Privinvest Shipbuilding Group: Produce High Sophisticated Vessels
Well, building ships is one of the biggest industries, and there are certain shipbuilders who are quite good at it. Of course, it’s also a niche specialty. Privinvest Shipbuilding has top-notch construction, and design facilities in the Arabian Gulf, the Mediterranean, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. The Group has designed and manufactured successful and recognized vessels in the Luxury Super Yacht, Commercial Vessels and Naval markets. The Group boasts of 6 modern shipyards, employing 2,500 workers who specialized in vessel construction and repair delivering more than 1,600 vessels worldwide.
With its headquarters in Lebanon, Privinvest Shipbuilding Group is one of the leading shipbuilding companies in the world. It has its shipyards in several countries including Germany (Nobiskrug, German Naval Yards, Lindenau), the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi Mar), Greece (PISB), France (Constructions Mécaniques de Normandie), and the UK (Isherwood’s).
When it comes to building navy ships, Privinvest has the wherewithal or the expertise and experience to make these carriers. Using aluminum, steel, and advanced composite materials they have built over 700 very advanced researches, civil and naval vessels. They’ve continued to optimize its organization, skill and invest in new machines and tools to deliver solutions and services adjusted appropriately to the evolving demands of navies and industrial partners in all corners of the world and to suit the needs of a fiercely competitive market.
With facilities throughout the Eastern Mediterranean, Northern Europe, and the Arabian Gulf, Privinvest is fully equipped with sophisticated military-grade tooling, workshops, and highly skilled teams of knowledgeable shipwrights and project managers to oversee all the project is done accurately, on time and on budget. Furthermore, Privinvest offers 24/7 support with advice and guidance. They also provide maintenance and repair services to optimize the vessels’ ability by reducing the impact of the vessel’s breakdown on operational expectations.