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New Construction in South Asia


Bangladesh India Indonesia Malaysia Philippines
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Contents
1. Shipbuilding in South Asia 7

2. Lloyds Register and new construction in South Asia 7

3. Lloyds Register new construction and existing ship services 8


3.1 Design appraisal ensuring the future performance of your ships 8
3.2 Construction under survey building confidence and value 9
3.3 Consultancy services practical solutions designed to improve performance 9
and reduce business risk

4. Index of shipyards and design institutes in South Asia 10

5. Maps of South Asias shipbuilding areas 14


5.1 Shipyards in Bangladesh 15
5.2 Shipyards in India 16
5.3 Shipyards in Indonesia 17
5.4 Shipyards in Malaysia 18
5.5 Shipyards in Philippines 19
5.6 Shipyards in Singapore 20
5.7 Shipyards in Sri Lanka 21
5.8 Shipyards in Thailand 22
5.9 Shipyards in Vietnam 23

6. Shipyards and design institutes useful information 24


Shipyards in Bangladesh 24
Shipyards in India 30
Shipyards in Indonesia 59
Shipyards in Malaysia 92
Shipyards in Philippines 121
Shipyards in Singapore 130
Shipyards in Sri Lanka 148
Shipyards in Thailand 153
Shipyards in Vietnam 160
Design institutes 180

Lloyds Register contacts in South Asia 204


Glossary of terms and abbreviations 206

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Preface
Welcome to the second edition of Lloyds Registers guide to new construction in South Asia.

Since the publication of the first edition in 2013, the guide has become a valuable industry reference document, not only for
those within South Asia but also within the wider marine industry, as interested parties look to understand the potential of
shipyards and designers based in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam.

With such a large geographical area and a variety of experience and cultural and economic factors affecting shipbuilding
within South Asia, understanding the capabilities, facilities and experience of the areas yards and designers is key to
making the best and most informed choices in any newbuild project.

While recently shipbuilding has primarily centred around the big three countries of China, Japan and Korea, building
within South Asia has also seen significant growth. We continue to see an expansion in yard numbers, size and capability,
as more and more owners, attracted by economic advantages and enhanced quality, are looking at the area for the
realisation of their future projects.

This expansion is two-fold. While there is on-going development of traditional yards which are serving and building the
burgeoning domestic fleets in countries such as Indonesia and Vietnam, South Asia also now boasts a significant number
of major shipbuilding centres aimed at competing with the quality, facilities and construction times of the leading yards
worldwide. Therefore, whether looking to build the biggest VLCCs, technically challenging naval ships, offshore supply
vessels or specialised tugs and aluminium supply craft, a choice of yard exists within the region.

In addition, a recent focus by the big yards of North Asia on the higher margin, complex offshore ship types such as drill
ships, FLNGs and FSOs has paved the way for South Asias small and medium yards to grow their capability in standard
designs and smaller ship types.

The yards included in this guide are all very capable. With increased demand, they all have the ongoing task of ensuring
that quality standards are upheld while maintaining productivity and occupational health and safety. And, as ship designs
become more complex and more diverse in terms of their propulsion and fuel options, they are all looking to address
the challenges of staying abreast of new international regulations, recruiting and retaining experienced and qualified
management and workers, and procuring high-quality materials and components.

Lloyds Register publishes this guide for the industry and investors alike as we continue to foster co-operation and mutual
support between local and international owners, suppliers, designers and South Asian shipyards.

We hope you find this second edition useful in understanding the facilities and experience of the areas yards and designers
and in making informed choices for your newbuild projects. We remain ready to receive your South Asia enquiries.

Mark Darley
South Asia Area Manager

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1. Shipbuilding in South Asia
Analysis suggests that the turbulent market conditions within the marine industry over the last few years have now turned
around. Global vessel ordering, particularly from late 2013 to early 2014, reached near boom volumes for certain ship types
and segments. While the turbulent conditions have been difficult for the industry and shipbuilders, in South Asia the market
has been less affected and the area has continued to forge ahead with an expansion in facilities, capability and ship numbers.

Initially led by the servicing and development of the regions domestic fleets, South Asias shipbuilding expansion is now
being driven by increases in both domestic trade and international trade between neighbouring countries. In addition,
changes in global trade routes, an increased focus on respective countries naval capabilities and the exploration and
development of natural resources in such areas as Indonesia and Malaysia, particularly natural gas, has required an
expansion in fleet size and complexity.

The area boasts an increasing number of world-class shipbuilding centres, established as joint ventures that combine
the design and management expertise of Korean or Japanese industry heavyweights with local workforces in places like
Indonesia, Vietnam and Philippines. This model has been so successful that the Philippines now ranks as the 4th largest
shipbuilder in the world.

In addition to International entrants, the South Asia area has seen a significant number of domestic public and private
sector enterprises establish shipbuilding centres. Nowhere more so than in Vietnam and India. For the latter, clear optimism
now exists that under the new regime, bureaucracy and red-tape which had previously stifled the industry will reduce,
leading to a renewed drive as India aims to grow its global shipbuilding market share from 1% to 5% by 2020.

With so many ship yards to choose from in South Asia, Lloyds Register has focused its activities on yards that not only
have the facilities, but also the experience, to combine sustainable long-term operations with a desire to produce quality
products. You will find these yards in this guide. Some of them are the biggest and most experienced shipyards in South
Asia, capable of building LNG and LPG carriers, VLCCs or Capesize bulk carriers. Others are much smaller operations,
focusing on building tugs, aluminium support craft or barges.

We continue to seek out new yards looking to capitalise on the domestic and international demand for smaller, more niche
vessels meeting our own quality and safety standards.

In short, while the global economy has changed dramatically in the past few years, Lloyds Registers commitment to
innovation and development in emerging areas, technologies and industry practices has not.

2. Lloyds Register and new construction in South Asia


With such a diverse range of facilities available in South Asia, most owners have very specific concerns about their
shipbuilding projects in the area. Whether those concerns centre on the prospective yard, the required technologies, the
ships specification and its associated regulations or even on finding information about the builders key suppliers
Lloyds Register can help.

Whatever type of ship you are looking for from large bulk carriers to tankers, or specialist offshore supply vessels to naval
ships we can help.

This guide will give you an awareness of the South Asian shipyards with the potential to build the right vessels for your
needs, identifying where those yards are located and their capabilities, past experience and aspirations. As your ship
procurement process continues, we can provide you with additional information on any of the yards within this guide or,
through our global network of offices, arrange to meet you to further discuss the shipbuilders and your newbuild needs
within the area.

If you need our advice, there is no obligation to class your ship with Lloyds Register. We know that the choice of class
is often a negotiating variable and that reaching for the highest standards can present challenges for the builders. It is,
however, a challenge the best yards overcome.

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Lloyds Registers presence in South Asia
Lloyds Register in South Asia employs over 100 exclusive surveyors including local and expatriate technical staff. These
experts are supported by a team of experienced technical performance, business development and support staff. We
have over 20 offices across South Asia including site offices in each of the major shipyards where Lloyds Register ships
are under construction.

Our South Asia Technical Support Office (SATSO) deals primarily with plan approval for projects within the area and
has recently expanded to incorporate all plan approval disciplines: hull, machinery, electrical/control, type approval and
statutory design approval.

Thanks to this expansion, and by primarily undertaking approval within the area, we have been able to leverage local
knowledge and experience to reduce the turn-around time of plans for newbuild projects within South Asia.

3. Lloyds Register new construction and existing ship services

3.1. Design appraisal ensuring the future performance of your ships

At the concept stage, our global design appraisal teams can help you streamline the design and construction process,
increasing your confidence in your ships performance in the future. Through design appraisal, we identify the critical
areas for construction and lifecycle maintenance.

In South Asia, design appraisal is led by our South Asia Technical Support Office in Singapore. Its location within the
heart of the area has led to a deep understanding of the specific country, design and ship yard challenges that can come
with building a ship within South Asia.

Thanks to this local knowledge and years of experience with both local and international owners, we have successfully
realised a number of industry firsts within the area as well as rationalising our processes and approach to reduce plan
approval turn-around times.

In addition we offer far more than just compliance, using state of the art analysis tools, such as:

RulesCalc, our leading design and compliance assessment software. This Windows-based package automates the
Rules calculation process. Its integration with design software allows real-time Rules verification as designs are
developed, incorporating Lloyds Registers approval experience at the earliest stages of the design.

ShipRight structural design assessment, a structural design procedure and supporting analysis software that
embodies our knowledge of complex ship structures, and;

ShipRight fatigue design assessment, Lloyds Registers fatigue design guides and assessment tools, which include a
detailed design guide, component fatigue modelling software and a finite-element modelling package to determine
the fatigue life of ship structures.

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3.2. Construction under survey building confidence and value

Choosing Lloyds Register as your preferred partner for new construction within South Asia helps you manage the risks
associated with building your ship.

During the construction process our unique knowledge and experience of design and construction helps our specialist
surveyors to offer you practical solutions through on-site survey and construction monitoring. We focus on the critical
areas identified at the design stage to help ensure that your new vessel complies with the appropriate rules and
regulations and is completed with minimal interruption to the production schedule.

In addition, our world-leading on-site construction surveys are supported by:

ShipRight construction monitoring, focusing on the critical areas identified during the design stage and fatigue
analysis to ensure that building standards and tolerances are maintained in the most critical areas.

materials procurement schemes and surveys at the builders suppliers that help provide assurance that the material
and components used in the construction of the ship meet the specified classification Rule requirements.

3.3. Consultancy services practical solutions designed to improve performance


and reduce business risk

Apart from design appraisal, construction under survey and in-service classification, you can also benefit from design
analysis, operational support, consultancy, software products and marine training services tailored to your individual
needs to assess and improve both vessel and business performance.

Our marine consultancy service teams located across South Asia can undertake independent assessment of technical
and operational aspects to provide practical solutions in such areas as: vessel performance optimisation, maintenance
management, fuel strategy and optimisation, helping to reduce the business risk at every stage of a project.

This approach has resulted in well-established services such as Fuel Oil Bunker Analysis and Advisory Services, Green
Passport, Hull Integrity, Technical Investigations and the Ship Emergency Response service (SERS) becoming industry
staples for some of the worlds leading owners.

In addition to providing world-class solutions, through our marine consultancy services we are able to impart our
knowledge and advice for the benefit of your operations or new construction project. Through our award winning
Marine Training Services, you can realise the benefits of this knowledge and extensive experience. We understand the
needs of the marine industry and have the experience and credibility to make training relevant and effective. Since our
formation in 1760, we have established new quality standards for both internal and external training.

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4. Index of shipyards and design institutes in South Asia
We have extensive contact with the following shipyards and design institutes in South Asia, which are listed according
to the country in which they are located.

Section 1 Shipyards in Bangladesh Page


6.1.1. Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd. 25
6.1.2. Khulna Shipyard Ltd. 27
6.1.3. Western Marine Shipyard Ltd. 28

Section 2 Shipyards in India Page


6.2.1. ABG Shipyard Ltd. 31
6.2.2. Bharati Shipyard Ltd. 33
6.2.3. Chowgule and Company Pvt. Ltd. 35
6.2.4. Cochin Shipyard Ltd. 37
6.2.5. Goa Shipyard Ltd. 39
6.2.6. Hindustan Shipyard Ltd. 41
6.2.7. L&T Shipbuilding Limited, Hazira / Kattupalli 43
6.2.8. Mazagon Dock Ltd. 45
6.2.9. Modest Infrastructure Limited 47
6.2.10. Pipavav Defence and Offshore Engineering Company Ltd. 49
6.2.11. Sembmarine Kakinada Ltd. 51
6.2.12. Shoft Shipyard Pvt. Ltd. 53
6.2.13. Tebma Shipyards Ltd. 55
6.2.14. Timblo Drydocks Pvt. Ltd. 57

Section 3 Shipyards in Indonesia (Batam) Page


6.3.1. PT. ASL Shipyard Indonesia 60
6.3.2. PT. Batam Expresindo Shipyard 62
6.3.3. PT. Batamec Shipyard 64
6.3.4. PT. Drydocks World Pertama (PaxOcean Pertama) 66
6.3.5. PT. Graha Trisaka Industri (PaxOcean Graha) 68
6.3.6. PT. Marcopolo Shipyard 70
6.3.7. PT. Nanindah Mutiara Shipyard (PaxOcean Nanindah) 72
6.3.8. PT. Palma Progress Shipyard 74
6.3.9. PT United Sindo Perkasa 76

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Section 3 Shipyards in Indonesia (Jakarta) Page

6.3.10. PT. Caputra Mitra Sejati (Caputra Shipyard) 78


6.3.11. PT. Daya Radar Utama (DRU) 80
6.3.12. PT. Dok & Perkapalan Kodja Bahari (Persero) 82
6.3.13. PT. Samudra Marine Indonesia (SMI) 84

Section 3 Shipyards in Indonesia (Surabaya) Page

6.3.14. PT. Dok & Perkapalan Surabaya (Persero) 86


6.3.15. PT. Dumas Tanjung Perak Shipyard 88
6.3.16. PT. Pal Indonesia 90

Section 4 Shipyards in Malaysia Page

6.4.1. Berjaya Dockyard Sdn. Bhd. 93


6.4.2. Boustead Langkawi Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 95
6.4.3. Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 96
6.4.4. Boustead Penang Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 98
6.4.5. Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works Corporation 100
6.4.6. Grade One Marine Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 101
6.4.7. Grand Banks Yachts Sdn. Bhd. 103
6.4.8. Kian Juan Dockyard Sdn. Bhd. 104
6.4.9. MMHE Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering 105
6.4.10. MSET Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn. Bhd. 107
6.4.11. Muhibbah Marine Engineering Sdn. Bhd. 109
6.4.12. Nam Cheong Dockyard Sdn. Bhd. 110
6.4.13. Piasau Slipways Sdn. Bhd. 112
6.4.14. Port Shipyard & Engineering Sdn Bhd (PSE) 114
6.4.15. Sarawak Slipways Sdn. Bhd. 115
6.4.16. Sealink Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 117
6.4.17. Shin Yang Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. (Yard 1) (Yard 2) 119

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Section 5 Shipyards in Philippines Page

6.5.1. Austal Philippines Shipyard 122


6.5.2. Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Company Ltd. 124
6.5.3. Keppel Batangas Shipyard 126
6.5.4. Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu) Inc. 128

Section 6 Shipyards in Singapore Page

6.6.1. ASL Marine Holdings Ltd. 131


6.6.2. DDW-PaxOcean Shipyard Pte. Ltd. 133
6.6.3. Jurong Shipyard Pte. Ltd. 135
6.6.4. Jurong SML Pte Ltd. 138
6.6.5. Keppel Singmarine Pte. Ltd. 140
6.6.6. Sembawang Shipyard 142
6.6.7. Singapore Technologies Marine Ltd. (ST Marine) 144
6.6.8. Strategic Marine (S) Pte. Ltd. 146

Section 7 Shipyards in Sri Lanka Page

6.7.1. Colombo Dockyard PLC 149


6.7.2. Neil Fernando & Company (Pvt) Ltd. 151

Section 8 Shipyards in Thailand Page

6.8.1. Asian Marine Services PCL 154


6.8.2. Italthai Marine Ltd. 156
6.8.3. Unithai Shipyard and Engineering Ltd. 158

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Section 9 Shipyards in Vietnam Page

6.9.1. 189 One Member Limited Liability Company (189 Shipyard) 161
6.9.2. Benkien Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. 163
6.9.3. Dung Quat Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. (DQS) 165
6.9.4. Halong Shipbuilding One Member of Responsibility Limited Company 166
6.9.5. Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard 168
6.9.6. Saigon Offshore Fabrication & Engineering Company Ltd. 170
6.9.7. Saigon Shipyard Company Ltd. 172
6.9.8. Song Thu Company 174
6.9.9. Songcam Shipbuilding Joint Stock Company 176
6.9.10. Strategic Marine (Vietnam) Company Ltd. 178

Section 10 Design institutes Country Page

6.10.1. Three Angle Marine Ltd. Bangladesh 180


6.10.2. Marine House Ltd. Bangladesh 181
6.10.3. SST Marine Solutions Ltd. Bangladesh 182
6.10.4. Smart Engineering & Design Solutions Ltd. (SEDS) India 184
6.10.5. Vedam Design & Technical Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. India 185
6.10.6. Vik-Sandvik Design India Pvt. Ltd. India 186
6.10.7. PT. Tristar Marine Indonesia 188
6.10.8. National Ship Design and Engineering Center (NaSDEC) Indonesia 189
6.10.9. PT. Citra Mas (Surabaya) Indonesia 190
6.10.10. PT. Ista Hardana Laksa (IHL-cad) Indonesia 191
6.10.11 PT. Terafulk Megantara Design (TMD) Indonesia 192
6.10.12. United Ship Design Sdn Bhd (Malaysia) Malaysia 193
6.10.13. Kenton Marine Singapore Pte Ltd. Singapore 194
6.10.14. Maritime Associates Pte Ltd. Singapore 195
6.10.15. Navnautik Pte Ltd. Singapore 196
6.10.16. Sea Quest Technology Pte Ltd. Singapore 198
6.10.17. SeaTech Solutions International (S) Pte Ltd. Singapore 199
6.10.18. Shiptech Pte Ltd. Singapore 201
6.10.19. Wrtsil Ship Design Singapore Pte Ltd. Singapore 202

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5. Maps of South Asias shipbuilding areas

Bangladesh

India

Philippines
Thailand

Vietnam

Sri Lanka
Malaysia

Singapore
Indonesia

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5.1. Shipyards in Bangladesh

Section 1 Shipyards in Bangladesh Page

6.1.1. Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd. 25

6.1.2. Khulna Shipyard Ltd. 27

6.1.3. Western Marine Shipyard Ltd. 28

Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd.

Khulna Shipyard Ltd.

Western Marine Shipyard Ltd.

