Palumbo Shipyards has been operating in Naples Italy since 1967. Palumbo is a family company which has been the Italian leader in the ship repair, conversion and new building field through three generations.
Eight shipyards, over 900employees, more than 500 vessels repaired each year, the largest shiprepair & conversion network in Mediterranean… This is today Palumbo Shipyards, a multinational Group that, with over 50 years of experience has given it a leading role within the ship-repair industry.
Palumbo Shipyards remains a family run business, flexibility (we operate 24/7 – 365 days a year) and client’s satisfaction are our core values, our network allows us today to undertake any kind of repairs & conversions: from naval vessels to offshore units, from cruise ships and highly complex ferries to mega yachts, as well as carrying out ship’s new building, and providing riding teams.
Palumbo Shipyards are located in Naples (Italy), Messina (Italy), two in Malta (Malta), Marseille (France), Ancona (Italy), Savona (Italy), Rijeka (Croatia); in addition the Group runs a commercial office in Montecarlo (Monaco) and a technical support office in Constanta (RO). The Group can count 18 dry docks up to VLCC size. Since 2018 Palumbo Group become major shareholder of Viktor Lenac shipyard.
The Company quality system has been in place since 1993. The adoption of this quality system offers our customers an additional guarantee with respect to reliability, competency and the professionalism of Palumbo Yards.
Palumbo has always complied with all provisions of law in reference to safety regulations in accordance with the Legislative Decree no. 81/08.
All activities carried out are testaments of a true dedication to environmental protection.
The continuous effect to improve our performance, the quality of our products and of the services offered, is aimed at achieving excellence in order to reflect and meet the expectations of our customers.
- Naval Engineer / Project Manager – Technical Department
- Naval Engineer – Commercial Department