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Ibercisa: Active Presence in Five Continents

  (SPAIN, 2/15/2010)

Since its foundation in 1969, Ibercisa has being designing and manufacturing a large range of deck machinery for all kind of fishing and service vessels using its own technology.

Ibercisa has a wide and ultra-modern machinery-tool park, which jointly with an up to date factory and a careful manufacturing organization allows the optimization of times and processes as well as the accomplishment of a final product in accordance with the high standard of quality.

 
 
With its innovative character, and constant adaptation to the most modern and flexible designing methods, Ibercisa counts on computer-assisted designs (CAD). Once the designs are finalized, they are sent through the CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) systems to the machines with CNC (Computer Numerical Control) to be executed automatically.
 
 
The designs devised in the Technical Office have a direct connection to the company's ERP, which allows the provisioning and the control of flexible manufacture to be made automatically.
 
The company counts on high quality controls which cover the whole process, since its initial design, calculation and material selection and definition phase, to the exhaustive manufacturing protocols and tests, abided by during the manufacture phase. Additionally, Ibercisa complies with ISO 9001 (International Organization for Standardization) quality management system.
 
 
Ibercisa is immersed in a continuous research and development process with the aim of maintaining the vast know-how the company has accumulated since its foundation.
  
About Ibercisa
 
Since its foundation in 1969, Ibercisa has shown its commitment to naval construction, its innovative character derived from empirical experience for being people of the sea, combined with its engineers and technical staff's high technological qualification. Above it all, is a great internationalizing vocation which has allowed it to be present, along with its equipment, in all seas and in over 30 countries.
 
 
In 2009 Ibercisa’s turnover exceeded Euros 12,000,000, experiencing a growth of 88 percent over the past four years. Exports for the period 2006/2009, have increased from 1,927,000 Euros to 6,829,000 Euros. Orders also quadrupled in the 4 years and at the end of 2009 meant to the company 20,780,000 Euros
 
Ibercisa has provided, in the last two years, deck machinery for the three world’s largest pelagic trawlers for the Dutch shipbuilder Van der Zwan.
 
Today Ibercisa is building machinery for 12 fishing trawlers for Russian ship-owners based in the Pacific coast, in addition, the company is about to deliver the machinery of the largest dredge deck that was built in Spain, La Naval shipyard in Sestao, which will operate in the creation of the artificial islands in the Persian Gulf.

Margaret E.L. Stacey


Information of the company:
Address: Carretera Muiños, 25
City: Vigo
State/ZIP: Pontevedra, Galicia (36213)
Country: Spain
Phone: +34 986 213 900
Fax: +34 986 202 779
E-Mail: [email protected]
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