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5.2. Shipyards in India

Section 2 Shipyards In India Page

6.2.1. ABG Shipyard Ltd. 31

6.2.2. Bharati Shipyard Ltd. 33

6.2.3. Chowgule and Company Pvt. Ltd. 35


Pipavav Shipyard
6.2.4. Cochin Shipyard Ltd. 37
Modest
Infrastructure 6.2.5. Goa Shipyard Ltd. 39

6.2.6. Hindustan Shipyard Ltd 41


New Delhi
6.2.7. L&T Shipbuilding Limited, Hazira / Kattupalli 43

Hardwar 6.2.8. Mazagon Dock Ltd 45

6.2.9. Modest Infrastructure Limited 47

6.2.10. Pipavav Defence and Offshore Engineering Company Ltd. 49


Kolkata ABG,Dahet
Bhopal Shoft Shipyard 6.2.11. Sembmarine Kakinada Ltd. 51
Pipavav
Surat L&T Shipbuilding, Hazira
ABG, Surat Bhilai 6.2.12. Shoft Shipyard Pvt. Ltd. 53
Mazagon Dock
BSL, Dabhcl 6.2.13. Tebma Shipyards Ltd. 55
Mumbai
Chowqole Shipyard BSL, Rainagiri
Pune 6.2.14 Timblo Drydocks Pvt. Ltd. 57
Hyderabad Hindustan Shipyard
Timblo Shipyard Sembmarine,Kakinada
Goa
Pinky Shipyard(BSL)
Goa Shipyard L&T Shipbuilding, Kattupalli
Chennai
Tebma Shipyard Malpe
Bangalore

BSL,Mangalore Tiruchirappalli

Cochin Shipyard

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5.3. Shipyards in Indonesia

Section 3 Shipyards in Indonesia (Batam) Page

6.3.1. PT. ASL Shipyard Indonesia 60

6.3.2. PT. Batam Expresindo Shipyard 62


ASL Shipyard Indonesia, PT
6.3.3. PT. Batamec Shipyard 64
Batam Expressindo Shipyard, PT
6.3.4. PT. Drydocks World Pertama (PaxOcean Pertama) 66
Batamec Shipyard, PT

Drydocks World Pertama (PaxOcean Pertama), PT 6.3.5. PT. Graha Trisaka Industri (PaxOcean Graha) 68

Graha Trisaka Industri (PaxOcean Graha), PT 6.3.6. PT. Marcopolo Shipyard 70


Marcopolo Shipyard, PT
6.3.7. PT. Nanindah Mutiara Shipyard (PaxOcean Nanindah) 72
Nanindah Mutiara Shipyard (PaxOcean Nanindah), PT
6.3.8. PT. Palma Progress Shipyard 74
Palma Progress Shipyard, PT
United Sindo Perkasa, PT 6.3.9. PT United Sindo Perkasa 76

Batam Section 3 Shipyards in Indonesia (Jakarta) Page

6.3.10. PT. Caputra Mitra Sejati (Caputra Shipyard) 78

6.3.11. PT. Daya Radar Utama (DRU) 80


Daya Radar Utama, PT
6.3.12. PT. Dok & Perkapalan Kodja Bahari (Persero) 82
Dok dan Perkapalan Kodja Bahari (Persero), PT
Daya Radar Utama, PT Jakarta 6.3.13. PT. Samudra Marine Indonesia (SMI) 84
Surabaya

Samudera Marine Shipyard, PT Section 3 Shipyards in Indonesia (Surabaya) Page


Caputra Mitra Sejati (Caputra Shipyard), PT Daya Radar Utama, PT
6.3.14. PT. Dok & Perkapalan Surabaya (Persero) 86
Citra Mas, CV
6.3.15. PT. Dumas Tanjung Perak Shipyard 88
Dok & Perkapalan Surabaya (Persero), PT
Dumas Tanjung Perak Shipyard, PT 6.3.16. PT. Pal Indonesia 90

PAL Indonesia (Persero), PT

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5.4. Shipyards in Malaysia

Section 4 Shipyards in Malaysia Page

6.4.1. Berjaya Dockyard Sdn. Bhd. 93


Boustead Penang Shipyard Sdn Bhd.
6.4.2. Boustead Langkawi Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 95

Boustead Langkawi Shipyard Sdn. Bhd.


6.4.3. Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 96

6.4.4. Boustead Penang Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 98


MSET Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn Bhd
6.4.5. Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works Corporation 100

Muhibbah Marine Engineering Sdn Bhd 6.4.6. Grade One Marine Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 101
Port Shipyard & Engineering Sdn Bhd
6.4.7. Grand Banks Yachts Sdn. Bhd. 103
Miri
6.4.8. Kian Juan Dockyard Sdn. Bhd. 104
Kuala Lumpur
MMHE Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering
6.4.9. MMHE Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering 105
Grand Banks Yachts Sdn Bhd
6.4.10. MSET Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn. Bhd. 107
Pasir Gudang
6.4.11. Muhibbah Marine Engineering Sdn. Bhd. 109
Berjaya Dockyard Sdn Bhd
Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 6.4.12. Nam Cheong Dockyard Sdn. Bhd. 110
Kian Juan Dockyard Sdn. Bhd.
Grade One Marine Shipyard Sdn Bhd Nam Cheong Dockyard Sdn Bhd 6.4.13. Piasau Slipways Sdn. Bhd. 112
Piasau Slipways Sdn. Bhd.
6.4.14. Port Shipyard & Engineering Sdn Bhd (PSE) 114
Sarawak Slipways Sdn. Bhd.
Sealink Shipyard Sdn Bhd 6.4.15. Sarawak Slipways Sdn. Bhd. 115

Shin Yang Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. (Yard 1) (Yard 2) 6.4.16. Sealink Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. 117

Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works Corporation


6.4.17. Shin Yang Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. (Yard 1) (Yard 2) 119

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5.5. Shipyards in Philippines

Section 5 Shipyards in Philippines Page

6.5.1. Austal Philippines Shipyard 122

6.5.2. Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Company Ltd. 124

6.5.3. Keppel Batangas Shipyard 126

6.5.4. Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu) Inc. 128

Manila
Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Company Ltd.

Keppel Batangas Shipyard


Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu) Inc.

Austal Philippines Shipyard

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5.6. Shipyards in Singapore

Section 6 Shipyards in Singapore Page

6.6.1. ASL Marine Holdings Ltd. 131

6.6.2. Drydock World - PaxOcean Asia Pte. Ltd. 133

Sembawang Shipyard. 6.6.3. Jurong Shipyard Pte. Ltd. 135

6.6.4. Jurong SML Pte Ltd. 138

6.6.5. Keppel Singmarine Pte. Ltd. 140


Keppel Singmarine Pte Ltd.
6.6.6. Sembawang Shipyard 142
DDW-Pax Ocean Asia Pte Ltd.
6.6.7. Singapore Technologies Marine Ltd. (ST Marine) 144

6.6.8. Strategic Marine (S) Pte. Ltd. 146

Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd


(Sembmarine
Integrated yard)

ASL Marine Holdings Ltd

Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd (Tanjong Kling yard)
(Tuas yard)
Jurong SML Pte Ltd (Benoi yard)

Strategic Marine (S) Pte Ltd

Singapore Technologies
Marine Ltd (ST Marine)

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5.7. Shipyards in Sri Lanka

Section 7 Shipyards in Sri Lanka Page

6.7.1. Colombo Dockyard PLC 149

6.7.2. Neil Fernando & Company (Pvt) Ltd 151

Neil Fernando & Company (Pvt) Ltd


Colombo Dockyard PLC
Colombo

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5.8. Shipyards in Thailand

Section 8 Shipyards in Thailand Page

6.8.1. Asian Marine Services PCL 154

6.8.2. Italthai Marine Ltd. 156

6.8.3. Unithai Shipyard and Engineering Ltd. 158

Bangkok

Asian Marine Services PCL. Unithai Shipyard and Engineering LIMITED

Italthai Marine LIMITED

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5.9. Shipyards in Vietnam

Section 9 Shipyards in Vietnam Page

6.9.1. 189 One Member Limited Liability Company (189 Shipyard) 161

Halong Shipbuilding One Member Of 6.9.2. Benkien Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. 163
Responsibility Limited Company
6.9.3. Dung Quat Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. (DQS) 165

6.9.4. Halong Shipbuilding One Member of Responsibility 166


Haiphong 189 One Member Limited Liability Limited Company
Benkien Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. Company (189 Shipyard)
6.9.5. Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard 168

Songcam Shipbuilding Joint Stock Company 6.9.6. Saigon Offshore Fabrication & Engineering Company Ltd. 170

6.9.7. Saigon Shipyard Company Ltd. 172

6.9.8. Song Thu Company 174


Dung Quat Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd.
Song Thu Company 6.9.9. Songcam Shipbuilding Joint Stock Company 176

6.9.10. Strategic Marine (Vietnam) Company Ltd. 178

Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard (Smv)

Ho Chi Minh City


Saigon Shipyard Company Ltd. (SSY) Strategic Marine (Vietnam) Company Ltd. (Smv)
Vung Tau

Saigon Offshore Fabrication & Engineering


Company Ltd. (Sofel)

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Secti

6. Shipyards and design


institutes useful information
6.1 Shipyards in Bangladesh

Section 1 - Shipyards in Bangladesh

6.1.1. Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd.

6.1.2. Khulna Shipyard Ltd.

6.1.3. Western Marine Shipyard Ltd.

Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd.


in Bangladesh
Shipyards

Khulna Shipyard Ltd.

Western Marine Shipyard Ltd.

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6.1.1. Ananda Shipyard & Slipways Ltd.

Ananda Shipyard and Slipways Limited (ASSL), formerly Ananda Builders Limited (ABL), was established as an
engineering company in 1983 by Naval Architect Dr. Abdullahel Bari and his wife on the banks of the river Buriganga
on the periphery of Dhaka. In 1986, the shipyard acquired its present location on the Meghna in a bid to grow the
company and facilities. Since then, ASSL has achieved many firsts in Bangladesh shipbuilding.

In 2005, ASSL received the first ever direct ship export order from Denmark, Stella Maris, completed on 15 May, 2008.
Since its inception, the yard has undertaken various new construction projects for both government and commercial
owners, specialising in inland and coastal vessels.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

215m x 17.5 metres (m)


Slipways 215m x 196 m
55m x 196 m
Tug 100 tonnes bollard pull (BP), up to 70 m
Frigate, patrol, destroyer (only steel work),
Naval
up to 120 m, 10,000 dwt
Cement carrier, container, livestock carrier,
Shipbuilding products General cargo
up to 120 m, 10,000 dwt, 500 teu
Bulk carrier Up to 120 m, 10,000 dwt
Tanker Chemical / oil,10,000 dwt
Passenger Up to 120 m, 10,000 dwt
Design capability Yes production
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 4,000 tonnes of steel work
Yard area 80,000 m2, 20,000 m2 of which is covered
English language Yes
About 300 qualified and experienced personnel leading a workforce
Employees
of more than 1,700

Contact: Mr Saiful Islam Technical Director


10/1 (9th Floor), City Heart, 67 Nayapaltan, Dhaka - 1000, Bangladesh
T +880 9352031-3, +880-9330609, +880- 9331510
F +880 (0)2 8312681
E info@anandashipyard.com
W www.anandashipyard.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Obaid Bashir
T +88 (0)2 8416780
M +880 171 3000925
E obaid.bashir@lr.org

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6.1.2. Khulna Shipyard Ltd.
Khulna Shipyard Limited (KSY) is located in Khulna on the Western bank of the river Rupsha. This is the only shipyard
located in the southern part of the country, making it a strategically important shipyard for ensuring the operability
of ships and craft of various maritime agencies including the Bangladesh Navy and Coast Guard. Presently KSY is a
commercial enterprise managed and operated by the Bangladesh Navy.

KSYs services include shipbuilding, repair and maintenance services to customers.

KSY is the first and only builder of naval ships in Bangladesh. So far, the yard has built and renovated around 690 vessels
and repaired over 3,000 vessels. KSY is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company and has built ships under a number of
classification societies.

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipways 100 m x 8 m 750 tonnes


Pier 10 m x 100 m 750 tonnes
Tug BP 35 tonnes, 30 m
Naval Patrol craft, light ship weight 700 tonnes
Container,1,600 dwt, 73 m, 140 teu
Shipbuilding products General cargo
Cargo vessel, light ship weight 700 tonnes
Tanker Oil tanker,1,500 dwt, light ship weight 700 tonnes
LCVP, LCT 43 m, Light ship weight 700 tonnes
Design capability No
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 5,000 tonnes of steel work
Yard area 279,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,100

Contact: Md. Shahidul Islam Lloyds Register contact:


DGM (D&P) Obaid Bashir
Khulna Shipyard Ltd, Bangladesh Navy, T +88 (0)2 8416780
Khulna, Bangladesh. M +880 171 3000925
T +88 (0)41 813975 / 2830988 E obaid.bashir@lr.org
F +88 (0)41 720404
E contact@khulnashipyard.com
W www.khulnashipyard.com

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6.1.3. Western Marine Shipyard Ltd.

Western Marine Shipyard in Bangladesh stands on over 165,000 m2 of land on the eastern banks of the river Karnaphuli
in Chittagong. Established in 2000, the yard employs 3,500 workers and more than 500 professionals, including
engineers and technologists.

Western Marine Shipyard has built a variety of vessels for both local and international owners. They have built more
than 60 ships for coastal and inland use in Bangladesh, including ferries, tankers, cargo ships, dredgers, pilot boats,
tugs, fishing vessels and passenger ships. Western Marine Shipyard has recently received OHSAS 18000 certification for
health and safety and ISO 14000 certification, in addition to ISO 9001 certification for quality. This has made them the
only IMS (Integrated Management System) certified company in Bangladesh.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

2 x 120m x 18m
Dry docks 10.000 dwt
(semi-dry dock with lock gate)
1 x 120m x 18m 15,000 dwt
Slipways
2 x 150m x 21m 10,000 dwt
Pier 55m x 196m 15,000 dwt
Tug BP 100 tonnes, up to 70 m
Frigate, patrol, destroyer (only steel work),
Naval
up to 120m, 10,000 dwt
Cement carrier, container, livestock carrier,
Shipbuilding products General cargo
Up to 120m, 10,000 dwt, 500 teu
Bulk carrier Up to 120 m, 10,000 dwt
Tanker Chemical / oil,10,000 dwt
AHTS Up to 70m
OSV Up to 120m
PSV Up to 120m
Passenger Up to 120m, 10,000 dwt
Supply / interceptor Up to 120m, 10,000 dwt
Design capability Yes production
Management system OHSAS 18000:2007, ISO 14000:2004 and ISO 9001:2008
Annual Production 6,600 tonnes
Yard area 140,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 500 qualified and 3,500 skilled and semi-skilled workers

Contact: Capt. A B M Fazle Rabbi Director Operations


Amin Future Park (7th floor), 1440/A Strand Road, Chittagong, Bangladesh
T +88 (0)31 2530035
F +88 (0)31 2530038
E s.bashar@wms.com.bd
W www.wms.com.bd

Lloyds Register contact:


Obaid Bashir
T +88 (0)2 8416780
M +880 171 3000925
E obaid.bashir@lr.org

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6.2. Shipyards in India

Pipavav Shipyard

Modest
Infrastructure

New Delhi

Hardwar

Kolkata ABG,Dahet
Bhopal Shoft Shipyard
Pipavav
Surat L&T Shipbuilding, Hazira
ABG, Surat Bhilai
in India
Shipyards

Mazagon Dock
BSL, Dabhcl
Mumbai
Chowqole Shipyard BSL, Rainagiri
Pune
Hyderabad Hindustan Shipyard
Timblo Shipyard Sembmarine,Kakinada
Goa
Pinky Shipyard(BSL)
Goa Shipyard L&T Shipbuilding, Kattupalli
Chennai
Tebma Shipyard Malpe
Bangalore

BSL,Mangalore Tiruchirappalli

Cochin Shipyard

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6.2.1. ABG Shipyard Ltd.

ABG Shipyard Ltd. is the flagship company of the ABG Group. It was incorporated in 1989 with the objective of
carrying out shipbuilding and ship repair business. Over 20 years, the company has achieved the status of the largest
private sector shipbuilding yard in India.

It has built more than 166 ships to date for domestic and international clients and has established itself as a key
manufacturer and service provider of a variety of ships, including bulk carriers, interceptor boats, diving support
vessels, anchor handling supply ships, dynamic positioning vessels, anchor handling tugs and other multi-purpose
vehicles.

With two manufacturing facilities located at Surat and Dahej, complemented by a repair facility in Goa, ABG shipyard
has a worldwide client base and a current order book of 91 vessels comprising offshore vessels, bulk carriers, jack-up
rigs and naval projects.

ABG Surat shipyard

ABG Dahej shipyard ABG WISL (Goa)

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

450 m x 40 m (Dahej)
231 m x 47 m x 13 m (Dahej) 33,000 tonnes
Dry docks
125m x 22.5 m x 5.6 m (Surat) 4,000 tonnes
155 m x 30 m x 7.5m (Surat)
220 m x 25 m (Dahej)
Slipways
110 m x 35 m (Surat)
245 m x 30 m (Dahej)
230 m x 30 m (Dahej)
Piers
30.36 m x 9 m (Surat)
2 x 19.02 m x 9 m (Surat)
Anchor handling tug supply Multi-purpose vessel
Diving support vessel Seismic vessel
Passenger vessel OSV
Interceptor boats Pollution control vessel
Shipbuilding products Bulk carriers Jack-up rigs
Oceanographic research vessels Bulk carriers with CSR & PSPC compliance
Self-loading and discharging bulk
Ice class bulk carrier
cement carriers
Cadet training ships
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production 14 to 16 vessels per year
Surat Shipyard: approx. 160,000 m2
Yard area
Dahej Shipyard: approx. 525,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 600 employees and 1,500 contractors

Contacts: Lloyds Register contact:


Mr Syed Abdi Managing Director and CEO Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
K.Mantry Vice President (Projects) M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org
ABG Shipyard Ltd. 2nd Floor, Bhupati Chambers,
13, Mathew Road, Mumbai 400 004
T +91 (0)22 66563000
F +91 (0)22 66223050 / 51
E shipyard@abgindia.com / info@abgindia.com
W www.abgindia.com

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6.2.2. Bharati Shipyard Ltd.

