Collapse Of 250 Ton Goliath Crane At GRSE To Impact India’s Most Advanced Warships Program

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Collapse Of 250 Ton Goliath Crane At GRSE To Impact India’s Most Advanced Warships Program

Joined: September 3rd, 2012, 2:51 am

May 17th, 2018, 12:50 am #1

A major accident involving collapse of a 250 tons capacity Goliath Crane at the Public Sector Garden Reach Shipbuilder & Engineers (GRSE) at Kolkata has completely damaged the hull shop thereby putting to risk the ongoing P 17 A program to built seven stealth frigates.

The P17A warships are India’s most advanced and stealthy frigates. Three out of the seven ships are being built at GRSE and remaining at at Mazagon Dock Limited, Mumbai (MDL) for the Indian Navy.

Sources said the accident happened on 17 April 2018 but was kept under the wraps by the management. It involved collapse of one goliath crane of 250 ton capacity, 47 meter lift covering the Module Hall, Dry Dock and inclined berth at GRSE.

This accident would cast a direct impact on P 17 A Program. Large store adjoining the Building Berth has been severely damaged and is now unusable, further impacting the work at the Shipyard.

To add to the above, new goliath cranes have a time period of 30 months from issue of tender to installation and commissioning.

The Project 17A-class frigate is a follow-on of the Project 17 Shivalik-class frigate for the Indian Navy.





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May 22nd, 2018, 4:13 pm #2

Indian dry docks are a dangerous place
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May 22nd, 2018, 4:41 pm #3

How the hell does something like this happen???
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