ABOUT US

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Çeksan is one of the most reputable and reliable shipyards in the Republic of Turkey with a leading position within the production, repairing and conversion of small and mid-sized vessels. As performing an active role in the shipbuilding industry over 60 years, the company built more than 70 vessels in a wide scope from basic barges to sophisticated ferries and chemical tankers in any class and type. Over the years in both new building and repairing services, Çeksan achieved total satisfaction of its worldwide customers by success in planning with vast experience and know-how that providing tailor-made solutions ended with delivery in time for all.

Together with continual investments in innovation and technology, today Çeksan is equipped by facilities that allow building and repairing vessels up to 25.000 DWT and docking up to 15.000 DWT in certain dimensions, with steel processing capacity for 7.500 tons per year.

As it is today, in the future, under the guidance of customer-oriented policies, Çeksan Shipyard will continue being a powerful ally for its customers in building future projects of the seven seas within the frame of total quality.

 

History

The foundations of the Çeksan shipyard were laid in 1960 at Golden Horn of Istanbul by Mr. Habip BAYRAK. In its early years, the company participated in marine business with construction and maintenance of small-sized wooden and steel ships. Years after, Çeksan focused on the construction of steel structures by re-organizing in 1979.

The Shipyard was relocated to the current location on Tuzla bay in 1986. In the early '90s, Çeksan showed considerable development and reached its current situation with continual efforts. Investments are being carried on to provide better services to our customers.

Since its establishment, the Çeksan Shipyard has been being governed by the BAYRAK family. Today, as a tradition passes to generations, the third-generation advances in marine business with expanding knowledge and experience of 60 years.

 

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