Bharati Shipyard is one of Indias leading private shipbuilding companies, and has earned a solid reputation for
constructing and delivering a large number of specialised and sophisticated vessels for diverse offshore, coastal and
ocean-going shipping clients. The present order book also includes 500 passenger vessels. The company has six
shipyards located in Dabhol, Ratnagiri, Mangalore, Goa, Kolkata and Ghodbunder. The company has its own in-house
design and engineering department and is accredited to ISO 9001:2008.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

150 m x 40 m floating dock (Dabhol)


Drydocks 124 m x 23 m graving dock (Kolkata)
104 m x 21m floating dock (Mumbai)
275 m long (Dabhol)
215 m x 10 m (Ratnagiri)
Slipways
3 x 100 m x 18 m (Ghodbundar)

350 m long (Mangalore)

350 m (Mangalore) 190 m (Goa)


Piers 275 m (Dabhol) 150 m (Kolkata)
170 m (Ratnagiri) 200 m (Ghodbundar)
Tugs Up to 60 tonnes BP, up to 45 m
Cement carrier, container,
General cargo Ro-Ro, timber carrier,
5,000 dwt, up to 125 m
Bulk carriers Handy size, up to 35,000 dwt
Shipbuilding products AHTS Up to 120 m
OSV Up to 120 m
PSV Up to 120 m
Passenger vessels, steel construction Up to 125 m
Jack-up rigs
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 5 10 vessels per year
Yard area Total for all six yards: 1,582,530 m2
English language Yes
Employees Approximately 1,500 plus 3,500 contractors

Contact: Mr. Vijay Kumar Lloyds Register contact:


Managing Director Anil Kumar P. K.
Oberoi Chamber II, 646 New Link Road, Andheri (West) T +91 (0)44 43250251
Mumbai 400 053, India M +91 (0)95000 09187
T +91 (0)22 39506800 E anil.kumar@lr.org
F +91 (0)22 39506900
E info@bharatishipyard.com
W www.bharatishipyard.com

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6.2.3. Chowgule and Company Private Limited Shipbuilding Division

Established in 1951 to exploit the inland waterways of Goa, the Shipbuilding Division of Chowgule and Company
Private Limited operates as a builder, operator and repairer of large river fleets and has the experience and expertise
to build maritime vessels, including ore-carrying barges, grab and suction dredgers, deep-sea fishing trawlers, tugs,
pontoons, launches, hopper barges and coastal vessels. The yard has pioneered construction of all types of ocean-going
vessels up to 7,000 dwt.

Chowgule has shipyards in two locations Loutulim and Rassaim located seven kilometres apart. The company also
has a plate and pipe preparation plant at Gadegally which supplies the two yards.

Chowgule has constructed over 100 vessels for both local and international clients, and recently completed the build of
24 multi-purpose vessels for European clients.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 220 m (Loutulim yard) 110 m x 18 m x 3.3 m


Drop launching jetty 123 m (Rassaim yard) 100 m x 3.3 m
Construction bays:
1 x 130 m x 25 m (Loutulim yard)
1 x 90 m x 36 m (Loutulim yard)
Construction bays
1 x 123 m x 27 m (Rassaim yard)
and fabrication sheds
1 x 108 m x 36 m (Rassaim yard)

Covered fabrication sheds:


1 x 120 m x 22.5 m (Loutulim yard)
1 x 82 m x 25 m (Loutulim yard)
Tug Up to 40 tonnes BP
Naval Patrol vessels, up to 90 m
Multi-purpose general cargo vessels,
General cargo
Up to 7,000 dwt, up to 110 m
Bulk carriers Up to 7000 dwt, up to 110 m
Tankers Chemical / oil, up to 5,000 m3
AHTS Up to 40 tonnes
Shipbuilding products OSV Up to 90 m
PSV Up to 90 m
Passenger Vessels Steel hull, up to 90 m
Supply/interceptor Steel hull, up to 90 m
Dredgers Cutter suction and trailing suction, up to 90 m
Container carriers, up to 200 teu,
Coastal vessel 3.6 m loaded draught
Cargo, 3,000 dwt, 3.6 m loaded draught
Design capability No
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 9 multi-purpose general cargo vessels of about 4,750 dwt
Loutulim yard 42,000 m2
Rassaim yard 15,000 m2
Yard area
Gadegally plate and pipe preparation plant 16,300 m2
Verna Stores 29,100 m2
English language Yes
Employees 121 shipyard employees

Contact: P Chakrabarty Director Lloyds Register contact:


Chowgule & Co. Pvt. Ltd. (Shipbuilding Division), Near Anil Kumar P. K.
Borim Bridge, Loutulim, Goa 403718, India T +91 (0)44 43250251
T +91 (0)832 2777010 M +91 (0)95000 09187
F +91 (0)832 2858058 E anil.kumar@lr.org
E Chakrabartyp.sbd@chowgule.co.in
W www.shipbuilding.chowgule.co.in

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6.2.4. Cochin Shipyard Limited, Cochin. (A Government Of India Enterprise)
Established in 1972, this is a leading shipbuilding and ship repair yard, located in Cochin on the west cost of India.
The shipyard has constructed the largest vessels ever built in India and successfully undertaken repairs and upgrades of a
number of naval and commercial contracts, including aircraft carriers and oil rigs.

The shipyard has delivered 30 offshore support vessels to both local and international clients. The company has an
integrated ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001 management system.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

125,000 dwt with crane capacity


270 x 45 x 12 m
6,040,405 tonnes
Dry docks
110,000 dwt with crane capacity
255 x 43 x 9 m (dock no.2)
30,015,050 tonnes
Slipway 86 x 18 x 2.7 m 2,100 dwt
290 m (quay no.1)
Piers 208 m (quay no.2)
630 m (quay no.3)
Double hull oil tanker Up to 93,000 dwt
Panamax bulk carriers Up to 30,000 dwt
Offshore support vessels Up to 90 m
Dredger 1,700 Cu.M trailer suction hopper
Passenger vessel Up to 150 pax
Shipbuilding products
Fi-Fi tugs
Anchor handling tug supply vessel 120 tonnes BP
Indigenous aircraft carrier
Fast Patrol vessels Speed 33 knots
Training simulators
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production 30,000 tonnes steel fabrication
Yard area 680,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 2,000 personnel with a pool of sub-contractors

Contact: Madhu S Nair Chief General Manager / Business Development


Administrative Building, PO Bag No. 1653
Perumanoor P O, Cochin - 682015
India
T + 91 484 2380320, 2501409
F +91 484 2380320, 2370897
E marketing@cochinshipyard.com
W www.cochinshipyard.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.2.5. Goa Shipyard Limited

Goa Shipyard Ltd. (GSL), an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, established in 1957, is located on the West coast of India
and functions under the Ministry of Defence, Government of India. GSL is strategically located on the banks of the river
Zuari in Goa. The shipyard now designs and builds both naval ships and a wide range of vessels for the commercial
sectors. GSL has expertise in designing and building modern patrol vessels with steel and aluminium hulls.

GSL can offer a variety of ships and services to clients all over the world, including ship new construction and design,
ship simulator training and ship repair.

GSLs product range includes patrol vessels, special purpose warships, survey vessels, fast attack craft, sail training ships,
offshore supply vessels, ferries, tugs and GRP boats.

GSL has embarked on a major infrastructure and facilities modernisation programme so that it will have the capability
to construct military and commercial ships to international standards. GSL now has an operational 6,000 tonne ship
lift and transfer system, and modern construction and repair berths, which allow simultaneous construction of multiple
vessel types. The company also has dedicated GRP ship construction facilities.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Ship lift and ship transfer 120 m x 25 m


6,000 tonnes
system 13,600 m2 (transfer area)
Land berth for dry berthing 4 x 120 m x 25 m Equipped with 45 tonne level luffing crane

Fendered jetty for wet 360 m x 5.5 m Equipped with two 45 tonne level luffing cranes
berthing
Construction bay 3 x 200 m x 25 m Craneage capacity of 40 tonnes
Outfitting jetty 180 m x 12 m
1 x 182 m x 22 m
1 x 216 m x 22 m
Slipways
1 x 78.9 m x 12 m
1 x 119 m x 12 m
Naval offshore patrol vessels (NOPV), advanced
offshore patrol vessels (AOPV), offshore patrol
Patrol vessels vessels (OPV), fast patrol vessels (FPV), up to 120 m.
Material: steel for NOPV, AOPV and OPV. For FPVs
steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
Special purpose warships, landing craft utility
(LCU) vessels, anti-submarine warfare (ASW)
Naval vessels
craft, fast attack craft, up to 120 m displacement,
100 to 3,000 tonnes
Interceptor craft Up to 29 m, aluminium construction interceptor craft
Shipbuilding products
Three masted, square rigged, for training naval
Sail training ship
cadets. Material: steel, aluminium, teak wood.
Tugs Up to 30 tonnes BP
Passenger ferries, exploratory fishing vessels.
Commercial vessels
Material: steel
1: Damage control simulator (DCS) for training
naval personnel in ship damage scenarios
Training simulators 2: Survival at sea training facility (SSTF) for
training offshore personnel in rescue and survival
at sea during fire, etc.
Design Capability Yes production and concept
Management System ISO 9001:2008
English language Yes
Employees 1,595 personnel

Contact: Rear Admiral (Retd.) Shekhar Mital, NM Lloyds Register contact:


Chairman and Managing Director Anil Kumar P. K.
Goa Shipyard Ltd., Vasco da Gama, Goa, India. T +91 (0)44 43250251
T +91 (0)832 2511388 M +91 (0)95000 09187
F +91 (0)832 2513943 E anil.kumar@lr.org
E contactus@goashipyard.com
W www.goashipyard.co.in

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6.2.6. Hindustan Shipyard Ltd. (HSL)

Originally founded as the Scindia Shipyard, this yard was built by industrialist Walchand Hirachand as part of The Scindia
Steam Navigation Company Ltd, and is located on the east coast of the Indian Peninsula. The shipyard was nationalised
in 1961 and renamed Hindustan Shipyard Limited. In 2009, HSL was transferred from the Ministry of Shipping to the
Ministry of Defence. The yard played a critical role in the development of the nuclear-powered, Arihant-class submarine.

Hindustan Shipyard Ltd specialises in shipbuilding, ship repair, submarine retrofits and construction of offshore and
onshore structures.

To date, Hindustan has built over 170 vessels and repaired over 2,000 for both commercial and naval clients. The yard
covers 300,000 m2 and is equipped with plasma cutting machines, steel processing facilities, material handling and
transportation equipment, cranes of various types and sizes, logistics and storage facilities, welding machines, and a
quality control department with testing and measuring facilities. The yard has separate dedicated infrastructure and
facilities for shipbuilding and ship repairs.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Building dock (covered) 240 m x 53 m x 11.25 m 80,000 dwt


140 m x 22.7 m 16,000 dwt
Slipways 195 m x 28 m 30,000 dwt
195 m x 28 m 30,000 dwt
248 m x 38 m
70,000 dwt
repair dock
Dry docks
226 m x 10 m (draft) 50,000 dwt

168 m x 10 m (draft) 30,000 dwt

Outfitting quay 460 x 7.5 m (draft) Two to three ships up to 50,000 dwt each

Bulk carriers
Passenger vessels
IPVs / FPVs
OPVs
Training ships
Shipbuilding products Survey vessels
Tugs
Supply barges
Offshore platforms
Drill ships
Research vessels
Design capability Yes Production and Concept
Management system ISO 9001
Annual capacity 3.5 x 21,500 dwt ships per year
Yard area 300,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 2,162 permanent employees and 715 contract employees

Contact: Mrs. K.Sarvalakshmi CM (BSD) Lloyds Register contact:


Hindustan shipyard Ltd, Gandhigram, Visakhapatnam, India Anil Kumar P. K.
PIN: 530005 T +91 (0)44 43250251
T +91 (0)949 3792191 M +91 (0)95000 09187
F +91 (0)891 2577356 or 2577502 E anil.kumar@lr.org
E mprojectsdo.hsl@gov.in
W www.hsl.nic.in

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6.2.7. L&T Shipbuilding Limited

L&T Shipbuilding Limited (L&T) is a technology, engineering, construction and manufacturing company. It is one of the
largest companies in Indias private sector. L&T owns and operates two shipyards one on the west coast of India at Hazira,
near the city of Surat in Gujarat, and the other on the east coast at Kattupalli, near the metropolitan city of Chennai, the
capital of the state of Tamil Nadu.

The corporate headquarters of L&T and the companys Marine Design Center are located in Chennai, India.

The Hazira shipyard is located within the L&T Hazira Manufacturing Complex. The yard has the capability to build mid-size
ships up to 20,000 deadweight capacity and 160 meters in length. The shipyard is equipped with a plate stockyard, an
automatic blasting and priming line, a plasma cutting machine and an automatic panel making line. A slipway enables
controlled sideway launching of vessels.

L&T shipyard started production of small ships and naval craft in 2010.

L&T Kattupalli

L&T Hazira

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L&T Kattupalli

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Shiplift (LR approved) 200 m x 46 m; extendable to 260 m 18,500 tonnes lifting capacity
AHTS

Shipbuilding products Platform supply vessels

Interceptor boats for Coast Guard

Design capability Yes production and concept


Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual capacity 45,000 tonnes
Yard area 3,642,170 m2

English language Yes

Employees 600

L&T Hazira

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway side launching 160 m x 26 m x 4.5 m 10,000 tonnes


Ro-Ro, Lo-Lo, semi-submersible,
8,000 dwt up to 143 m
container carrier
Shipbuilding products Multi-purpose heavy lift vessel 18,680 dwt up to 155 m

Interceptor boats for Coast Guard

Design capability Yes production and concept


Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual capacity 12,000 tonnes
Yard area 335,889 m2

English language Yes

Employees 150

Contact: R B Urikouth Lloyds Register contact:


Vice President, Commercial Anil Kumar P. K.
L&T Shipbuilding Limited TC-1 Building, L&T Campus 22, T +91 (0)44 43250251
Mount Poonamallee Road Manapakkam,Chennai -89 M +91 (0)95000 09187
T +91 (0)44 22706505 E anil.kumar@lr.org
F +91 (0)44 22706570
E urikouth.rb@larsentoubro.com
W www.larsentoubro.com

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6.2.8. Mazagon Dock Ltd.

Mazagon Dock Limited, Mumbai, was established in the 18th century. After its takeover by the Indian Government in
1960, Mazagon Dock grew rapidly to become a key warship building yard in India, producing warships for the Navy and
offshore structures for the ONGC. During its varied history, MDL passed through different owners including P&O lines
and the British India Steam Navigation Company.

It was incorporated as a Public Limited Company in 1934. It has grown from a single-unit, small ship repair company
into a multi-unit and multi-product company, with a significant rise in production through the use of technology. The
companys current portfolio of designs spans a wide range of products for both domestic and overseas clients.

Mazagon Dock Limiteds main activities are shipbuilding, ship repair and fabrication of offshore structures, with facilities
situated at Mumbai and Nhava. Mazagon has experience in building warships, submarines and merchant ships up to
30,000 dwt and in fabricating well head platforms, process and production platforms and jack-up rigs. Repair work is
also undertaken using the available facilities.

The company has its own in-house design capability which provides conceptual and production support for the yard.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

129 m x 16.76 m (Mogul dry dock)

Dry Dock 216 m x 18.9 m (Richie dry dock)

89.39 m x 17 m (East yard dry dock)

190 m x 29 m (North yard) 27,000 tonnes


Slipways 188 m x 24 m (South yard 1) 27,000 tonnes
148 m x 24 m (South yard 2) 16,000 tonnes
Shipbuilding products Tug, general cargo, dredger, supply ship (ORSV), petrol ship
Design capability Yes production and concept
Yard area 283,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 13,000 including contractors

Contact: N J Gosavi General Manager


Mazagon Dock Limited, Dockyard Road, Mazagon, Mumbai 400 010, India
T +91 (0)22 23763300
F +91 (0)22 23738159
E njgosavi@mazagondock.gov.in

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.2.9 Modest Infrastructure Limited

This shipyard has a 220 metre waterfront and sufficient land for constructing vessels up to 100 metres in length and 20
metres in breadth with a launching draft of 4.5 metres. Ten vessels can be constructed at one time depending on the
order.

The facility is equipped to build vessels up to 6,000 dwt. To make the most of the available space, and because of the
restricted width of the waterfront, the yard has adopted a side launching facility.

The yards other facilities include: a steel stock yard, a surface treatment area, PVGL / Captive Power, a machinery shop,
two CNC shops, a bonded warehouse, a general warehouse, office blocks, a canteen for workmen, toilet blocks, and a
container store/contractors offices.

The yard has the capability to build sophisticated vessels and has constructed many vessels for the European market,
with owners coming back to place repeat orders.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

1 x 120 m x 20 m x 7 m
Dry docks
1 x 93 m x 16 m x 4.5 m

Slipway 40 m
Oil tankers, bulk carriers, self-unloading cement
6,000 tonnes
Shipbuilding products carriers, offshore support DP vessels
Deck loading barges, crane barges, tugs 6,000 tonnes
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 4,500 tonnes
Yard area 120,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 650

Contact: Sharad Sinha Chief Operating Officer


Moti Mahal, 1st Floor, J. Tata Road, Churchgate, Mumbai 400020
T +91 (0)22 22825370
F +91 (0)22 22834097
E sharad.sinha@modship.com
W www.modship.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.2.10. Pipavav Defence and Offshore Engineering Company Ltd.
Pipavav Defence and Offshore Engineering Company Limited (PDOC), is Indias largest integrated shipyard. It has one of
the largest dry docks in the world, which measures 662 m x 65 m. Its massive scale of operations is illustrated by: a dock
craneage capacity of 1,200 tonnes; steel fabrication capabilities up to 144,000 tonnes per year; and a covered area (for
fabrication, storage and utilities) of around 2 million square feet. PDOC commenced its vessel deliveries in November
2011, with a 74,500 dwt Panamax dry bulk carrier the largest dry bulk carrier of its class ever built in India.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 662 m x 65 m 400,000 dwt


Pier 344 m (double-sided)

Commercial ships

Shipbuilding products Naval warships

Offshore vessels
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and ISO 18001:2007
Annual production 144,000 tonnes steel
Yard area 1,989,200 m2
English language Yes
Employees Approximately 4,500

Contact: Mr. Subir Das Vice President (Technical)


Pipavav Port, Post Ucchaiya, Via-Rajula, Dist. Amreli, Gujarat 365 560, India
T +91 (0)22 66199000
F +91 (0)22 22696022
E subir.das@pipavavdoc.com
W www.pipavavdoc.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.2.11. Sembmarine Kakinada Limited (SKL)

SKL is a joint venture project between Sembawang Shipyard Pte Ltd, Singapore, and Kakinada Seaports Limited. It
is an integrated marine and offshore facility located on the East coast of India, catering to offshore drilling units and
merchant vessels trading or operating in the waters off the Indian Coast.

