Services & Facilities
At its ten acre site in North Vancouver, Allied has the capacity to build vessels up to 400 feet in length and up to 10,000 dwt. Allied has built 259 vessels serving a wide variety of end uses including: fishing , offshore supply, patrol, excursion and shallow draft vessels as well as tugs and icebreakers.
The company has built 25 vessels for the offshore oil industry and specializes in deliveries to remote areas.
In-house designs; structural modification; stability books; aluminum or steel shelter decks; wheelhouses; stern ramps; fishhold installations; bow thrusters; rudder modifications; marine crane installations.
Ship Repairs and Refits
Docking to 2,000 tons on two floating drydocks; covered marine ways with 29' x 120' capacity; working berths; fish net work barge; fast machinery surveys; experienced marine tradesmen; large stock of marine repair equipment and materials; sandblasting and painting of hulls, superstructures, tanks and shaft tunnels.
Fast professional installation of:
- Propulsion and auxiliary engines
- Marine gear
- Steering systems
- Deck machinery
- Hydraulic systems
Marine and General Machinists (Coast Engineering Works)
New shafts made to order; fibreglass application to shafting; tailshafts straightened - up to 10" diameter; shaft couplings; rudders and stocks - new or repairs; sea valves and screens - supply and machining; rebabbit of bearings and marine bearing sales.
Hydraulic Tow Pin Units, Cable Hold-Down Blocks & Stern Rollers
Western Machine Works' towing pin units are manufactured using standard components which are fitted within custom mild steel enclosures, to suit the Owner's requirements. Available in 8", 12" and 16" diameters, the product range suits small tugs to high power offshore supply vessels and tanker escort/ berthing craft.
Additional Services on Location
- Osborne Propellers Ltd. - New propellers and repairs.
- Fishold Systems Ltd. - Polyurethane foam and fibreglass installation and repair.