The repair dock of 270 x 45 x 12 M (Dock-1) can accommodate ships up to 1,25,000 DWT. The dock has high capacity discharge pumps to drain it in less than three hours. It is served by four LLTT cranes, two of 40 T each, one of 60 T and one of 10 T capacity. The dry dock is fitted with Hauling Carriage for safe docking and un-docking of ships.
CSL is equipped with various types and capacity cranes ranging from 300 & 150 T capacity Gantry Cranes, 10T – 50T capacity LLTT cranes and other mobile cranes. Service of cranes are available at entire length of berth.
CSL has full-fledged hull shop, machine shop, engine shop, electrical shop, pipe shop etc with all kind of modern equipment. The machine shop is equipped with modern machine tools like Plano -miller (up to 30 T) Bar Boring equipment (up to 300 mm dia), Inside Grinding machine (up to 300 mm dia), Heavy Duty Lathes (up to 12M length), Horizontal Drilling machine ( up to 100 mm boring & 600 mm drilling), Shrinkage equipment (up to 6 M x 900 mm O.D), Cylindrical Grinding machine (630 mm dia x 2 T), Horizontal Boring machine (up to 560 mm dia), Dynamic Balancing machine (up to 3 T) etc.
CSL has entered into a MoU agreement with Mumbai Port Trust for management, operation and modernization of Ship repair unit at Hughes dry dock facility at Mumbai Port Trust, being one of the key ports of India that connects internationally. The dry dock having size of 310 x 30 x 9 m and total berth length of 600 Mtrs. is available for undertaking afloat repairs. CSL has commenced Ship Repair at CMSRU Unit in January 2019.
CSL has entered into a MoU agreement with Kolkata Port Trust for modernizing and setting up of a professional & cost efficient eco system for Ship repair unit at Netaji Subhash Dock of Kolkata Port Trust. The facility has two docks of size: 172 X 23 Mtr each. Ship repair operation was commenced on June 2021.
CSL has entered into an agreement with Andaman & Nicobar administration in 2019 and commenced ship repair operations at Marine Dockyard, Port Blair in 2021 with a perspective of setting up a ship repair eco-system at A&N Islands.
CSL has set up an International Ship Repair Facility (ISRF) equipped with ship lift & transfer system with six workstations at Willingdon Island, the area leased from Cochin Port Trust. The ship lift system will enable to undertake repairs of vessels having size of 130 x 25 M with maximum light weight of 6000 T. The site comprises 16.9 hectares of land with 850 Mtr. water frontage. The facility will become fully operational by mid-2024. A dry dock having size of 66 x 12.5 x 4 mtr. is also available at the site and ship repair activities are currently in progress. CSL has also set up a Maritime park at the above facility. Ten globally renowned firms in the maritime industry have already partnered with CSL for setting up their units in the Maritime Park in the first phase.