SKL offers shipowners and offshore operators an integrated offshore service facility including repair and servicing of
offshore vessels and ships, new building, riser/equipment repairs and module fabrication.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Lifting capacity: 13,500 tonnes


Dry dock (floating) 200.92 m x 34.4 m x 6.5 m 54,000 dwt
Dock cranes: 15 tonnes @ 24 m
Slipway
(under construction, estimated 153 m x 40 m Luffing crane: 70 tonnes @ 85 m
completion August 2014)
2 units of luffing crane
Pier 635 m x 25 m x 12 m capacity 50 tonnes @ 45 m radius
Bollard rating: 125 tonnes

Tug Up to 50 tonnes BP, up to 35 m

AHTS Up to 200 tonnes BP, up to 78 m


PSV Up to 4,500 dwt, up to 90 m

Shipbuilding products OSV Up to 5,000 dwt, up to 120 m


Cargo/bulk carrier Up to 55,000 dwt, up to 180 m
Containership Up to 1,200 teu, up to 180 m
Patrol boat frigate destroyer, up to
Naval ship
5,000 dwt, up to 90 m
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Newbuild seven vessels (over a period of five years)
Type: MSV, OSV, Coast Guard vessel and infield support vessel
Annual production Repair 40 vessels per year
Type: cargo ships, jack-up rigs, Coast Guard vessels, Navy vessels
Revamping and upgrading works
Yard area 95,500 m2
English language Yes
Employees 720

Contacts: MK Lee / RV Vimal


Director / Business Manager and Production and Control Manager
1st Floor, Osv Complex, Kakinada Deep Water Port, Beach Road Kakinada 533 007, A.P., India
T +91 (0)884 3207444
F +91 (0)884 234 6755
E enquiry.skl@sembkakinada.com
W www.sembkakinada.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.2.12. Shoft Shipyard Pvt. Ltd.

Shoft Shipyard is located on the West coast of India in Gujarat. The shipyard is 10 nautical miles away from the open
sea, on the right bank of the River Narmada.

Established in 2005 and covering an area of 145,000 m2, Shoft Shipyard specialises in the construction of a wide variety
of vessels up to 135 metres in length and 15,000 dwt. Since its inception, Shoft has delivered over 25 vessels, including
ore carriers, MUCs, tugs, OPV and NOPV hulls, OSVs, dredger support barges and deck loading barges.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

1 x 90 m x 18 m
Slipways 1 x 125 m x 22 m
1 x 135 m x 35 m
Pier/ outfitting jetty 150 m
Tug 35 tonnes BP, up to 33 m

Naval Frigate, patrol

General cargo Cement carrier, container, livestock carrier

Bulk carrier Up to 75 m

Tanker

Shipbuilding products AHTS

OSV Up to 60 m

PSV

Passenger

Supply / interceptor

Jack-up rigs

Design capability No
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 9,000 tonnes
Yard area 145,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 950

Contact: Mr. Sahay Raj Managing Director


Flower valley commercial complex, 2nd floor, Off.east. Exp. Highway, Thane- 400601, Mumbai, India
T +91 (0)22 25471940 / 1844
F +91 (0)22 25476280
E sahayraj@shoft.in
W www.shoft.in

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.2.13. Tebma Shipyards Limited.

Tebma Shipyards Ltd, a subsidiary of Bharati Shipyard Ltd (Indias Second Largest Private Sector Shipbuilding Company),
was incorporated in 1984 and is engaged in the design and construction of offshore vessels (PSVs, MPSVs and AHTS).

The company is based in Chennai and has facilities in Malpe in Karnataka, Kochi in Kerala, and Chengalpet in Tamil
Nadu. The Malpe facility has a slipway complex consisting of 14 bays with the capacity to build 10 offshore vessels per
year and repair up to four vessels at a time.

Tebma has entered into a partnership with CIG Netherlands for computerised plate nesting and cutting at Malpe. This yard,
which occupies 40,000 m2 of waterfront land, has been acquired from the Government of Karnataka on a 30-year lease.

The Kochi yard can produce up to six platform supply vessels or their equivalent per year. Production at the facility
commenced in 2006 and eight Rolls Royce UT 755L-type PSVs have been delivered so far with another four AHTS under
construction. Currently, the Kochi facility is manufacturing 120-tonne bollard pull anchor handling towing cum supply
vessels.

The Chengalpet facility is a structural block fabrication and component fabrication facility with a plate press, plate rolling
machines and a machine shop. Tebma has a number of proven designs which have been developed in-house, for tugs
with bollard pulls ranging from 25 to 60 tonnes with a variety of propeller options such as Voith Schneider, Steerable
Rudder and Conventional. Tebma has a technical co-operation with Damen Shipyards for design of tugs and technical
support in their construction, as well as designs from Vik Sandvik and an exclusive memorandum of understanding with
Cochin Shipyards Ltd.

Overall, Tebma employs over 1,350 personnel, including contractors. The company has built over 114 vessels in the last
20 years for various domestic and international clients.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

215 m x 21.5 m (slipway)


120 m x 75 m (transfer bay)
80.7 m x 49 m (repair bay)
Slipways
132 m x 34.75 m (outfit bay)
180 m x 46 m x 33 m (new building shed)
84 m x 10 m x 12 m (repair and outfitting shop)
Pier Two berths
Shipbuilding products OSVs, PSVS, AHTs, tugs, dredgers, workboats, specialised boats
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Six vessels
Yard area 40,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees Over 1,350 including contractors

Contact: Rajan Isaac General Manager


5/360, Rajiv Gandhi Salai (OMR), Okkiam, Thoraipakkam, Chennai -600097, Tamil Nadu, India
T +91 (0)44 24968316
F +91 (0)44 24581816
M +91 (0)814 4049900 / 984 0020393
E rajanisaac@tebma.com / info@tebma.com / contracts@tebma.com
W www.tebma.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.2.14. Timblo Drydocks Pvt Ltd.

Timblo Drydocks Private Limited is a privately owned shipbuilding company based in Goa, India. It was established in
the early 1970s and has a 100,000 m2 shipyard located on the banks of the River Zuari. The yard is equipped with two
slipways and one assembly bay with side launching facilities.

Timblo manufactures various inland vessels such as twin screw dry cargo barges, pontoons, dredgers and passenger
launches. The company also constructs ocean-going craft up to 8000 dwt and 118 m, including OSVs, PSVs, AHVs and
various other specialised vessels.

Timblo also manufactures fiber-reinforced plastic boats such as patrol craft and luxury boats. It owns a floating dry dock
on the southern banks of Dabhol creek in Maharashtra, with up to 200 acres of land and a 1.2 km water frontage.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

128 m x 33.5 m x 5.5 m


Dry dock 6,900 tonnes (displacement)
(floating drydock)
Slipways 220 m x 15 m (slipway 1)
220 m x 22 m (slipway 2)
115 m x 20 m
(side launching quay)
Pier 200 m x 5 m
LOA: 106.86 m, GRT 4,106 tonnes
LBP: 100.62 m, NRT: 1,851 tonnes
Multi-purpose general BM: 15.2 m, container capacity: 279 teu
cargo vessel Up to 5,400 dwt
Type: general cargo, timber, paper, bulk cargo, coal,
grains, dangerous cargo and containers
LOA: 65.8m, GRT: 2,474 tonnes
LBP: 58.80m, NRT: 743 tonnes
BM:15.8m
Up to 1,250 tonnes
Type:
OSV DP2 with A) transport fresh water, diesel oil, stores,
accommodation materials and equipment
Shipbuilding products B) move men and materials between
platforms and shore
C) evacuate casualties
D) external fire fighting
E) ROV operations
LOA: 70 m, grt: 1,409 tonnes
BM: 14 m, nrt: 1,238 tonnes
Inland barges Draft loaded: 3.3 m
Type: Iron Ore
Dwt: 2,200 tonnes
Interceptor craft LOA: 9.8 m, dwt: 5 tonnes, speed: 32 knots
Patrol / workboat LOA: 13.2 m, dwt: 12 tonnes, speed: 32 knots
Admiral harbour craft LOA: 13.2 m, dwt: 14 tonnes, speed: 25 knots
Design capability Yes production
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 28,042 m
English language Yes
Employees 85

Contact: Karl Breitkopf Vice President Lloyds Register contact:


Timblo Drydocks Pvt Ltd, Xelvona, Curchorem, Goa, 403 706 Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)832 2714461/62/63 T +91 (0)44 43250251
F +91 (0)832 2735287 M +91 (0)95000 09187
E info@timblodrydocks.com or karl@timblodrydocks.com E anil.kumar@lr.org
W www.timblodrydocks.com

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6.3. Shipyards in Indonesia

ASL Shipyard Indonesia, PT

Batam Expressindo Shipyard, PT


Batamec Shipyard, PT
Drydocks World Pertama (PaxOcean Pertama), PT
Graha Trisaka Industri (PaxOcean Graha), PT
Marcopolo Shipyard, PT

Nanindah Mutiara Shipyard (PaxOcean Nanindah), PT


Palma Progress Shipyard, PT
United Sindo Perkasa, PT

Batam

in Indonesia
Daya Radar Utama, PT

Shipyards
Dok dan Perkapalan Kodja Bahari (Persero), PT
Daya Radar Utama, PT Jakarta
Surabaya

Samudera Marine Shipyard, PT


Caputra Mitra Sejati (Caputra Shipyard), PT Daya Radar Utama, PT

Citra Mas, CV
Dok & Perkapalan Surabaya (Persero), PT

Dumas Tanjung Perak Shipyard, PT


PAL Indonesia (Persero), PT

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6.3.1. PT. ASL Shipyard Indonesia, Batam
PT. ASL Shipyard Indonesia is a subsidiary of ASL Shipyard Pte Ltd Singapore. It was established in Batam Island,
Kepulauan Riau Province, Indonesia, in 1996.

PT. ASL Shipyard has experience in both new building and ship repair.

The yard is located in a free trade zone in Batam, in a naturally sheltered deep waterfront. It has an area of over
300,000 m2 and is equipped with a 300,000 dwt graving dry dock and two medium sized graving dry docks of 60,000
dwt and 20,000 dwt, making it capable of repairing up to Capesize vessels.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

340 m x 60 m Up to 300,000 dwt


Dry docks 230 m x 35 m Up to 60,000 dwt
180 m x 25 m Up to 20,000 dwt
2 x 270 m x 42 m
Slipways
1 x 110 m x 42 m

350 m x 16 m (South Pier)

Piers 150 m x 16 m (North Pier)

150 m x 10 m (Dolphin Quay)

Work accommodation barge


Pipelaying barge / vessel
Chemical tanker Up to 11,000 dwt
Deck-cargo ship Up to 4,700 dwt
Shipbuilding products
Harbour tug
Dredger vessel / barge
Diving support ship Up to 1,500 dwt
Tug / supply ship (ORSV) Up to 4,700 dwt
Design capability Yes production design
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 300,000 m
Annual production 20 vessels
English language Yes
Employees Up to 6,000 including subcontractors

Contact: Ang Kok Eng Lloyds Register contact Lloyds Register contact
Executive Director (Batam office): (Jakarta office):
Jalan Brigjend Katamso, Tanjung Swasono Teguh Andriyanto Irfani Fahmi
Uncang, Batam 29422 Indonesia T +62 (0)778 460 033 T +62 (0)21 576 0884
T +62 (0)778 392222 M +62 (0)811 770 6975 M +62 (0)812 101 3193
F +62 (0)778 393175 E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org E irfani.fahmi@lr.org
E ptasl@aslmarine.com
W www.aslmarine.com

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6.3.2. PT. Batam Expresindo Shipyard, Batam

PT. Batam Expresindo Shipyard, a marine industry and services supplier, was set up in Batam Island, Indonesia, in 1992,
with a strong focus on steel shipbuilding, aluminium shipbuilding, ship repair and maintenance, mainly for Asia Pacific
customers.

The company owns and operates a 57,134 m2 shipyard in Batam and has developed a niche market in steel and
aluminium shipbuilding and repairing small and medium size vessels up to 100 m in length, including barges, tugs
boats, general cargo vessels and oil tankers. It provides a comprehensive range of marine engineering services to
customers from diverse industries.

PT. Batam Expresindo Shipyards repair and maintenance facility consists of two slipways up to 3,500 tonnes capacity.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipways 100 m 3,500 tonnes


Passenger ferry Aluminium
Hydro graphic survey boat
Crew boat Aluminium
Container deck ship
Shipbuilding products
Twin screw tug boat
Submerged line riser pontoon
Pontoon submerged line
Tug / supply ship (ORSV)
Management system ISO 9001:2000
Annual production Four vessels
Yard area 57,134 m2
English language Yes

Contact: Mr. Djuhairi Dahlan Managing Director


PT. Batam Expresindo Shipyard Jl. Brigjend. Katamso Km. 6 Tanjung Uncang, Batam,
Indonesia 29432
T +62 (0)778 391 956 / 778 391 957 / 778 391 958
F +62 (0)778 391955
E Djuhairi.D@gmail.com / besbatam@gmail.com
W besbatam.wordpress.com / www.besbatam.com

Lloyds Register contact (Jakarta office):


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

Lloyds Register contact (Batam office):


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

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6.3.3. PT. Batamec Shipyard, Batam

PT. Batamec shipyard is situated in the North-West of Batam, Indonesia, and occupies a land area of 500,000 m2. This
makes it one of the largest shipyards in the region in a single location. Its infrastructure, comprehensive facilities and
advanced equipment place it among the most efficient shipyards in Indonesia.

The yard was established in 1985. Through a series of upgrades, it now has a dry dock of 145 m x 40 m x 7 m, a
syncrolift covering a total area of 26,000m2, a combined wharf length of 450 m, an automated plate blasting shop, a
graving dock, CNC machines, and a series of well-equipped and covered workshops.

PT. Batamec undertakes major ship conversions and repairs for both regional and international clients.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Graving dock 145 m x 40 m x 7 m 10,000 dwt


Slipway 125 m x 40 m 3,500 tonnes
Pier 450 m
AHTS
Accommodation barge
Shipbuilding products
PSV
Multi-purpose subsea operation,
ROV and drilling
Design capability Yes production and concept design
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Average four vessels per year
Yard area 620,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,548 including subcontractors

Mr. Heronimus S. Senior Commercial Manager


Jl. Brigjend Katamso Km, 19, Tanjung Uncang Batam Indonesia
T + 62 (0)778 392 204
F + 62 (0)778 392 208
E info@batamec.com / heronimus@batamec.com
W www.batamec.com

Lloyds Register contact (Jakarta office):


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

Lloyds Register contact (Batam office):


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

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6.3.4. PT. Drydocks World Pertama (PaxOcean Pertama), Batam

PT. Drydocks World Pertama (PaxOcean Pertama) is one of six shipyards majority-owned and operated by Kuok
(Singapore) Limited.

Situated in Batam, Indonesia, PT. Drydocks World Pertama is certified to ISO 9001:2008 and has a strong track record in
building specialty offshore support vessels.

With a 7.5 m sea depth and a 22,000 total load capacity (TLC) floating dock, the shipyard has become one of the main
ship repair and conversion yards in the region.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

235 m x 40 m (floating dock) 22,000 TLC


Pier 2,400 m
Offshore support vessel
Shipbuilding products
Marine vessels
Design capability Yes
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 272,756 m2
English language Yes

Contacts:
Mr. Abdul Gahni (Ship repair) General Manager
Mr. Wan Chee Hoong (Newbuilding) Commercial Manager
PO Box 88, Jl. Brigjen Katamso, Tanjung Uncang, Batam, Indonesia
T +65 6551 5900
F +65 6861 2452
E marketing@paxocean.com
W www.paxocean.com

Lloyds Register contact (Batam office):


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

Lloyds Register contact (Jakarta office):


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

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6.3.5. PT. Graha Trisaka Industri (PaxOcean Graha), Batam

PT. Graha Trisaka Industri (PaxOcean Graha) is one of six shipyards majority-owned and operated by Kuok (Singapore)
Limited.

Situated in Batam, Indonesia, PT. Graha Trisaka Industri is a modern purpose-built rig and offshore construction yard
suitably equipped to build jack-up and semi-submersible rigs.

The shipyard has a total of five building berths, able to accommodate concurrent construction of jack-ups.

In addition to the shipyards track record in the construction of offshore assets, the yard is well-positioned and well-
equipped for ship repair and conversions.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

3 x 80 m (building berth)
Slipways
2 x 170 m (building berth)
Pier 455 m
Jack-up drilling rigs
Self-elevating jack-up barges
Wind turbine installation vessels
Shipbuilding products
Accommodation jack-up rigs
Compact semi-submersibles
Marine and offshore vessels
Design capability Yes Production
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Up to five jack-up rigs per year
Yard area 495,610 m2
English language Yes

Contacts:
Mr. Abdul Gahni (Ship repair) General Manager
Mr. Wan Chee Hoong (Newbuilding) Commercial Manager
Jl. Brigien Katamso KM8, Tanjung Uncang, Batam, Indonesia
T +65 6551 5900
F +65 6861 2452
E marketing@paxocean.com
W www.paxocean.com

Lloyds Register contact (Batam office):


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

Lloyds Register contact (Jakarta office):


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

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6.3.6. PT. Marcopolo Shipyard, Batam

PT. Marcopolo Shipyard is a wholly owned subsidiary of Marco Polo Marine Ltd (a public listed company in the Stock
Exchange of Singapore). Located in Batam, Indonesia, PT. Marcopolo Shipyard is one of the larger shipyards on the
Island. The Shipyard has a total land area of approximately 350,000 m2 and a seafront of approximately 650 m.

