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Socarenam, successful diversification

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Socarenam, successful diversification

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Socarenam has been building boats at Boulogne-sur-Mer since 1969. “But our history goes back to 1961 when Caen-based boatbuilder Navale Caennaise established a new yard with a 200-metre drydock at Calais for fleet maintenance,” says Philippe Gobert, the yard manager. In 1969, Socarenam took over the Baheux yard at Boulogne where it is still based today. In 1973, the company opened a workshop in Dunkirk specialising in mechanical engineering and industrial maintenance. Then, in 1980, Socarenam took over Étaples-based marine joinery Lefebvre. “We

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