NAMDOCK – Namibia

Formerly EBH Namibia, NAMDOCK is a leader in the West African ship repair market, specialising in Marine and Industrial engineering. The company currently operates three floating dry docks with a combined lifting capacity of 30,000 tons. Strategically situated in the Port of Walvis Bay, NAMDOCK is committed to offering safe, quality, reliable, services and facilities and innovative solutions to its clients.


Syncrolift can lift vessels up to 2,000t – displacement 80m in length overall, 12m in width
Syncrolift Piers: - 2 x 100m & 2 x 85m at max. draught of 7.5m

Floating Docks

Namdock 1 = Length 139.50m / Width 25m / Displacement 8,000MT
Namdock 2 = Length 139.50m / Width 25m / Displacement 6,500MT
Namdock 3 = Length 195m / Width 33.5m / Displacement 15,000MT


Namdock 1 = 4T, 7T, 10T
Namdock 2 = 2 x 5T
Namdock 3 = 2 x 10T
60T floating crane

Number of Employees



Vetted suppliers and subcontractors utilised if and when needed. Majority of work done in-house

Local Engine Manufacturers

Barloworld – CAT & MAK, Namib Diesel – Deutz, Cummins & CAT, MAN, Rolls Royce – Bergen, GDI – Nigata, Wartsila – Crepelle

Local Paint Suppliers

International, Jotun, Sigma, Hempel

Local Classification Suppliers

Local: BV & ABS, Ex- South Africa: DNV, GL & Lloyds

Electrical Contractors Available

Own department & workshop

Hydraulic Contractors Available

JP Hydraulics, Hytec

Hydro Blasting Available


Grit Blasting Available


Day Shift


Night Shift

On Request

Other Shift

Weekends and Public Holidays on Request


Propulsion, metal work, piping, mechanical, carpentry, fabrication, electrical, rigging, marine coatings, valves, machining

General Location

Walvis Bay airport has daily connections with Johannesburg and CapeTown. Windhoek is 3 hours drive and has daily connections with most European airports.