Equipped with three graving docks (up to 45 m wide x 190 m long), 200,000 m2 of building berth and sheltered
workshops, the shipyard carries out shipbuilding, ship conversion, dry docking and repair works for vessels up to
40,000 dwt. The yard also carries out offshore fabrication and installation works. PT. Marcopolo Shipyard is an ISO 9001
certified shipyard.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

150 m x 40 m (dock no. 1) Up to 25,000 dwt


Dry docks (graving docks) 175 m x 40 m (dock no. 2) Up to 30,000 dwt
195 m x 45 m (dock no. 3) Up to 45,000 dwt
Slipway 170 m x 40 m Up to 30,000 dwt
Pier Up to 650 m
AHTS
Shallow water drill rigs
Shipbuilding products Accommodation barges
Tugs and barges
Offshore structures
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Up to 50,000 tonnes of steel
Yard area 340,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees Approximately 450 permanent staff and up to 3,000 sub-contractors

Contact: KS Chan AGM (Commercial)


PT. Marcopolo Shipyard, Batu Aji, Dapur 12, Batam, Indonesia
T +62 (0)778 7368800 (Ext 141)
F +62 (0)778 7368805
M +62 (0)811 7709 351
E ks.chan@mpshipyard.com
W www.marcopoloshipyard.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

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6.3.7. PT. Nanindah Mutiara Shipyard (PaxOcean Nanindah), Batam

PT. Nanindah Mutiara Shipyard (PaxOcean Nanindah) is one of six shipyards majority-owned and operated by Kuok
(Singapore) Limited.

Situated in Batam, Indonesia, PT. Nanindah Mutiara Shipyard operates on 570,000 m2 of land and is able to deliver up
to 18 vessels a year.

The shipyard specialises in shipbuilding and steel fabrication with a core focus on the construction of vessels supporting
the offshore oil and gas market. Since 2007, the focus of the shipyard has been on the construction of high-tech
specialty vessels such as compact semi-submersibles and fishing trawlers.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

186 m x 36.4 m (floating dock) 16,500 tonnes


Dry docks 97 m x 24 m (floating dock) 3,200 tonnes
68.6 m x 13.2 m (floating dock) 600 tonnes
Pier 2,500 m
Compact semi-submersibles
Offshore assets and vessels
Shipbuilding products
Marine vessels
Fishing trawlers
Design capability Yes
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 18 vessels a year
Yard area 546,023 m2
English language Yes

Mr. Abdul Gahni (Ship repair) General Manager


Mr. Wan Chee Hoong (Newbuilding) Commercial Manager
Jl. Brigien Katamso (Bundaran), Tanjung Uncang, Batam, Indonesia
T +65 6551 5900
F +65 6861 2452
E marketing@paxocean.com
W www.paxocean.com

Lloyds Register contact (Batam office):


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

Lloyds Register contact (Jakarta office):


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

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6.3.8. PT. Palma Progress Shipyard, Batam

PT. Palma Progress Shipyard was founded in September 1989 and started operation in April 1991.

Situated in Batam, Indonesia, PT. Palma Progress Shipyard operates on a total area of 300,000 m2 and is able to deliver
up to 12 vessels a year.

The shipyard specialises in building various types of vessel, including tug boats, utility tugs, container vessels, crane
barges, CPO barges, oil barges (equipped for carriage of containers), landing craft units and landing craft transportation.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

166 m x 70 m (building berth sector I) 16,500 tonnes


138 m x 70 m (building berth sector II) 3,200 tonnes
138 m x 37 m (building berth sector III) 600 tonnes
Slipways 93 m x 28 m (building berth sector IV)
92 m x 91 m (building berth sector V)
173 m x 39 m (building berth VI)
173 m x 60 m (building berth VII)
Pier 800 m
Landing craft
Oil barge
Shipbuilding products (equipped for carriage of containers)
Container vessel
Crane barge
CPO barge
Utility tug
Annual production 12 vessels
Yard area 300,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,500

Contact: Mr. Hadi Surya Sulistyo Commercial Director


PT. Palma Progress Shipyard, Jalan Palma Kav. 1, Sagulung Kelurahan Tanjung Uncang, Kecamatan Batu Aji
Kota Batam, Provinsi Kepulauan Riau, Indonesia 29424
T +62 (0)778 391642 / 778 391344 / 778 391455
F +62 (0)778 391432
E admin@palmashipyard.com or palma@indosat.net.id
W www.palmashipyard.com

Lloyds Register contact (Batam office):


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

Lloyds Register contact (Jakarta office):


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

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6.3.9. PT. United Sindo Perkasa, Batam

PT. United Sindo Perkasa is a wholly owned subsidiary of Jetlee Shipbuilding & Engineering Pte Ltd, Singapore. It
commenced operation in 2008.

The yard is located in Kabil, Batam, and has a seafront of about 400 m. PT. United Sindo Perkasa caters mainly for new
building and conversion; it has constructed jack-up barges, jack-up service accommodation platforms, self-discharge
cement vessels, ASD tugs and trans-shipment crane barges for both local and international clients.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 100 m x 35 m
Pier 100 m
Crane barge Up to 45 tonnes, up to 32 m
ASD tug 100 tonnes BP
Shipbuilding products
Jack-up barges
Cement self-discharges Up to 8,000 dwt
Management system ISO 9000:2008
Annual production 10 to 12 vessels
Yard area 90,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 300

Contact: Mr Teo Guo Ping General Manager


Add: 46 Tuas View Square, Singapore 637774
T +65 6861 0297
F +65 6862 0135
E gpteo@jse.com.sg
W www.jse.com.sg

Lloyds Register contact


(Batam office):
Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

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6.3.10. PT. Caputra Mitra Sejati (Caputra Shipyard), Jakarta

PT. Caputra Mitra Sejati was established in 1971 as a general contracting company, offering civil and mechanical
engineering services. The company begain shipbuilding in 1990.

The shipyard is located in the Merak - Cilegon province of Banten, Indonesia. Its main business is naval architecture for
all aspects of marine operations, and design and modification of all ship types.

PT. Caputra Mitra Sejati has expertise in aluminium, steel and wooden vessels and serves Indonesias new construction
needs through a focus on excellent quality, competitive cost and reliable delivery time.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

3 x 160 m (transfer car system) 1,000 tonnes


Slipways
Parking area Up to 14 units of standard tug boat
Airbag system Area 1: 80 x 150 m Up to 2 x 360 feet barge / LCT
(2 areas)
Area 2: 150 x 300 m Up to 4 x 370 feet barge / LCT
Piers 2 x 150 m
Well testing barge Up to 46 m
Snubbing barge Up to 49 m
Patrol boat (steel) Up to 50 m
Patrol boat (aluminium) Up to 50 m
Shipbuilding products
Self-propelled work barge Up to 50 m
Crew boat Up to 50 m
Landing transportation craft Up to 50 m
Passenger ship catamaran Aluminium up to 60 m
Design capability Yes production
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production Seven vessels
Yard area 10,000 m indoor area + 132,900 m outdoor area
English language Yes
Employees 1,200

Contact: Mr. Listiyo P. Subiakto Lloyds Register contact:


Commercial Manager Irfani Fahmi
JL. KH. Hasyim Ashari No.2, Jakarta 10130, Indonesia T +62 (0)21 576 0884
(Head Office) M +62 (0)812 101 3193
T +62 (0)21 634 3913 / 3782 / 2503 / 5106 / 1346 E irfani.fahmi@lr.org
F +62 (0)21 634 3783
E listiyo.ps@caputra.com / jakarta-office@caputra.com
W www.caputra.com

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6.3.11. PT. Daya Radar Utama (DRU), Jakarta

PT. Daya Radar Utama was established more than 40 years ago and has become a leading shipyard in Indonesia.

Established in 1972, the company has built and repaired various types of vessels including steel, aluminium, and
fiberglass reinforced plastic. The new building division is capable of building vessels up to 6,500 dwt, while the refit and
repair division can accommodate vessels up to 8,000 dwt.

The companys new-building experience includes: Ro-Ro ferries up to 1,500 gt, passenger and cargo vessels up to 1,200
gt, various tug boats including azimuth driven and thrusters, patrol boats, various FRP Boats, floating jetties and buoys.

PT. Daya Radar Utamas refit and repair division has served various tankers, passenger ferries, dredgers, Z-drive tug
boats, bulk carriers and high-speed ferries, and undertaken the conversion of a containership into an accommodation
offshore support vessel for 200 crew with a heli-deck.

The company is currently building two new yards in Lampung and Lamongan, in addition to its existing yard in Jakarta.

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Daya Radar Jakarta

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 120 m x 20 m


Slipways 2 x 70 m x 15 m
Pier 80 m

Daya Radar Lampung

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

140 m x 30 m (under construction:


Dry dock
expected completion 2013)
Slipways 2 x 70 m x 15 m
Pier 70 m

Daya Radar Lamongan


Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Under construction: expected


Dry dock 50,000 70,000 dwt
completion 2013
Building berth under construction:
Slipway
expected completion 2013
Under construction: expected
Pier
completion 2013
Ro-Ro ferries Up to 750 gt

Passenger cargo 1,200 gt

Tug boat
Shipbuilding products
Tanker Up to 3,500 dwt
FRP Up to 22 m
Patrol boat Up to 9 m
Design capability Yes
Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production Eight ships
English language Yes (middle and top management)
Employees 4,000

Contact: Mr. Steven Anggaprana Lloyds Register contact:


Marketing Manager Irfani Fahmi
Head Office: Jl. L.R.E. Martadinata, Volker Tanjung Priok T +62 (0)21 576 0884
Jakarta Utara 14310 Indonesia M +62 (0)812 101 3193
T +62 (0)21 430 3180 / 439 088 73-75 E irfani.fahmi@lr.org
F +62 (0)21 430 8891 / 439 088 78
E dayaru@cbn.net.id
W www.dayaru.com

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6.3.12. PT. Dok & Perkapalan Kodja Bahari (Persero) (DKB), Jakarta

PT. Dok & Perkapalan Kodja Bahari (Persero) was established in 1990 and is a merger of four state-owned shipyard
companies: PT. Dok & Perkapalan Tanjung Priok (Persero), established in 1891; PT. Kodja (Persero), established in 1964;
PT. Pelita Bahari (Persero), established in 1964; and PT. Dok & Galangan Nusantara (Persero), established in 1964. The
merger was aimed at consolidating the synergy among the shipyards and improving productivity and effectiveness.

DKB is long established in South Asia, providing services in ship repair, ship conversion and refurbishment, shipbuilding,
offshore structure repair and auxiliary marine engineering and manufacturing.

DKB has built a number of vessels to both local and international clients and is a ISO 9001:2008 certified company.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

120 m x 22 m 8,000 dwt


Dry docks 150 m x 18 m 5,000 dwt
150 m x 43 m 2 x 5,000 dwt
Slipways 70 m x 12.5 m 1,200 TLC
Floating dock no. 1 3,500 TLC
Floating Dock Floating dock no. 2 6,000 TLC
Floating dock no. 3 12,000 TLC
Tankers Up to 16,000 dwt

Ferry Up to 750 gt

Shipbuilding products Cargo Up to 4,000 dwt

Tug boat Up to 7,500 brake horse power


LCT/LCU Up to 1,500 dwt
Design capability Yes production and concept design
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Two vessels
Yard area 60,000 m
English language Yes
Employees 1,620 excluding subcontractors

Contact: Mr. Nyoman Sudiana Marketing Director


Jl. Sindang Laut No.101, Cilincing, Jakarta 14110, Indonesia
T +62 (0)21 4302228 or 4302232
F +62 (0)21 4303039 or 4303059
E marketing@ dokkodjabahari.com
W www.dokkodjabahari.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

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6.3.13. PT. Samudra Marine Indonesia (SMI), Jakarta

PT Samudra Marine Indonesia was established in 2006. SMI offers both local and international clients shipbuilding, ship
repair and docking services.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

215 m x 40 m x 9 m draft 70,000 dwt


215 m x 35 m x 9 m draft 61,000 dwt
Dry docks
320 m x 55 m x 10 m (ready Q414) 160,000 dwt
280 m x 45 m x 10 m (ready Q414) 115,000 dwt
200 m x 180 m c/w Gantry Crane
200 m x 40 m c/w Gantry Crane
Slipways 90 m x 70 m
110 m x 40 m
100 m x 40 m
Jetty 1/2/3 300 m
Jetty 4 300 m
Piers Jetty 5 500 m
Jetty 6 200 m (Ready Q215)
Jetty 7 450 m (Ready Q215)
Accommodation work barge Up to 96 m
Self propelled barge
Shipbuilding products
Tug boats
Hopper barge
Design capability Yes - production and concept design
Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007
Steelwork 25,000 T/year
Annual production
Blasting & Painting 180,000m2/year
200,000 m2 (Phase 1)
Yard area
250,000 m2 (Phase 2)
English language Yes
Employees 2,500

Contact: Mr. Sudirwan Saw Lloyds Register contact:


Marketing Manager Irfani Fahmi
Jl. Raya Bojonegara Km. 6 Kampung Lumalang, T +62 (0)21 576 0884
Desa Bojonegara, Kabupaten Serang, M +62 (0)812 101 3193
Provinsi Banten, Indonesia 42454 E Irfani.fahmi@lr.org
T +62 (0)21 555 3703 / 5595 8968
M +62 8111 490 328
F +62 (0)254 555 11567
E Dock@smi-shipyard.com / Surdiwan.saw@gmail.com
W www.smi-shipyard.com

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6.3.14. PT. Dok & Perkapalan Surabaya (Persero) (DPS), Surabaya

PT. Dok & Perkapalan Surabaya (DPS) started life in September 1910 when the company N.V Droogdok Maatschappij
Soerabaia was established by the colonial Dutch government. The company was nationalised on January 1,1961, and
became a state-owned company named P.N. Dok dan Perkapalan Surabaya. On January 8, 1976, the company assumed
a new legal status as PT. Dok dan Perkapalan Surabaya (DPS). Between 1942 and 1945, the company was managed by
the Japanese Government under the name Harima Zosen.

Since 1961, DPS has repaired and built more than 600 ships of various types, for both local and foreign customers.

DPS is a ISO 9001:2008 standard company for the design and construction of ships.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Floating dock Surabaya I & II 5,250 dwt


Dry docks Floating dock Surabaya IV 4,500 dwt
Floating dock Surabaya V 9,000 dwt

Under construction at Surabaya and 10,000 dwt


Slipways
Lamongan 15,000 dwt

191 m (DPS Surabaya)


Pier
377 m (DPS Lamongan)

Tug Up to 75 tonnes BP, up to 45 m


Cement carrier, up to 17,500 dwt
Container ship, up to 1,000 teu
General cargo, up to 17,500 dwt
Ferry Ro-Ro
General cargo
Landing craft tank, up to 5,000 gt
Barge, up to 300 feet
Accommodation/drilling barge,
Shipbuilding products up to 200 crew
Chemical, up to 17,500 dwt
Tanker
Product and crude oil, up to 17,500 dwt
AHTS Up to 60 m
Accommodation/drilling barge,
up to 200 crew
Others
Living quarter, up to 200 crews
Living quarter, up to 200 crews
Design capability Yes production
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
English language Yes
Employees 1,500 (including subcontractors)

Contact: Mr. I. Wayan Yoga J. Business Development Director


JL Perak Barat No.433 435,60167 Surabaya Jawa Timur Indonesia
T +62 (0)31 329 1286
F +62 (0)31 329 1659
E marketing@dok-sby.co.id
W www.dok-sby.co.id

Lloyds Register contact:


Andhi Prasetyo
T +62 (0)31 534 8634
M +62 (0)811 342 3246
E andhi.prasetyo@lr.org

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6.3.15. PT. Dumas Tanjung Perak Shipyard, Surabaya

PT. Dumas Tanjung Perak Shipyard was established in 1973 as a privately owned shipyard, beginning its services by
providing ship repair. Since then it has built more than 20 vessels including Ro-Ros, police patrol boats, pilot boats and
oil tankers.

PT. Dumas Tanjung Perak Shipyard covers a production area of 27,000 m2 and is now developing a new shipyard on
Madura Island to meet the growing demand for domestic sea transportation.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

End launching 53 m x 23 m 1,000 dwt (Surabaya yard)


Graving dock 125 m x 20 m x 6 m 8,000 dwt (Surabaya yard)
Tug Up to 95 tonnes BP, up to 40 m
Container ship, up to 350 teu
General cargo, up to 4,000 dwt
General cargo Ferry Ro-Ro, up to 5,000 gt
Landing craft tank, up to 5,000 gt
Barge, up to 300 feet
Shipbuilding products Naval Patrol, up to 70 m
Tanker Product and crude oil, up to 6,500 dwt
OSV Up to 60 m
AHTS Up to 65 m
Others Cutter suction dredger, up to 40 m
Design capability Yes production drawing
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production Seven vessels
Yard area 1st yard 9,950 m2 / 2nd yard 17,650 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,100 including subcontractors

Contact: Mr. Jan Anindhitya Marketing Manager


Jl. Nilam Barat No. 12, 24-26 Surabaya, Indonesia 60165
T +62 (0)31 329 5111
F +62 (0)31 329 3240
E info@dumas.co.id
W www.dumas.co.id

Lloyds Register contact:


Andhi Prasetyo
T +62 (0)31 534 8634
M +62 (0)811 342 3246
E andhi.prasetyo@lr.org

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6.3.16. PT. Pal Indonesia, Surabaya

PT. Pal Indonesia is the biggest state owned ship building company in Indonesia and was established in 1980. As a
shipyard with more than 30 years of experience, PT. Pal Indonesia designs and produces a wide range of commercial
vessel and naval vessels.

The companys annual production rate has now reached three 50,000 dwt ships and two 20,000 dwt ships. The
shipyard has built vessels such as bulk carriers of up to 50,000 dwt, tankers up to 30,000 dwt, chemical tankers up to
24,000 dwt, container vessels up to 1,600 teu, and passenger vessels for up to 500 passengers.

