If you meet a rookie on a reconnaissance, you’ll know. They usually have the biggest bag. Every day they crawl with that extra load, and when they get wet, chill, or hang at the end of a rope, that load means “last breath” for themselves.
Life is not very different than those described above, actually.
In the routine of a competent shipyard, challenging projects and demanding environments are inevitable. Such jobs require unique treatment to minimize the possibility of risk delays and unpredictable conditions. Detailed planning, field experience and ready-to-use thinking require trouble-free and uninterrupted results.
Determination of the most important issues
Ship is a multifunctional structure. The sea is a huge cosmos. In fact, shipbuilders build some sort of space shuttle. The only difference is the presence of oxygen. Simplicity is the life vest that grows in such structures where demands increase.
Optimizing systems for the correct interaction of critical task components in a shipbuilding process is not a case for everyone. Managing the balance between operational availability and cost is an issue in itself…
Create a single consistent control system to simplify everything, reduce production and operating costs, and increase productivity; yes, that’s the formula you wanted! That means designing the best ship possible. In fact, this formula is not difficult for Aykınshipyard.
For Aykınshipyard, which has put simplicity and functionality at the forefront since the first days of activity in 1987, the limitlessness of the demands comes to life in the magic world of functionality. With a methodological approach based on problems and needs, Aykın pioneers the birth of creative ideas. Shakes off aggressive attitudes and stereotyped thinking methods. Aykınshipyard’s aim is to design the best ship possible.
Each project at Aykınshipyard is a product of a coordinated work selected under the leadership of an experienced project leader and project assistant. That’s why it covers everything from concept to design, equipment selection, procurement, systems and production engineering to integration. This approach opens the doors of a single-voice simplicity in a multidisciplinary production process.