clients who cooperate with us in pool mode, we have a strong negotiating power with several worlwide shipyards.

With our booking system we have the ability always find a ready drydock for the ship needs.

Through our network we are able to find very quickly a free pier for any ship needs not covered in commercial operations, or where is possible, we can perform job in anchorage.

Pneumatic & Hydraulic
Mechanical & Steel Work
Electrical & Automation
Cranes, Hatch Covers etc... Many of our clients are totally reliant on us for programmed maintenance, system & condition monitoring, installation and emergency breakdown service 24 hours per day, 7 days a week.

From small-engine craft to large ships, diesel ship mechanics run diagnostics, repair faulty components, and perform regular maintenance on diesel engines and similar machinery.

This department is manned by highly skilled marine electrical technicians, with years of field and shop experience. Repairs, modifications and replacement of design modules for controllers, alarms systems and marine instrumentation are amongst the many services provided.

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Ship Repair Common Request

Fly Team Voyage Repair
Ballast Water Treatment
Exhaust Scrubber
The  fly-teams is ready to travel all over the world in order to carry  out your maintenance and repair projects on board a vessel while on  voyage, guaranteeing on-time completion with competitive cost.

The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM Convention) will enter into force on 8 September 2017. Wesmans deliver projects and executions.

The ship in the picture do not use scrubber. A scrubber is a device installed in the exhaust system after the engine or boiler that treats the exhaust gas with a variety of substances including sea water, chemically treated fresh water or dry substances, so as to remove most of the SOx from the exhaust and reduce PM to some extent.

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