PT. Pal Indonesia also has experience and expertise in designing and producing naval vessels of various types and
purposes. The company has delivered 40 fast patrol boats of 28 and 57 metres and two landing platform docks of 125
metres, and is now preparing to construct a guided missile escort of 105 metres. It is also investing in improving capacity
to build submarines of 61 metres.

PT. Pal Indonesias business portfolio also covers repair and maintenance services for both commercial and naval ships
and other construction, with a docking capacity of 600,000 dwt annually.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

300 m x 32 m 50,000 dwt


Dry docks
230 m x 25 m 20,000 dwt
140 m x 26 m 5,000 TLC
Floating docks
128 m x 26 m 5,000 TLC
Shift lift 65 m x 15 m 1,500 TLC
Slide launching facility 165 m x 30 m 20,000 dwt
Overhead goliath crane 1 x 300 tonnes

Dock cranes and Level luffing crane 2 x 40 tonnes / 2 x 20 tonnes


transfer carriers Mobile crane 2 x 40 tonnes / 1 x 125 tonnes
Transfer carrier 1 x 300 tonnes / 1 x 150 tonnes
West pier 550 m
South pier 140 m
Outfitting piers North pier 1 155 m
North pier 2 135 m
East pier 465 m
Bulk carrier Up to 50,000 dwt handy size
Container vessel, dry cargo vessel,
General cargo
up to 50,000 dwt
Tanker Oil and chemical, up to 30,000 dwt
Patrol, landing platform dock,
Naval
Shipbuilding products corvette, up to 125 m
Material of construction: steel and
Passenger
aluminium, up to 500 pax
Tug BP up to 100 tonnes
AHTS Up to 5,400 HP
Research vessel Up to 1,200 gt
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production 3 x 50,000 dwt; 2 x 20,000 dwt; 3 x 57 m FPB; 2 x 28 m FPB
Yard area 665,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 3,500 including subcontractors

Contact: Mr. Eko Prasetyanto Director Lloyds Register contact:


of Planning & Business Development Andhi Prasetyo
Ujung, Surabaya, East java, Indonesia T +62 (0)31 534 8634
T +62 (0)31 329 2275 (Ext. 2501) M +62 (0)811 342 3246
F +62 (0)31 329 2530 E andhi.prasetyo@lr.org
E eko_pras@pal.co.id
W www.pal.co.id

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6.4. Shipyards in Malaysia

Boustead Penang Shipyard Sdn Bhd.

Boustead Langkawi Shipyard Sdn. Bhd.

MSET Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn Bhd

Muhibbah Marine Engineering Sdn Bhd


Port Shipyard & Engineering Sdn Bhd
Miri

Kuala Lumpur
MMHE Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering
Grand Banks Yachts Sdn Bhd
in Malaysia
Shipyards

Pasir Gudang

Berjaya Dockyard Sdn Bhd


Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd.
Kian Juan Dockyard Sdn. Bhd.
Grade One Marine Shipyard Sdn Bhd Nam Cheong Dockyard Sdn Bhd
Piasau Slipways Sdn. Bhd.
Sarawak Slipways Sdn. Bhd.
Sealink Shipyard Sdn Bhd
Shin Yang Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. (Yard 1) (Yard 2)

Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works Corporation

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6.4.1. Berjaya Dockyard Sdn. Bhd.

Berjaya Dockyard Sdn Bhd is recognised as one of South Asias fastest growing shipbuilders since its inception in 2003.

Located in Miri, Sarawak, East Malaysia, Berjaya Dockyard specialises in the construction of offshore support vessels
(OSVs) for the local and international offshore oil and gas industries, and high-performance utility vessels such as
landing craft, workboats and multi-purpose tugs. Berjaya Dockyard is also one of the few shipbuilders in Asia with the
expertise and experience to build highly specialised emergency response and rescue vessels (ERRVs).

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Pier 69 m x 12 m
Twin screw tug 40 tonnes BP, up to 45 m
Utility / support vessel Up to 65 m
Platform supply vessel Up to 80 m
Shipbuilding products Anchor handling / offshore support vessel 100 tonnes BP, up to 70 m
Emergency response and rescue vessel 60 tonnes BP, up to 70 m
Landing craft Up to 70 m
Multi-purpose workboat Up to 35 m
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Eight vessels
Yard area 63,690 m2
English language Yes
Employees 280 including contractors

Contact: Ms. Teresa Ling General Manager


Lot 285, Kuala Baram Industrial Estate, Kuala Baram Brunei Border Road, 98008 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.
P O Box 2208, 98008 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia.
T +60 (0)85 605 888
F +60 (0)85 605 955
E admin@berjayadockyard.com
W www.berjayadockyard.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.2. Boustead Langkawi Shipyard Sdn. Bhd.

Boustead Langkawi Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. specialises in the construction of small utility vessels and tugs as well as the
repair of motor yachts and sailing yachts.

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Travel lift 1 500 tonnes


Travel lift
Travel lift 2 400 tonnes
Berthing 100 m
16 m tug boat
13 m tug boat
Shipbuilding products
Aluminium tender
Solar boat
Design capability Yes production drawing
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 17,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 140

Contact: Khairulasmar bin Abd Rahman Lloyds Register contact:


Operation Manager Lee Geok Hwee
Boustead Langkawi Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. Bukit Malut, T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
Mukim Kedawang, 07000 Langkawi Kedah M +60 (0)12 301 7628
T +60 (0)19 9832030 E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org
F +60 (0)49 671500
E Khairulasmar@blsy.com.my

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6.4.3. Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn. Bhd.

Boustead Naval Shipyard, originally known as the Royal Malaysia Navy Dockyard, became fully operational in 1984. The
company was corporatised in 1991 and subsequently privatised in 1995 as PSC Naval Dockyard Sdn Bhd.

In 2005, the company was taken over by Boustead Holdings, a diversified Malaysian business conglomerate belonging
to the Armed Forces Provident Fund, and its name was changed in August of the same year to Boustead Naval Shipyard
Sdn. Bhd.

Located within the main base of the Royal Malaysian Navy, Lumut, Perak, Boustead Naval Shipyard is part of the
Boustead Heavy Industries Corporation or BHIC, a public listed company on the mainboard of the Kuala Lumpur Stock
Exchange, along with its other associated companies, Boustead Penang Shipyard and Boustead Langkawi Shipyard.

In the field of new construction, Boustead Naval Shipyard is capable of building various types of naval and commercial
vessels such as patrol vessels, fast troop carriers, anchor handling tugs, offshore supply vessels, luxury yacht hotels and
vehicular ferries.

Heavy engineering fabrication is also carried out and products include container cranes, level luffing cranes and heavy
steel structures.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

23 m x 120 m 4,750 tonnes


Ship lift facilities
13 m x 60 m 450 tonnes
Floating jetty 650 m
Fixed jetty 280 m
New generation patrol vessel
Fast troop vessel
Shipbuilding products Anchor handling tug services
Well testing and servicing vessel
Vehicular ferry
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 460,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,800 including contractors

Contact: Mr Md Rafi Md Doon Manager (Commercial)


Boustead Naval Shipyard Sdn Bhd RMN Naval Base 32100 Lumut, Perak Malaysia
T +60 (0)5 690 7328
F +60 (0)5 683 3004
E rafi@bnsy.com.my
W www.bnshipyard.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.4. Boustead Penang Shipyard Sdn Bhd.

Boustead Penang Shipyard Sdn Bhd (BPS) was originally incorporated under the name IHC (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd in
1972 as a joint-venture company between IHC (Industriele Handels Combinatie) Holland (51% interest) and Penang
Development Corporation (PDC) (49% interest) to build dredgers / dredger components, split hopper barges and steel
fabrication work.

In 1976, BPS was taken over by local investors PDC being the major shareholder and the company changed its
name to Penang Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn Bhd. The company expanded its work activities to include fabrication of
sophisticated vessels, fast patrol crafts and marine structures.

BPS was fully privatised in 1992 and on 2 July, 2007, the company was taken over by Boustead Heavy Industries
Corporation Berhad.

With experience in shipbuilding, maintenance and repair, and oil and gas fabrication, this is a versatile yard which can
undertake shipbuilding activities and diversify into marine engineering structure fabrication.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Load out quay 200 m 4,000 tonnes


Load out bulkhead 50 m x 10 m 4,000 tonnes
100 m x 56 m (horizontal)
Slipways
176 m x 20 m (vertical)
130 m x 30 m (launch way)
Berthing area 200 m
2 x barbour tug Up to 16 m
2 x chemical tanker Up to 105 m
2 x anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) DP2 Up to 68 m
2 x accommodation work barge Up to 111 m
2 x new generation patrol vessel Up to 91 m
Shipbuilding products
20 x GRP leisure boat Up to 8 m
Twin screw Z drive tug boat Up to 29 m
Fire-fighting / supply vessel Up to 49 m
4 x GRP boat Up to 8 m
29 x GRP semi cabin patrol boat Up to 8 m
3 x steerable thruster tractor tug boat Up to 37 m
Design capability Yes production drawing
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 161,875 m2
English language Yes
Employees 104

Contact: Mohamed bin Ithnin Chief Operating Officer


Penang Office: 20th Floor, Menara Boustead Penang,
No. 39, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah,10050 Penang
Malaysia Penang Yard: Pulau Jerejak, Penang, Malaysia
T +60 (0)19 265 8168
F +60 (0)4 656 9446
E mohamed.ithnin@bhic.com.my
W www.bhic.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2034 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.5. Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works Corporation

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 76 m x 15m 1,000 dwt


Pier 60 m
Landing craft Up to 1,000 dwt
Utility boat Up to 1,500 dwt
Shipbuilding products
Tug boat Up to 1,400 dwt
Crew boat Up to 200 dwt
Design capability Yes concept design
Management system ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Two
Yard area 6,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 400

Contact: Azam Abdul Hamid Lloyds Register contact:


Project Manager Lee Geok Hwee
Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works Corporation T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
Market Street 93000 Kuching Sarawak M +60 (0)12 301 7628
T +60 (0)82 242281 E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org
F +60 (0)82 256282
E brookedockyard@po.jaring.my
W brookedockyard.com

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6.4.6. Grade One Marine Shipyard Sdn Bhd

Grade One Marine Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. (GOMS) was incorporated in July 2004. The shipyard is located at Lumut Port
Ind Park Perak, Malaysia. The facilities have been designed to accommodate ship repair, shipbuilding and oil and gas
upstream construction activities.

There are three main hangers covering an area of 12,200 m2 in addition to the open fabrication space of 105,600 m2,
a hard stand parking bay of 15,481 m2 and two piers 70 metres in length. The shipyard is equipped with a Marine
Travelift boat hoist, overhead gantry cranes, two crawler cranes, two mobile cranes, a CNC plasma cutting machine and
mechanical and electrical machineries.

The shipyards primary business is shipbuilding, ship maintenance, port craneage and ship owning.

Grade One Marine Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. is accredited to ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007. It has experience in
both shipbuilding and ship repair for a number of commercial and naval, and local and international clients.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Boat hoist Marine Travelift 700C 700 tonnes


150 m x 20 m using airbag 3,400 tonnes
Launching ways 150 m x 20 m using airbag 3,400 tonnes
150 m x 40 m using airbag 11,000 tonnes
70 m
Pier jetties 80 m
40 m
AHTS Up to 60 tonnes BP, up to 60 m
AHTS DP1 Up to 60 tonnes BP, up to 60 m
AHTS DP2 Up to 150 tonnes BP, up to 76 m
Pipelaying barge Up to 137 m
Platform / utility supply vessel Up to 58 m
Shipbuilding products Tug boat Up to 75 tonnes BP, up to 36 m
Flat top barge Up to 330 footer
Patrol boat Up to 45m, speed 30 knots
Interceptor craft Up to 16m, speed 50 knots
Crew boat Up to 53m, up to 50 passengers
Ferry Up to 25m, up to 150 passengers
Design capability Yes production and concept design
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production Four vessels
Yard area 135,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,000 including subcontractors

Contact: Mr.Ahmad Yusof Chief Operating Officer


Plot D3, D14- D16, Lumut Port Industrial Park, Kawasan Perindustrian Kg.Acheh, 32000 Sitiawan, Perak
T +60 (0)5 691 2779 / 2784 / 2785
F +60 (0)5 691 2767
E ahmadyusof@goms.com.my
W www.goms.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.7. Grand Banks Yachts Sdn Bhd

Grand Banks is a luxury yacht manufacturer established in 1956. Grand Banks is located in Pasir Gudang, Malaysia and
specialises in the construction of luxury yachts for local and international clients.

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipways / travel lift 100 tonnes


Pier 30 m
Shipbuilding products Luxury fiberglass yachts Up to 45 tonnes, up to 32 m
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9000:2008
Annual production 24 vessels
Yard area 100,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 670

Contact: Kamal Jalal Engineering Manager


Plo 488, Jalan Suasa Pasir, Gudang Industrial Area, Johor
T +60 (0)7 2517488
F +60 (0)7 2517388
E kamal_a@grandbanks.com
W www.grandbanks.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.8. Kian Juan Dockyard Sdn. Bhd.

Kian Juan Dockyard Sdn. Bhd was registered in 1972 and expanded into ship repairs and shipbuilding in 1980. To date,
the yard has delivered more than 100 different vessels for clients who include local shippers from Sabah and Sarawak,
and contractors for Sarawak Shell Berhad and Sabah Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad in Malaysia.

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 140 m x 12m


Tug Twin screw tugboat, 259 dwt, up to 30 m
Shipbuilding products Landing craft Double chine, 488 dwt, up to 47 m
Barge Dumb barge, 919 dwt, up to 53 m
Annual production Three to four vessels
Yard area 60,700 m2
English language Yes
Employees More than 150 Including subcontractors

Contact: Lim Chee Leong Lloyds Register contact:


Managing Director Lee Geok Hwee
Lot 2042, Kuala Baram Industrial Estate, P.O. Box 152, T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
98000 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia M +60 (0)12 301 7628
T +60 (0)85 605 678 E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org
F +60 (0)85 605 455
E kianjuan2042@gmail.com
W www.kianjuan.com.my

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6.4.9. MMHE Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering

MMHE shipyard is part of the MHB Group, a subsidiary of the MISC Group, and is strategically located in Pasir Gudang,
Johor, the southernmost state of Malaysia. It has a strong track record of over 30 years and is the largest shipyard in
Malaysia and one of the largest in South Asia.

With over 3,500 vessels repaired since 1976, MMHE offers clients a one-stop solution for docking and repair of liquefied
natural gas (LNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carriers, VLCCs and tankers, and various kinds of floaters. It also
undertakes repairs and upgrading of deepwater / offshore development facilities for the oil and gas sector.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

385 m x 80 m x 14 m (dry dock 1) 450,000 dwt


Dry docks
270 m x 46 m x 12.5 m (dry dock 2) 140,000 dwt
Ship lift 188.4 m x 33.8 m x 8 m 50,000 dwt
7 x 396 m
Pier (quaysides including finger pier)
2 x 345 m (land berths) 142 tonnes per metre
Management system ISO 9001:2010
Yard area 1,974,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees Over 900

Contact: En. Hisham Haron General Manager, Commercial


PLO3, Jalan Pekeliling, P.O. Box 77, Pasir Gudang Industrial Estate 81,700, Pasir Gudang, Johor, Malaysia
T +60 (0)7 268 3600
F +60 (0)7 251 3740
E hisham@mmhe.cpm.my
W www.mhb.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.10. MSET Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn Bhd

MSET Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn Bhd (MSET) is a wholly owned Bumiputera company formed and structured through
the privatisation process of Majlis Amanah Rakyat MARA in 1997. The companys core business is the construction and
repair of tug boats, tug supply vessels and inflatable boats for government bodies such as MINDEF, APMM, KKDN and
private sector companies such as Tanjung Offshore, Syarikat Borcos Shipping, Inai Kiara and Damen Shipyards, Holland.

MSETs shipbuilding activity is undertaken in two yards: Pulau Kambing and Pulau Duyong. The Pulau Kambing yard is
designated for building steel, aluminium and wooden boats up to 40 metres in length in its two covered workshops.
MSET also has experience in the construction of patrol boats, crew boats, leisure boats and rescue boats.

The Pulau Duyong yard is designated for the construction of steel vessels up to 2,000 tonnes displacement, such as
anchor handling tugs, support supply vessels, survey vessels, coastal product tankers, tug boats and bunker barges.

In addition, MSET Shipbuilding Corporation Sdn. Bhd offers a wide range of repair and maintenance services at Pulau
Kambing yard. Its facilities can service boats and craft up to 40 m in length or 300 tonnes.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

1 x 100 m x 12 m (c/w gantry crane) 300 tonnes


Slipways
1 x 102 m x 12 m (c/w sheltered) 120 tonnes
AHTS, SSV, tug boat and bunker barge Steel up to 100m
Shipbuilding products Patrol boat, coastal boat Aluminium up to 40 m
GRP and inflatable boat Up to 25 m
Design capability Yes
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 67,500 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,000 including subcontractors

Contact: Mr. Muhamad Nizam Hj Yusof Commercial Manager


No. 19, Jalan Hiliran, Pulau Kambing, 20700 Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu Malaysia
T +60 (0)9 622 3700
F +60 (0)9 623 2844
E msetsc@mset.com.my
W www.mset.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.11. Muhibbah Marine Engineering Sdn Bhd

Muhibbah Marine Engineering Sdn. Bhd is located in Telok Gong, Selangor, close to Port Klang on the West Coast
of Malaysia. It was established in 1996 to serve as a shipbuilding and ship repair facility.

The shipyard specialises in the construction of offshore support vessels and covers an area of 299,467 m2.

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 102 m x 34 m x 7.5 m 5000 dwt


Slipway 150 m x 24.38 m Up to 120 m
Pier 350 m
Shipbuilding products Offshore supply vessel Up to 120 m
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Six vessels
Yard area 299,467 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,000 Including subcontractors

Contact: Mr Ng Chee Siong Deputy Lloyds Register contact:


General Manager Lee Geok Hwee
Lot 923, Telok Gong Mukim Klang Selat Lumut, 42000 T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
Port Klang Selangor Darul Ehsan. M +60 (0)12 301 7628
T +60 (0)3 31656666 E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org
F +60 (0)3 31626060
E admin@mmesb.com.my
W www.muhibbah.com

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6.4.12. Nam Cheong Dockyard Sdn Bhd

Nam Cheong Dockyard is located in Miri and is a leading global offshore marine group specialising in building offshore
support vessels (OSVs).

