“Our accommodation and catering solutions ensure crew satisfaction while delivering the dependability and resilience our Naval customers expect, cost-efficiently.”
Protecting international shipping lanes and providing security 24/7 in vital defense roles in all conditions has always been one of the toughest, most demanding tasks at sea. In this uncertain and constantly challenging operational environment trust can only be built upon dependability, resilience and by solutions that are fit for purpose. Providing the best possible accommodation and catering solutions keeps the crew focused on the main tasks at hand even on long commissions.
Commercial construction methods and materials
Traditionally naval vessel construction has been a very closed environment with very specific requirements, often resulting in high costs and long construction times compared to the commercial market. In many cases, the same construction methods, processes and suppliers are used, even if the vessel is not a frontline fighting ship but a patrol vessel, support ship or icebreaker. By using commercial construction methods and materials, as well as advanced modularization it is possible to reduce both construction and operational costs, while increasing crew satisfaction, spare parts availability and achieving higher reliability.
Cost-efficient, dependable accommodation solutions
ALMACO has a long history of providing cost-efficient, dependable accommodation solutions to Naval applications, always with a strong focus on safety and compliance. One of the biggest benefits of working with us is the opportunity to use modern fabrication methods, like modular cabins, to achieve higher quality with lower costs.
Combining strict regulatory requirements with comfort
Many companies can fulfill standard requirements, but few have as much experience as ALMACO in combining strict regulatory requirements with comfortable and good-looking accommodation solutions. Taking demanding technical requirements as well as reporting and safety management into account is everyday work for us. It is part of our DNA and our processes adapted to working with naval projects.
Navy References »
Jacques Chevallier – Flotlog
Supply and installation of cold stores, galleys, and laundry areas for the FLOTLOG fleet supply vessels of the “Jacques Chevallier” class as a visual turnkey project including supply and installation.
Resolve – Asterix
Full EPC contract for the Living Quarter / Superstructure, which was built in Finland and transported for hull integration to Davie Shipyard in Canada. Included steel, background systems, cabins, public areas, galley, provision stores, wheelhouse and technical spaces. Transport and load outs taken care of by ALMACO and the transportation weight for the entire superstructure was 2200 tons.
Supply of galleys.
Navy highlights »
Chantiers De L’Atlantique chooses ALMACO for Flotlog visual turnkey project
In September 2020, Chantiers de L’Atlantique awarded ALMACO the contract to deliver cold stores, galleys, and laundry areas for the FLOTLOG fleet supply vessels of the “Jac…
ALMACO To Deliver Work On The First And Second Drillships’ Hulls For Kawasaki Heavy Industries In Japan
ALMACO Group has been awarded the design, material supply and supervision contract from Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI) in Japan for the first (DRU#1 – Ondina) and second (DRU#2 – Pituba) drill…