Merré is a shipyard who builds ships from 12 to 80 meters in steel and/or aluminum material.
Merré is wellknown as the "multispecialist" in the worldwide shipbuilding industry.
Based on both the skills and the knowledge of its teams, as well as a modern organization, Merré keeps under his expertise the entire value chain for the ship construction from architecture to the construction, equipment, sale and after-sale.
Merré is also the only French shipyard specialist of dredging, cutter suction and trailing suction hopper dredging, Genflo dredging process and all dredging equipment.
Funded in 1921 by Alphonse Merré, the company has nearly a century of experience in shipbuilding industry.
Since 2012 by joining BMA group, Merré continues its development, based on the experience gained, respectful of the historical customers, open to new opportunities, and resolutely turned towards the international markets.
The shipyard builds vessels from 12 to 80 meters in Steel and/or Aluminum material.
Merré is well known as the shipbuilding multispecialist .
The Merré shipyard has successfully launched its future hydrographic ship for Dunkirk’s port.
MERRE (Nort/Erdre) and CIB (Brest) shipyards, both 100% subsidiaries of BMA Group, have been awarded the study and realization of a new 24m coastal buoy laying vessel for Corsica.
The future hydrographic boat for the port of Dunkirk (15m), named Albatros, has been flipped to allow the finalization of the interior boilermaking and the installation of the superstructures.
4 Feb-6 Feb 2020, MARSEILLE
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