The yard has evolved over four decades of growth and now operates one of the largest shipbuilding yards for OSVs in
Malaysia. Nam Cheong focuses on the construction and engineering of complex, sophisticated, environmentally friendly
OSVs that are equipped with the latest technology for use in the offshore oil and gas exploration and production, and
oil services industries. The yards vessels include platform supply vessels (PSVs), safety standby vessels (SSVs), anchor
handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels, accommodation barges, multi-purpose support vessels (MPSVs) and landing craft
(LC).

Nam Cheong Dockyard builds vessels on both a build-to-order and build-to-stock basis.

Nam Cheong Dockyard has successfully delivered a large range of vessels for both Malaysian and international clients
such as Bumi Armada, Petro Vietnam, Kencana, Petra Perdana, Borcos Shipping, Topaz, Vroon and Tidewater.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

AHTS Up to 150 tonnes BP, up to 78 m


MPSV Up to 75 m
Shipbuilding products
Landing craft Up to 45 m
Safety and standby vessel Up to 34m
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 6 vessels
Yard area 120,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 550 including subcontractors

Contact: Joseph Tiong C. S. General Manager


Lot 332, Kuala Baram Industrial Estate, 98000 Miri, Sarawak
T +60 (0)85 605 228
F +60 (0)85 605 233
E enquiry@ncl.com.sg
W www.namcheong.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.13. Piasau Slipways Sdn. Bhd.

Piasau Slipways Sdn. Bhd., located in Miri, was established in 1977. Under its listed parent company, Shin Yang Shipping
Corporation, Piasau Slipways Sdn. Bhd. has delivered a number of projects for both local and international owners
across the Australia, Asia, Middle Eastern and European continents, specialising in tugs and barges, support vessels and
landing craft up to 86 m in length.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 90 m x 24 m 1,200 tonnes


150 m
Pier 30 m
80 m
Navy training vessel, 2,468 dwt,
Naval
up to 80 m
Tug 64 tonnes, up to 37m
Bulk carrier 2,244 dwt, up to 78 m, 144 teu
Tanker
AHTS 60 m
Shipbuilding products
OSV
PSV
Passenger
Supply / interceptor
Jack-up rigs
Design capability Yes production
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production Five vessels
Yard area 85,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 820

Contact: Vincent Ling Lu Yew Director


Lot 523, Kuala Baram Land District, 98008 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
T +60 (0)85 604 499
F +60 (0)85 604 289
E vincentling@shinyang.com.my
W www.syshippingcorp.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.14. Port Shipyard & Engineering Sdn Bhd (PSE)

Port Shipyard and Engineering Sdn. Bhd., located in Kampung Pendamar, Klang, is a shipbuilding and ship repair facility
capable of building vessels up to 10,000 dwt.

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 110 m x 20 m (gravel dock) 6,000 dwt


Slipway 75 m 10,000 dwt
Pier 30 m
Ship structure and steel fabrication Steel and aluminium structure
Shipbuilding products
Shipbuilding and ship repair Up to 55 m
Design capability Yes production
Annual production Five
Yard area 42,500 m2
English language Yes Yes
Employees 300 Including subcontractors

Contact: Chuah Chong Wah Managing Lloyds Register contact:


Director Lee Geok Hwee
Lot 1123, Batu 3, Jalan Pendamar, Kampung Pendamar, T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
41200 Klang, Selangor M +60 (0)12 301 7628
T +60 (0)3 31685602 E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org
F +60 (0)3 31687011
E info@pseshipyard.com
W www.pseshipyard.com

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6.4.15. Sarawak Slipways Sdn. Bhd.

Sarawak Slipways Sdn. Bhd., located in Miri, Sarawak, is one of the longest established shipbuilding and ship repair
yards in Malaysia. The company was founded in 1967 and delivered the first steel ship constructed in Malaysia in the
same year.

Sarawak Slipways is one of the busiest shipbuilding and ship repair yards in Malaysia. It has grown from a relatively
simple river tug and barge builder to one of the most experienced yards in the region in building and repairing offshore
support vessels, naval ships, harbour and ocean-going tugs, aluminium high-speed craft and other special services
vessels.

The company has so far delivered more than 300 vessels while at the same time consistently providing maintenance and
repair services to the shipping industry.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 3 x 100 m 1,800 dwt


Pier 60 m
Tug 100 tonnes BP, up to 70 m
General cargo Bulk fuel / container
AHTS 100 tonnes BP, up to 70 m
OSV Up to 70 m
PSV Up to 70 m
Seismic support vessel Up to 70 m
Shipbuilding products
Offshore survey vessel Up to 70 m
Oil recovery vessel Up to 70 m
Offshore crewboat Aluminium / steel
Passenger vessel Aluminium / steel
High-speed combat boat / interceptor Aluminium, 50 knots
Pilot boat Aluminium / steel, 30 knots
Design capability Yes production and concept design
Annual production Up to 10
Yard area 61,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 350

Contact: Chew Pak Hen Executive Director (Finance & Commercial)


Lot 806, Piasau Industrial Estate 98007, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
T +60 (0)85 651 655
F +60 (0)85 654 272
E pakhen.chew@sarawakslipways.com
W www.sarawakslipways.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.4.16. Sealink Shipyard Sdn Bhd

Sealink was founded by Mr Yong Foh Choi in 1974. Initially, the company provided chartering services to the navy and
the fishing, dredging, logging and mining sectors, to companies inside and outside Malaysia. In 1994, Yong Foh Choi
ventured into chartering vessels to the offshore oil and gas industry. In 1997, Sealink started its shipbuilding business.
Over the years, Sealink has established a proven track record and reputation for both ship chartering and new
construction. Sealink has built vessels for both local and international companies.
The yard is located in Miri, Sarawak, and comprises a land area of 280,000 m2. It is equipped with the latest technology
in 3D modelling as well as other production enhancement tools and has experience in the construction of tugs, AHTS,
landing craft and offshore utility vessels.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 90 m x 25 m x 3 m 3,000 tonnes


Floating jetty 85 m x 24 m
Multi-purpose vessel / seismic support
Anchor handling tug
Landing craft
Shipbuilding products
AHTS DP2
Barge
Tug / utility
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 7 15 vessels
Yard area 280,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 346

Contact: Mr Ang Swee Meng Lloyds Register contact:


Chief Operations Officer Lee Geok Hwee
Lot 816, Block 1, Kuala Baram Land District, 98100 Kuala T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
Baram Miri, Sarawak M +60 (0)12 301 7628
T +60 (0)85 605 767 E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org
F +60 (0)85 605 428
E sweemeng.ang@asiasealink.com or shipyard@asiasealink.com
W www.asiasealink.com

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6.4.17. Shin Yang Shipyard Sdn. Bhd. (Yard 1) (Yard 2)

Shin Yang Shipyard Sdn Bhd., located in Miri, Sarawak, was established in 1999. Under its listed parent company, Shin
Yang Shipping Corporation, it provides ship construction, repair and fabrication services to the Malaysia market as well
as the international market. Shin Yang specialises in the construction of accommodation workboats, support vessels,
landing crafts, cement carriers and merchant ships up to 130 m in length. Due to increasing market demand, Shin Yang
Shipyard Sdn Bhd has expanded its shipbuilding services by establishing a second yard Shin Yang Shipyard Sdn Bhd
(Yard 2).

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 720 m 3,003 tonnes


2 x 50 m
Piers
1 x 20 m
Tug 64 tonnes, up to 49.95 m
Naval
General cargo,13,500 dwt, up to 130
General cargo
m
Cement carrier, 7,343 dwt, up to
General cargo
9.92 m
Bulk carrier 7,520 dwt, up to 99.80 m, 387 teu
Tanker
Shipbuilding products
AHTS
OSV Workboat, 3,000 dwt, up to 80 m
DP2 diesel-electric platform supply
PSV
vessel, 3,500 dwt, up to 77m
Passenger
Supply / interceptor
Jack-up rigs
Design capability Yes production
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 10 vessels
English language Yes
Employees 1,839

Contact: Vincent Ling Lu Yew Executive Director


Sublot 153 (Parent Lot 70), Jalan Kuala Baram, Kuala Baram, 981000 Miri Sarawak, Malaysia
T +60 (0)85 604 999
F +60 (0)85 604 888
E Newbuild.syscorp@shinyang.com.my
W www.syshippingcorp.com.my

Lloyds Register contact:


Lee Geok Hwee
T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
M +60 (0)12 301 7628
E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org

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6.5. Shipyards in Philippines

Manila
Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Company Ltd.

Keppel Batangas Shipyard


Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu) Inc.

in Philippines
Shipyards
Austal Philippines Shipyard

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6.5.1. Austal Philippines Shipyard

Austal is an Australian company that specialises in the design and construction of aluminium vessels. Its main products
include passenger and freight ferries, luxury yachts and military vessels. Austal has three production facilities: one on the
Australian mainland in Henderson, Western Australia; one in Balamban, Cebu, in the Philippines; and one in Mobile,
Alabama, in the United States.

Austal acquired the Cebu shipyard located in the West Cebu Industrial Park in November 2011, as part of a strategy
to regionalise its manufacturing base for commercial vessels.

The $7 million acquisition of the former FBMA Marine shipyard has enabled Austal to establish shipbuilding operations
in the area. The company is currently making significant investments to further enhance the shipyards capabilities, and
construction of the first vessel is scheduled to commence in the first quarter of 2012.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 80 m x 20 m 1,000 tonnes


60 m x 20 m x 19.6 m (bay 1)
Assembly bays
60 m x 20 m x 19.6 m (bay 2)
Pier 80 m
Commercial ferries
Aluminium vessels
Yachts
Shipbuilding products
Military vessels
Ship repair
Component parts (CCPB)
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 360 tonnes steel
Yard area 120,130 m
English language Yes
Employees 233

Contact: Mr. Joselito Turano President and General Manager


Lot 1731 West Cebu Industrial Park Barangay Arpili Balamban, Cebu Philippines 6041
T +63 32 239 3300
F +63 32 239 3301
E Philippines_shipyard@austal.com
W www.austal.com

Lloyds Register contacts:


Manila office
T +63 (0)2 567 4530
E manila@lr.org

Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.5.2. Hanjin Heavy Industries And Construction Company Ltd.

HHIC-Phil Inc., a subsidiary of Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co., Ltd. based in Korea, was incorporated in
February 2006 to undertake shipbuilding business in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone in the Philippines.

The company owns and operates the 3,000,000 m2 Hanjin Subic Shipyard. The state-of-the-art shipyard is equipped
with two super-sized dry docks that can accommodate construction of ultra-large vessels at any time and have a
combined area of 1,200,000 m2. It is complemented by four sets of goliath cranes with 600 tonnes lifting capacity
each and lifting capability of 1,000 tonnes, with synchronised movement and other support facilities. HHIC-Phils
product range includes container ships, bulk carriers, crude oil tankers and gas carriers. Aside from its core business of
shipbuilding, the company is looking at sophisticated offshore and onshore projects to broaden its business capabilities
in the coming years.

As of March 2013, Hanjin Subic Shipyard was employing more than 18,000 workers. To maintain its high-quality
workforce, HHIC-Phil runs a modern Skill Development Center (SDC) which has already mentored more than 30,000
local trainees who have also undergone certification tests accredited by reputable classification societies, including
Lloyds Register.

HHIC-Phil Inc.s forthcoming projects include the construction of high-value vessels such as LPG carriers and large
container ships of 9,000 teu class, which will make use of the companys most advanced technology accumulated over
its 70-year history.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

370 m x 100 m x 12.5 m 220,000 tonnes


Dry docks
550 m x 135 m x 13.5 m 530,000 tonnes
1,020 m
Quays 2,045 m
631 m
Container ships
Bulk carriers
Shipbuilding products
VLCCs
LPG carriers
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 14001:2004
Yard area 3,000,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 18,000 including subcontractors
Shops and lecture rooms occupying 40,000m2 of the Industrial
Training centre
Park in SBMA, 400 trainees per session

Contact: Mr. Joong Gyu Kim Managing Director


Greenbeach 1, Redondo Peninsula, Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Philippines
T +63-306-5100
F +63-252-2702
W www.hhic-phil.com

Lloyds Register contacts:


Manila office
T +63 (0)2 567 4530
E manila@lr.org

Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.5.3. Keppel Batangas Shipyard (KBS)

Keppel Batangas Shipyard (KBS) is located in the Keppel Philippines Marine-Special Economic Zone in Bauan,
Batatangas, along the main trading route in the South China Sea.

KBS has experience in ship repair, offshore rig fabrication and shipbuilding services to the shipping and offshore
markets.

KBS has operated for over 30 years, undertaking extensive repair works on a wide range of vessels including bulk
carriers, container ships, multi-purpose barges, dredgers, offshore support vessels, tugs, passenger ferries, pleasure
yachts, ocean research vessels, military and patrol craft, fishing vessels, oil tankers and LPG carriers.

Vessels coming in for repair are accommodated in the yards 50,000 dwt-capacity handymax graving dock, the 6,000
dwt-capacity ship lift system and eight dry berths capable of docking vessels up to 20,000 dwt.

Major conversion projects completed by KBS include the transformation of an oil tanker into an asphalt carrier and a
bulk supply vessel into a double hull tanker, the conversion of a general cargo vessel into a container ship and a dredger
into container vessel, and the jumboisation of a landing craft.

KBS has a track record of more than 90 newbuild deliveries to date, including offshore oil rig sections, tankers, barges,
tugs, landing craft and asphalt carriers, all classed to the standards of international classification societies.

On the offshore new construction front, KBS has delivered the lower hulls of several ultra-deepwater semi-submersible
oil rigs for international clients.

Significant industrial structures fabricated by KBS include a mechanical shiplift platform with 2,040 tonnes lifting
capacity rubber-tyred gantry transtainers.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 200 m x 38 m x 7 m 50,000 dwt


Ship lift platform 20,000 dwt
Management system ISO: 9001:2008
Annual production 100 vessels
Yard area 340,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 4,363 including subcontractors

Contact: Mr. Poh Leong Kok President


Barangay San Miguel, Bauan, Batangas 4201, Philippines
T +63 (0)43 727 1532 to 36
F +63 (0)43 727 1453
E leongkok.poh@keppelpm.com
W www.keppelphilippinesmarineinc.com

Lloyds Register contacts:


Manila office
T +63 (0)2 567 4530
E manila@lr.org

Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.5.4. Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu), Inc.

Tsuneishi Heavy Industries (Cebu) Inc. or THICI was established in 1994. It started as, and continues to be, a successful
partnership between the Tsuneishi Group of Japan and the Aboitiz Group of the Philippines.

THICI builds merchant ships of up to 100,000 dwt using the same quality shipbuilding technologies and standards as
those in Tsuneishi Japan.

THICIs main facilities are located on a 550,000 m2 land area consisting of two slipways, floating docks for ship repair, a
warehouse, and assembly factory, a hardcover factory, a pipe factory, a paint shop, a machine shop, floating cranes and
an office building.

THICI holds ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 certification.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

128 m x 23.3 m (floating dock)


Dry docks
450 m x 60 m x 11.5 m (construction dock)
1 x 200 m x 34 m
Slipways
1 x 250 m x 41 m
Bulk carriers Up to 180,000 dwt
Shipbuilding products
Car and truck carriers
Design capability Yes production and concept (main design in Japan)
Management system ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004
Yard area 550,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 13,000 including subcontractors

Contact: Mr. Hitoshi Kono


West Cebu Industrial Park-SEZ Buanoy, Balamban, Cebu, Philippines 6041
T +63 (0)32 333 2292 to 95
F +63 (0)32 333 2230
E loureina.evangelio@tsuneishi.com
W www.thici.com

Lloyds Register contacts:


Manila office
T +63 (0)2 567 4530
E manila@lr.org

Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.6. Shipyards in Singapore

Sembawang Shipyard.

Keppel Singmarine Pte Ltd.

DDW-Pax Ocean Asia Pte Ltd.

Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd


(Sembmarine
Integrated yard)
in Singapore
Shipyards

ASL Marine Holdings Ltd

Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd (Tanjong Kling yard)


Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd
(Tuas yard)
Jurong SML Pte Ltd (Benoi yard)

Strategic Marine (S) Pte Ltd

Singapore Technologies
Marine Ltd (ST Marine)

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6.6.1. ASL Marine Holdings Ltd.

The ASL Marine Group started operations in 1974 under the sole ownership of Mr. Ang Sin Liu, trading in scrap steel
material under the name Ang Sin Liu Hardware.

Building construction works commenced in the 1980s. In 1986, Ang Sin Liu Hardware purchased the lease at No. 19
Pandan Road, Singapore 609271 of approximately 37,219 m2 of land with a waterfront of approximately 179 m, in
order to undertake ship-breaking activities. The company then ventured into shipbuilding and ship repair. On July 23,
1992, the shipbuilding and ship repair businesses were split off from Ang Sin Liu Construction into a new corporate
entity, Ang Sin Liu Shipyard Pte Ltd (ASL Shipyard).

ASL Marine Holdings Ltd is a fully integrated marine company which is focused on shipbuilding, ship repair, ship
conversion, ship chartering and other marine-related services. Furthermore, ASL also provides support services for
procurement, logistics and engineering services. The company has experience in building tugs, barges, offshore support
vessels, work vessels, azimuth stern drive tugs, emergency response and rescue vessels and commercial tankers. In
addition, ASL Shipyard undertakes conversions and repair of all types of vessels.

ASL Marine Holdings caters to customers mainly from Asia Pacific, South Asia, the Middle East and Europe. ASL Marine
owns and operates three shipyards in Singapore, Indonesia and China. Its head quarters are in Singapore. This group has
developed a niche market in repairing and building medium size vessels.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock / waterfront 180 m


Berth 450 m
Workshop 70 m x 24 m covered
Tugs / self-elevating platforms
Shipbuilding products Barges and dredgers
Offshore support vessels
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production 20 vessels
Yard area 37,219 m2
English language Yes
Employees 140 employees and over 800 contract workers

Contact: Mr Ang Kok Leong Executive Director


19 Pandan Road Singapore 609271
T +65 9638 7757 / 65 6264 3833
F +65 6266 2776
E leong@aslmarine.com or shipyard@aslmarine.com
W www.aslmarine.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Goh Lam Bee
T +65 6278 9444
M +65 9635 5578
E mbc@lr.org

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6.6.2. DDW-PaxOcean Shipyard Pte. Ltd.

