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Atlântico Sul Shipyard, established in November of 2005 through a partnership between the groups Camargo Corrêa, Queiroz Galvão.. This undertaking is considered to be a landmark in the reactivation of the shipbuilding industry of Brazil, resulting from an investment of R$ 1.4 billion, with a built-in processing capacity of the order of 160 thousand tons of steel per year.
Our company manufactures all types of carrier vessels of up to 500 thousand deadweight tons (TDW), as well as offshore platforms of the semi-submersible type, FPSO (Floating Production, Storage, and Off-loading), TLP (Tension-Leg Platforms) and SPAR, among others. We also offer a vast range of repair services for vessels and oil exploration units, taking advantage of the yard?s strategic and privileged location in relation to the global maritime carriage and the large deep water oil & gas production fields.
To be a landmark of the naval and offshore industry in the Southern Hemisphere.
We are committed to serving our customers, placing priority on safety and quality, and striving to value our human and technological capital by applying the best practices of social and environmental responsibility, aiming at increasing the wealth of our shareholders along with building prosperity with sustainable development for all those involved in our activities.
- People - We value and respect people. We foster an environment that enhances the development of their full potential and their pride of being part of Atlântico Sul Shipyard;
- Excellence - We devote our best to be a reference in safety, deadline, quality, and cost;
- Innovation - We implement change and innovation with a sense of urgency. By innovating, we will construct our future;
- Ethics - We act with integrity and ethics. We operate with transparency in our decision-taking. We hold ourselves accountable for our actions;
- Social and Environmental Responsibility - We promote prosperity in a sustainable manner for the benefit of our employees, our community, and our country.
Camargo Corrêa Group
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The Camargo Corrêa Group originated in 1939 as a small construction company that grew with Brazil and, at the same time, diversified its business. Nowadays, it operates in 20 countries and employs over 57.000 professionals. Its activities are structured in five business divisions: Engineering and Construction; Cement; Footwear, Textiles and Steel; Concessions; and Real Estate Development, Environmental Engineering and Corporate Division. In 2007 the group reported a consolidated gross operating revenue of R$ 12.4 billion.
The Queiroz Galvão Group
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The Queiroz Galvão Group was created in 1953 as a construction company and is currently active in various segments of the economy, such as: drilling and production of oil and gas, production and processing of foodstuffs, concession of public services in Brazil, financial market, steel plants and environmental engineering services. In the Civil Construction sector, the group is known worldwide for its quality, having undertaken projects in Brazil and in other countries of Latin America and Africa. The 54 companies that comprise the group generate annual gross revenues of around R$ 4.4 billion and are responsible for 20.000 direct job posts.
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Atlântico Sul Shipyard
Ilha de Tatuoca, s/n
Complexo Industrial Portuário Eraldo Gueiros
Suape – Ipojuca – PE – Brazil
Zip Code 55590-970 – PO Box 56
Phone: +55 81 3311-7200 Fax: +55 81 3311-7278
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Office in Recife
Av. Engo. Domingos Ferreira, 2589, 9th fl.
Suítes 902 and 903 Boa Viagem – Recife – PE – Brazil
Zip Code 51020-031
Phone: +55 81 3328-9300 Fax: +55 81 3328-9399
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Office in Rio de Janeiro
Av. Rio Branco, 53 , 4th Fl. – Centro
Rio de Janeiro – RJ – Brazil
Zip Code 20090-004
Phone: +55 21 2276-2300 Fax: +55 21 2276-2399