We are approved by the Danish Maritime Authority for:
Manufacture and repair of glass fibre vessels
Execution of thickness measurements
Inspection of hoists and unloading equipment
The yard is also an authorized FirePro dealer.
Few yards have as JOBI yard experience with both glass and carbon fiber in the field of newbuilding and repairs. Our experience has resulted in a cooperation with the Navy, where we perform general maintenance and repairs of the Navy’s various vessels, as well as repair of damage and the export of reinforcements on the vessel’s constructions.
We also cooperate with the various port authorities, on the service, maintenance and conversion of maritime business vessels, such as pilotage and tugboats.
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Strandby is a coastal town in Denmark, located in Region Nordjylland. Its population was 2,337 as of 1.January 2014. It is located at the southern end of Ålbæk Bugt, the bay forming the eastern coast of the northern tip of the North Jutlandic Island, and about 4 km north of Frederikshavn. Strandby has two churches, Strandby Kirke, and a Methodist church.
It has been part of Frederikshavn Municipality since 1970; historically, it was in Elling parish, within Horns Herred hundred, Hjørring County.
A significant Viking Age hoard was discovered in a field near Strandby in September 2012, and systematically excavated in May 2013. The hoard consists of 365 items, including a silver Mjölnir pendant, and about 200 coins, including 60 Danish coins, dated to the period of Harald Bluetooth (including the rare korsmønter) and German coins, dated to the period of Otto I and Otto III, placing the hoard to the very end of the 10th or the very beginning of the 11th century.