PACDIM is CMC’s Guam base and in addition to being where CMC assets (tugs, floating drydock, barges, etc.) are based, the facility also houses our corporate offices, maintenance and shore support facility, warehouses, etc.
This facility is located on the waterfront at the Jose D. Leon Guerrero Commercial Port of Guam. PACDIM was taken over by CMC in 2011 through a long-term lease. The facility is hosted on 5.4 acres of land that is under a 100-year lease with the Port Authority of Guam. PACDIM serves as the repair and maintenance base for all of CMC’s assets in addition to supporting U.S. government and commercial ship repair work.
CMC recently completed performance under a multi-year contract to perform repair and maintenance of U.S. Navy assets through the Military Sealift Command (MSC). CMC continues to provide these services under an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with MSC which began in 2017. Services provided by CMC at and out of its PACDIM base include, but are not limited to, ship fitting, pipefitting, water blasting, deck repair, painting, mechanical services, scaffolding services, electrical motor rewinding and dry-docking services for vessels under 1,000 tons. CMC presently owns the only waterfront full-service shipyard facility on Guam and the neighboring islands. The closest repair facility with similar capabilities is in the Philippines.
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