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Overview of shipping industry

Represent 95% of the total merchandise trade Growing at more than 3% Value estimated to be more than USD 225 billion Currently dominated by Korea but tough competition from China

Indian shipbuilding industry

Had a value of Rs. 13700 crore in September 2006 Largely insulated by present boom in shipping & shipbuilding Cost competitiveness remains the significant advantage 27 shipyards in India, including 8 state owned

Bharti Shipyard Limited

Began in 1973 with small shipbuilding in Ratnagiri BSL builds Jack-up drill rigs, vessels for offshore industry Today BSL is building: Offshore supply vessels (OSVs) Platform supply vessels (PSVs) Multi purpose vessels (MPVs)

Bharti Shipyard Limited (Cont)

Currently expanding & modernizing its production facilities BSL has shipyards at Goa, Dabhol, Kokkata, Ghodbunder & Ratnagiri Head office at Fort Ghodbunder yard is spread over 12 acres & has 4 shipways suitable 4 building hulls up to 125m length

Types of ships
1. Commercial Vessels: Divided in to cargo ship, passenger ship & special purpose ship Cargo divided into 4 groups: General Cargo Vessels : for food, furniture, garments, footwear etc Tanker : for petroleum products Dry bulk carriers: carry coal, grain, ore etc Multi purpose vessel : for liquid & general cargo at same time

Types of ship (conti..)

Passenger ship: Includes ferries & ocean liners Tugboat : It moves vessels in a crowded harbor or narrow canal, barges, oil platform 2. Naval Vessels Modern naval is divided into three, modern warship is divided into seven & Battleship into eight category An aircraft carrier: for deploying & recovering aircraft act as a seagoing airbase A frigate: to protect other warship & marine

Types of ship (conti..)

3. Fishing vessels: Subset of commercial boat & categorized in seven criteria Inland & coastal boat: They trade upon lakes & river Barges: Help to transport heavy goods Riverboats: Designed to carry passenger, cargo, in challenging environment

Ships built by BSL

Offshore supply vessels halul21

Stern tugs/Tractor Jack up Rigs

Steel Cutting raw steel cut into proper shapes Blasting & painting blasted with minute metals known as bullets. Primer is applied followed by paint CNC plate cutting

Infrastructure (conti)
Assembly section different parts of the ship assembled on skids Pipe fabrication area process of fabrication of pipes takes place Hull Fabrication shop: All steel parts are moulded Cement Tank fabrication: Here fabrication work of cement tank takes place Slipway: This area is used to launch ship into sea after it has been successfully built

Inventory data in pdf

1. Ratnagiri: Situated at 375 kms south of Mumbai & this yard is the oldest of the company. It is capable of fabricating & erecting 14 vessels of various sizes Mumbai : The Ghodbunder yard spread over 12 acres of land & equipped with 4 slipwaysfor building hulls upto 125m length Goa : This yard spread over 5 acres of land & is owned by Pinky Shipyard Ltd. It has facilities of building vessels upto 5000 DWT & upto 140m in length



Branches (conti)
4 Kolkata : It is spread over 7 acres of land & has capacity of building vessels 125m in length & 22. in width Dabhol : It is spread over 300 acres if land. It can built Jack-up drill rigs, Offshore structure & ships upto 100000 DWT. It has one of the largest floating docks of about 155m. * 40m. Having 16000 tones capacity Mangalore : It is located in Kundroli west with an existing 28.3 acres of land. It has production supply vessels of 2900 DWT



Client base of Bharti Shipyard Ltd

Indian Client Indian coast guard Mumbai port trust Kolkata port trust Reliance Ind. Ltd Indian Navy The great Offshore Kandla port trust Overseas Client Sea cargo AS Al Jaber Est. Clipper Grp, Norway Norlines, Norway Ultra petrol Man ferostaal Norwegian Shipping Ltd

Organisational Structure of Bharati Ltd

Mission Statement of Bharti Shipyard Ltd Putting customers first Best service of quality and technical excellence with emphasis on prompt delivery are central to everything

Organisational Structure of Bharati Ltd

Human Resources
recognises the value of people

downward communication
employee goals linked with organizational objectives

motivated and committed workforce

Organisational Structure of Bharati Ltd

Research and Development
enhance quality, productivity and customer satisfaction through innovation

Joint Industry Project SAFE TUG initiated by MARIN, Netherlands

in the process of designing ships which will use CNG as fuel

Shipbuilding process overview

Stages in the process of ship building

1. Bid proposal broad design of the ship based on basic specifications. It is a very important step of the business. 2. Discussions on the Specifications and agreement ship price, shipbuilding process, genral layout, specifications, etc are determined and agreed upon. 3. Performance Design speed is the most significant factor of any ship. It ensures speed specifications by adjusting the hull form and tank testing.

4. Basic Design
other factors like load capacity of cargo, ship stability, fuel cost, etc to be complied with the specifications.

Stages in the process of ship building

5. Detailed Design

clarifies the design of components and parts of the ship to be built 6. Production Design enables the field staff to meticulously control a large amount of components on site 7. Material Ordering vital to manage and supervise the delivery dates of materials so that procurement is timely and accurate 8. Production Plan planning is necessary to control and supervise the flow of materials, work volume, job assignments and subsequent progress of the shipbuilding process.

Stages in the process of ship building

9. Cutting and Processing plates are cut and the process of heating and bending cut curved shapes takes place 10.Assembly components assembled block by block small-scale assembly, mid-scale assembly, large-scale assembly 11. Installation of Rigging articles plates into

rigging articles like pipes, electric wires are installed during the process of assembly
12.Mounting huge blocks huge blocks are mounted on the vessel; accurate positioning of each block is important 13. Launching takes place when all the blocks are mounted and joint

Stages in the process of ship building

14. Operation at the quay

every equipment and instrument is checked and reexamined in practice 15.Trial Cruise includes tests of speed, engine performance and operation of all equipment and instruments. 16. Delivery the ship is delivered to the customer