Tandanor

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The Tandanor shipyards

Tandanor is an Argentine shipyard located south of Buenos Aires port which together with Almirante Storni yard constitutes CINAR (Argentina´s Industrial and Naval Compound) dedicated to shipbuilding and ship repair.[1] It currently harbors ships from around the globe due to its international renown. It's competitive advantage springs from its Syncrolift: a shiplifting platform that allows vessels to be dry docked and perform simultaneous repairs on its six slipways. In April 2019, Tandanor signed a cooperation agreement with City Bank.[2]

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  1. ^ Argentina: Tandanor, the old dog teaching itself new tricks. The America's Intelligence Wire. 2 Nov. 2005.
  2. ^ Infodefensa.com, Revista Defensa (2019-04-19). "El Banco Ciudad financiará a Tandanor al dejar de ser deficitario - Noticias Infodefensa América". Infodefensa.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 2019-10-07.

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Coordinates: 34°37′34″S 58°21′01″W / 34.62611°S 58.35028°W / -34.62611; -58.35028