On 17th February 2015 two river barges (PN 13134 and 13135) for the transportation of crude petroleum and petroleum products were launched in the shipyard 3. MAJ. The barges, of length 59.5 m, width 16 m and with a total height of 4.6 m and were constructed by the shipyard 3. MAJ for the Swedish Company WISBY TANKERS. The load bearing capacity of the barges is 2500 tonnes and when in use will be served by special pushers.

The godmother at the launching was Mrs. Nikolina Abramović, from the Department of Financial Planning and Consolidation, who launched both barges into the sea with the cutting of the ropes.

The barges were constructed under the supervision of the classification society BUREAU VERITAS, and will be sailing under the Columbian flag.

The deliveries of four barges last Wednesday in the shipyard 3. MAJ Brodoogradilište were followed on Friday 13th February 2015 by the delivery of another two (PN 13128,13129) river barges for the transportation of crude petroleum and petroleum products. These two barges were built in Uljanik Shipyard and same were delivered to the Swedish Company Wisby Tankers AB.

The barges are 59.5 m long, 16 m wide and have a total height of 4.6 m, and they will be served by special pushers. These were constructed under the supervision of the classification society BUREAU VERITAS.

On 11th February 2015 two new river barges for the river transportation of crude petroleum and petroleum products were launched in the shipyard 3. MAJ.

The barges were constructed by 3. MAJ for the Swedish company WISBY TANKERS AB. All the barges have identical characteristics; 59.5 m long, 16 m wide and with a total height of 4.6 m and they will be served by special pushers. The barges were constructed under the supervision of the classification society BUREAU VERITAS and these were the first deliveries of this year.

On 9th February 2015 two barges (Tratank 82 and Tratank 83) for the transportation of crude petroleum and petroleum products constructed by ULJANIK for the shipyard 3. MAJ, i.e. for the Swedish Company Wisby Tankers, were launched from slipway no 1. The godmother for launchings was Ms. Tanja Gortan, expert assistant in the Controlling Department of Uljanik d.d., who launched both barges into the sea with the cutting of the ropes. It is with great pleasure and honour that I am participating today in the role of godmother for a double launching.

I am grateful for the trust shown in me by the owner of the barges, Wisby Tankers and the Management Board of ULJANIK Brodogradilište. I am sure that with my cutting of the rope I will always remember this moment in which I have become a part of such an important event in the construction of every ship, stated the godmother Ms. Tanja Gortan on the occasion of the launching.

On 26th February 2014 two new river barges for the river transportation of crude petroleum and petroleum products were launched in the shipyard 3. MAJ.

The barges were constructed by 3. MAJ for the Swedish company WISBY TANKERS AB. Both barges have identical characteristics; 59.5 m long, 16 m wide and with a total height of 4.6 m. The load bearing capacity is 2500 tonnes. The barges will be serviced by special pusher tugs.

On 8th February 2014, Yard 504 constructed by ULJANIK Shipyard for the Croatian national shipping company Jadrolinija from Rijeka was launched into the sea from slipway number one.

This is the second of a series of four identical Ro-Ro passenger vessels designed for two-way direct sailing for the transportation of 600 passengers in summer months or 320 passengers in the winter period in the closed lounge. The ferries will also be able to transport 145 standard vehicles or 16 trailers of 40 tonnes each.

Leading people from Uljanik and Jadrolinija attended the launching while the first lady of the ceremony, Ms Sandra Bilić, an engineer who works in the shipyard, released the vessel into the sea with the traditional cutting of the rope.

On 4th February 2014 two new river barges for the river transportation of crude petroleum and petroleum products were launched in the shipyard 3. MAJ. The barges were constructed by 3. MAJ for the Swedish company WISBY TANKERS AB. Both barges have identical characteristics; 59.5 m long, 16 m wide and with a total height of 4.6 m. The load bearing capacity is 2500 tonnes. The barges were constructed under the supervision of the classification society BUREAU VERITAS, and will be sailing under the Columbian flag.

On the same day, between the two launchings, the processing of iron metallurgy for two new asphalt barges began.

On 15th February 2012 ULJANIK Shipyard delivered to the company United Shipping Services II yard 489 named 'Stoja', from the series of four contracted ships for the transportation of bulk cargo, having deadweight of 52,000 tonnes, length 189.90 and width 32.24 meters with propulsion provided by an Uljanik MAN engine of mark 6S50MC-C7 generating 8,600 kW at 121 rpm with which the ship will achieve 15 knots.

The delivery documents were signed by Mr. Silvan Kranjc, member of the Managing Board of Uljanik Shipyard, and Mr. Dragutin Pavletić, director of Uljanik Plovidba. After the signing of the document, the traditional raising of the flag was performed aboard "Stoja".

In constructing this ship Uljanik workers have set a record. Namely, from the launching and completion of all works onboard as well as sea trials, only 8 weeks have passed, i.e. two months, which represents an exceptional working success. It should be stressed that the best previously achieved result for such work in the construction of ships was a week longer than the time achieved for this ship.

The contract for the construction of 'Stoja' was signed on 18th January 2010, the keel was laid on 17th June 2011 while the ship was launched on 28th October of last year. As announced, "Stoja" shall sail for her first working engagement by the end of the week.

This is the first delivery of six planned in Uljanik this year, related to which should be mentioned that yesterday the first Trailing Hopper Suction Dredger for the company Jan De Nul was launched. That ship has a deadweight of 26,000 tonnes, length 147.6 meters, width 30 meters and which will be able to suck materials from a depth of 50 meters. The ship and its working equipment will be driven by two main diesel engines, each having a power of 7,200 kW, while the total installed power corresponds to 15.65 MW.

In Uljanik, on the 14th February 2012, Hull no. 496 – „Pedro 'Alvares Cabral“ was launched to the sea from slipway no. 2. This is the first ship of a series of two Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers constructed by Uljanik for the Luxembourg company Jan De Nul S.A. Capellen G.D. Luxembourg.

The customary cutting of the rope, which releases the ship into the sea, was performed by Ms Dunja Pekišić, secretary of the JAN DE NUL Pula branch office. The guests who were present were addressed with a few words by Mr. Eduard Milovan, Member of the Managing Board who, among other things, stressed the extraordinary collaboration with all the shipowner’s representatives and their high quality and professional team who, together with Uljanik’s workers invested all their knowledge and experience in the realization of this large project.

Mr. Milovan stressed the fact that we can all be very satisfied with the job performed and that all works are continuing to be performed in accordance with the schedule, which is a guarantee that the delivery will follow during August of the current year. Milovan has also thanked inspectors of “Bureau Veritas” as well as all Uljanik workers and Uljanik subcontractors for the first of seven planned launchings for this year which was realized despite very difficult weather conditions, with a special thank to all workers engaged in hull mounting as well as equipping on the slipway.

With a deadweight of 26,000 tonnes, “Pedro ‘Alves Cabral” is 147.6 m long, 30 m broad, and the ship and its working equipment will be powered by two main diesel engines of 7200 kW each. The depth from which the ship will be sucking material will be from 42 to 50 meters.

The Shipbuilding Contract for the construction was signed in July 2010 while the keel was laid in October of last year. After delivery, the ship will sail under the flag of Luxembourg. After the launching, the keel for hull no. 497 was laid on the slipway, the second ship of the series of Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers constructed by Uljanik Shipyard for the company Jan De Nul.