New Yard Opens In Port of Altamira

CELASA (Protexa Group) recently announced the availability of its new yard location in the Port of Altamira in the Gulf of Mexico to the Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic Offshore market.

In addition to its present Gulf yard in Tuxpan, Veracruz, which is capable of building jackets up to 700 feet, the CELASA yard in the new port of Altamira will be capable of building the largest structures now on the drawing boards such as 1,600-foot jackets, 2,000-foot towers, or heavy TLPs.

The new yard is in a duty-free area and can work with in-bond materials. It occupies 197 acres with options for expansion. Water frontage is 3,280 feet facing the port's main channel—a straight exit to the open sea. The main channel is 43 feet deep at CELASA's yard. The width is 1,150.

CELASA has extensive experience building more than 50 major offshore structures including jackets, decks, production facilities and packaging.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 47,  Feb 1986 Julia Woods

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