DDW-PaxOcean Shipyard Pte. Ltd. is one of six shipyards majority owned and operated by Kuok Singapore Limited.

DDW-PaxOcean Singapore was established in 1983. It operates a 110,000 m2 shipyard in Tuas with three building berths
that can accommodate up to 20,000 dwt vessels. DDW-PaxOcean specialises in rig building and shipbuilding, as well as
repair and conversion, supported by full in-house engineering and design capabilities. The shipyard has delivered over
55 newbuild vessels since 2000 to local and international clients.

The company has an integrated ISO9001, ISO14001 and OHSAS18001 management system.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

195 m x 34.7 m 16,000 dwt


Dry docks 187.5 m x 36.5 m 16,000 dwt
122 m x 22.8m 4,350 dwt
Berths 3 x 1,600 m Up to 20,000 dwt
Offshore support vessels
Cement and livestock carriers
Shipbuilding products
Barges
Tankers
Design capability Yes design and concept
Management system ISO9001:2008, ISO14001:2004 and OHSAS18001:2007
Yard area 110,000 m2
English language Yes

Contacts: Lloyds Register contact:


Mr Abdul Gahni Goh Lam Bee
T +65 6278 9444
General Manager (Ship Repair) M +65 9635 5578
E mbc@lr.org
Mr Wan Chee Hoong
Commercial Manager (Newbuild)
33 Tuas Crescent Singapore 638722
T +65 6551 5900
F +65 6861 2452
E marketing@paxocean.com
W www.paxocean.com

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6.6.3. Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd.

Jurong Shipyard Pte Ltd (JSPL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine Ltd, a company listed on the SGX mainboard.

Jurong Shipyard has over four decades of experience in the marine engineering business. In 1963, Jurong Shipyard Ltd
was established as a joint-venture between the Government of Singapore and Ishikawajima Harima Heavy Industries Co
Ltd (IHI) of Japan. Today, JSPL offers a comprehensive range of services in shiprepair, shipbuilding, ship conversion, rig
building and offshore engineering.

JSPL is currently building a new 206-hectare yard called Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas. This is located at Tuas View
Extension in the west of Singapore. Phase I of the new yard, covering 73.3hectares, began operations in August 2013.
Phase II, which spans 34.5 hectares, is expected to begin operations in the next three to four years.

The state-of-the-art new yard facility is designed to maximise operational synergy, production efficiency and critical mass
with optimised docking and berthing facilities, an improved dock and quay ratio, a centralised work-efficient layout
and integrated facilities. This will sharpen the Groups competitive edge to achieve greater productivity and efficiency to
deliver innovative, value-added and cost-efficient solutions to customers.

JSPL offers a wide range of vessels and rigs, including VLCCs, new generations of mega containerships, LNG carriers and
passenger ships, Phase I of the new yard is equipped with four VLCC drydocks with a total dock capacity of 1.55 million
deadweight tonnes as well as finger piers and basin lengths totalling 3.9 kilometres.

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Tanjong Kling Yard

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

DD1: 270 m x 40 m x 10 m 100,000 dwt


DD2: 350 m x 56 m x 12 m 300,000 dwt
Graving docks
DD3: 380 m x 80.2 m x 14 m 500,000 dwt
DD5: 335 m x 56 m x 11 m 200,000 dwt
TK West Quay: 240 m
TK South Quay: 687 m
TK East Quay North: 205 m
TK East Quay South: 36.5 m
8 berthing quays
TK North Quay: 160 m
PS South Quay: 434 m
PS East Quay: 234 m
PS West Quay: 403 m

Phase I Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

YST D1: 350 m x 66 m x 8.5 m 350,000 dwt


YST D2: 360 m x 89 m x 8.5 m 500,000 dwt
Graving docks
YST D3: 412 m x 66 m x 11 m 350,000 dwt
YST D4: 350 m x 66 m x 8.5 m 350,000 dwt
YST 01: 210 m
YST 02: 375 m
YST 03: 375 m
YST 04: 300 m
YST 05: 400 m
12 berthing quays YST 06: 318 m
(Phase 1 - Sembmarine
integrated yard @ Tuas) YST 07: 318 m
YST 08: 318 m
YST 09: 318 m
YST 10: 318
YST 11: 318 m
YST 12: 350 m

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Phase I Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas (continued)

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

New build semi-submersible Up to 20,000 dwt


New build jack-up Up to 6,000 dwt (VDL)
New build drillship Up to 300,000 dwt
FPSO / FSO / FSRU conversion Up to 300,000 dwt
Derrick crane / semi-submerisble rigs to floating
production units (FPU) reconstruction
Specialised ship conversion
Shipbuilding products
Repairs and upgrades of semi-submersibles, jack-
ups, FPSO, FSO, fabrication and installation of
offshore structures and upgrading of drillships
Ocean tankers Up to 90,000 dwt
Product / chemical tankers 11,500 dwt
Freedom class vessels 14,800 dwt
Multi-purpose cargo vessels
Design capability Yes production
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
733,000 m2
656,352 m2
Yard area (Phase 1 Sembmarine
(Tanjong Kling yard)
Integrated Yard @ Tuas)
English language Yes
Employees 4,847

Contacts:
Tanjong Kling Yard
Mr. William Gu Weiguang General Manager (Offshore)
29 Tanjong Kling Road, Singapore 628054
T +65 6265 1766 (Main) / +65 6262 7007
F +65 6262 7243
E william.gu@sembmarine.com / os_eng.osd@jspl.com.sg
W www.jspl.com.sg

Phase 1 Sembmarine Integrated Yard @ Tuas


Mr. Philip Tan General Manager (Commercial)
80 Tuas South Boulevard, Singapore 637051
T +65 6265 1766 (Main) / +65 6710 3139
F +65 6710 3182
E philip.tan@sembmarine.com / commercial@jspl.com.sg
W www.jspl.com.sg

Lloyds Register contact:


Goh Lam Bee
T +65 6278 9444
M +65 9635 5578
E mbc@lr.org

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6.6.4. Jurong SML Pte Ltd.

Jurong SML Shipyard started in 1988 as a ship repair division of Sembawang Maritime Ltd. It later became part of
Sembcorp Marine Ltd, a public listed company, in May 1992.

Jurong SML is a medium-sized shipyard and also a fully owned subsidiary specialising in the repair of small and medium-
sized vessels, including afloat and anchorage repairs, and the construction of mid-sized vessels, including passenger
ships and yachts, dredgers, offshore equipment and barges, purseiners and fishing vessels, drillships, offshore supply
vessels and anchor handling tugs, product and chemical tankers, and LPG and LNG carriers.

Two shipyards operate from two different locations that cover an area of 120,000 m2. Jurong SML has two dry docks
with a total docking / new build capacity of 62,500 dwt at Shipyard Road (Benoi), as well as a floating dock and three
slipways at Tuas.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

125 m x 17 m x 4.8 m (drydock 1) 7,500 dwt


Dry docks 126 m x 22 m x 5.3 m (drydock 2) 10,000 dwt
116 m x 23 m (floating dock) 5,000 dwt
140 m 15,000 dwt
140 m 15,000 dwt
Slipways
120 m 10,000 dwt
50 m
140 m
Piers 170 m
125 m
Passenger ships
Yachts
Offshore support vessels
Drillships
Shipbuilding products Anchor handling tugs
Purseiners
Fishing vessels
Product / chemical tankers
Barges and dredgers
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Yard area 120,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 320

Contact: Mr Freddie Woo Lloyds Register contact:


Executive Director Goh Lam Bee
Jurong SML Pte Ltd. T +65 6278 9444
Benoi Yard: 57 Shipyard Road Singapore, 628142 M +65 9635 5578
Tuas Yard: 43 Tuas Road, Singapore 638498 E mbc@lr.org
T +65 6663 9218
F +65 6265 8700
E marketing@jsml.com.sg or smlsmktg@sembcorp.com
W www.jsml.com.sg

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6.6.5. Keppel Singmarine Pte Ltd.

Keppel Singmarine Pte Ltd. (KSM) was established in 1976 as a medium-sized shipbuilder and repairer. The company
is the specialised shipbuilding division of Keppel Offshore and Marine Ltd, one of the largest rig-building and marine
groups in the region. Keppel Singmarine uses advanced technologies to customise design and construction of
specialised vessels.

The company also builds ice-class vessels and ice-breakers for operation in areas with extreme weather conditions such
as Sakhalin, the Northern Caspian Sea and the Arctic region. KSM has two yards, situated close together at Benoi.

KSMs yard at 5 Benoi Road

KSMs yard at 15 Benoi Road

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

105 m x 18.5 m x 8.23 m 5,000 dwt


Dry docks 350 m x 60 m 300,000 dwt
300 m x 60 m 170,000 dwt
120 m x 27.5 m
Slipways
230 m x 70 m
160 m x 5.5 m
Wharf: 60 m x 5 m
217 m x 7 m 500,000 dwt
352 m x 10 m

Mooring quays 280 m x 8 m


224 m x 7 m
156 m x 7 m
100 m x 5 m
200 m x 8 m
Anchor handling tug/Supply vessels
Cable laying vessels
Diving support vessels
Floating storage & offloading vessels
Harbour and terminal tugs
Shipbuilding products Icebreakers & ice-class support vessels
Multi-purpose construction vessels
Pipelaying vessels
Platform supply vessels
Rockdumping fallpipe vessels
Well stimulation vessels
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
5 Benoi Road, Singapore 629879 30,924 m
Yard area
15 Benoi Road, Singapore 629888 350,000 m2
English language Yes

Contact: Mr Poon Tai Lum General Manager (Commercial/Marketing)


15 Benoi Road, Singapore 629888
T +65 6861 6622
F +65 6862 1792
E tailum.poon@keppelsingmarine.com
W www.keppelom.com/en/

Lloyds Register contact:


Goh Lam Bee
T +65 6278 9444
M +65 9635 5578
E mbc@lr.org

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6.6.6. Sembawang Shipyard

Sembawang Shipyard was established on June 19, 1968, ushering in a new chapter in commercial ship repair in the
region. In 1997, Sembawang shipyard was admitted into the Singapore Quality Class for business excellence, conferred
by Singapores Productivity and Standards Board.

The company has expertise in the tanker, bulk carrier and container/cargo vessel sectors and in niche markets such as
passenger ship conversion, upgrading, FPSO conversion, offshore conversion and new building, complex lengthening
conversion, damage repair, chemical tankers, LNG carriers, LPG carriers and naval ship repair. Apart from conversions,
Sembawang Shipyard also provides services to the specialised ship new building market.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

290 m x 48 m x 8.5 m (floating dock 1) 150,000 dwt


202 m x 42 m x 10.3 m (floating dock 2) 60,000 dwt
Dry docks 230 m x 35 m x 7.3 m (floating dock 3) 65,000 dwt
384 m x 64 m x 85 m (graving dock 1) 400,000 dwt
303 m x 39.6 m x 13.1 m (graving dock 2) 100,000 dwt
220 m
Piers 260 m
689.5 m
VLCCs
Tankers
LPG/LNG carriers
Shipbuilding products
Bulk carriers
Cargo ships
Conversions
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
English language Yes
Employees 2,300

Contact: Mr Jimmy Ho Commercial Manager, Sales


Sembawang Shipyard, Admiralty Road West Singapore 759956
T +65 6750 6233 / 9639 8487
F +65 6758 1025
E jimmy.ho@sembmarine.com
W www.sembship.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Goh Lam Bee
T +65 6278 9444
M +65 9635 5578
E mbc@lr.org

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6.6.7. Singapore Technologies Marine Ltd. (ST Marine)

Established over 40 years ago, ST Marine provides shipbuilding, ship conversion and repair services to a worldwide client
base in both the naval and commercial markets. In the USA, the company operates through VT Halter Marine, located in
Pascagoula, Mississippi.

ST Marine also has in-house design capability for their wide range of products and services.

ST Marine pioneered the heavy lift hoverbarge back In the 1970s, a design created by Hovertrans Solutions Pte. Ltd.
a company jointly owned by ST Marine and Hovertransport Consultants Ltd., and Clearstone lnvestments LLC.

The companys modern facilities have an area of 188,000 m2 and the capacity to build vessels up to 70,000 dwt.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

1 x 185 m x 40 m (floating dock) 40,000 dwt


1 x 240 m x 52 m (floating dock) 70,000 dwt
Dry docks
1 x 66 m x 16 m (syncrolift) 6,000 dwt
1 x 110 m x 20 m (syncrolift) 12,500 dwt
Slipway 165 m x 28 m 30,000 dwt
1 x 250 m
Piers
1 x 500 m (deep water wharf)
Naval
Shipbuilding products Commercial
Conversion
Design capability Yes production and concept
Yard area 188,000 m2
English language Yes

Contact: Chee Khiang Siow Vice President Marketing (Shipbuilding) / Branding


7 Benoi Road, Singapore 629882
T +65 9698 8626
E siowck@stengg.com
W www.stengg.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Goh Lam Bee
T +65 6278 9444
M +65 9635 5578
E mbc@lr.org

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6.6.8. Strategic Marine (S) Pte Ltd.

Strategic Marine is a Western Australian-owned shipbuilding and engineering company. Currently, the organisation
operates facilities in Australia, Singapore, Vietnam and Mexico.

The shipbuilding company offers maritime solutions to clients, including refit and repair, project and finance
management, and training and logistics services. The company is in the process of renovating its production facilities in
all yards to gain the capacity to meet increasing demand from the global shipping industry.

Strategic Marines 11,068 m2 yard at Tuas, Singapore, was leased in 2005 to complete the companys first two newly
designed 40 metre crew boats. The yard has a full-time management and shipbuilding team of over 80 employees.

The company implemented an infrastructure development plan that was completed in 2011 and included; a 2000
m2 covered workshop with 10 tonne overhead cranes, a 400 tonne travel lift (straddle carrier) with finger piers, fully
concreted hard standing areas, collection sumps for hazardous materials and an additional 400 m2 office space.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Crew boats Aluminium up to 60 m


Shipbuilding products Maintenance vessels Aluminium up to 30 m
Military landing craft and patrol vessels Up to 50 m
Design capability Yes production and concept
Annual production 15 30 vessels
Yard area 11,068 m2
English language Yes
Employees Over 150

Contact: Rodney Davis Operation Manager


No 4 Pioneer Sector 1, Singapore, 628416
T +65 6558 7877
F +65 6558 7277
E rodneyd@strategicmarine.com
W www.strategicmarine.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Vishnu Sharma
T +65 6891 7387
M +65 9618 8227
E vishnu.sharma@lr.org

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6.7. Shipyards in Sri Lanka
in Sri Lanka
Shipyards

Neil Fernando & Company (Pvt) Ltd


Colombo Dockyard PLC
Colombo

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6.7.1. Colombo Dockyard PLC

Colombo Dockyard PLC (CDPLC) was established in 1974 and has since been dedicated to providing ship repair,
shipbuilding, heavy engineering and offshore engineering services. The yard is conveniently located inside the Port of
Colombo.

CDPLC operates graving dry-docks with a maximum capacity of 125,000 dwt and extensive repair berth facilities.

In the ship repair sector on average, CDPLC handles over 200 vessels annually with 100 accommodated in drydock and
the balance accommodated at an alongside repair berth.

Since 1993, CDPLC has been operating in joint collaboration with Onomichi Dockyard Company Limited, Japan.

The company has been successful in developing and implementing an integrated management system covering safety
and occupational health, environment, and development of managerial and technical skills. This has enabled CDPLC to
increase their ship repair and shipbuilding capacity.

The yard has focused on the implementation of their ISO 9001:2008 standard, placing strong emphasis on the
management of occupational health and safety and on the adoption of a state-of-the art information technology
system.

CDPLC is currently building four large-size, ocean-going multi-purpose platform supply vessels (MPSVs) for a Singapore
client. Two 400 passenger vessels are also under construction for the Government of India.

To respond to growing market demand, CDPLC converted one of its repair docks (dock no. 2) into a fully equipped
shipbuilding dock, enlarged the dock entrance significantly, added a new 160 tonne crane to service dock nos. 1 and 2,
and enhanced and upgraded the yards steel processing capacity.

CDPLC has also entered into the offshore markets, establishing itself as a repair centre for offshore support vessels
operating in the region and providing services for oil rigs, drill ships and LPG ships. CDPLC has serviced international
firms such as Tidewater-USA, Bourbon Offshore- France, Sanko Line-Japan, SBS Marine-UK,ONGC-India, Great offshore-
India and Greatship-India.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

148 m x 26 m x 9.7 m (dry dock 01-A) 30,000 dwt


62 m x 26 m x 9.7 m (dry dock 01-B)
Dry docks 107 m x 18.5 m x 6.7 m (dry dock 02) 9,000 dwt
122 m x 16 m x 5.5 m (dry dock 03) 8,000 dwt
263 m x 44 m x 8.9 m (dry dock 04) 125,000 dwt
Slipway One slipway that can accommodate vessels up to a maximum beam of 16 m
Piers Nine up to 263 m
Steel Aluminium
Anchor handling tugs Fishery protection vessels
Shipbuilding products Platform supply vessels Fast crew boats
Passenger vessels Patrol crafts
Harbour tugs Fast landing craft
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Steel processing: 6,600 tonnes per year
Annual production Shipbuilding: four to six medium-sized vessels annually
Ship repairs: 200 vessels, 100 in drydock and 100 at afloat berth annually
Yard area 101,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 2,910 including subcontractors and trainees

Contacts:
Mr. K B Nayakaratne General Manager (Commercial)
Colombo Dockyard PLC P.O Box: 906 Port of Colombo Colombo15, Sri Lanka
T +94 11 2429005
F +94 11 2446441
E nayaka@cdl.lk
W www.cdl.lk

Mr, D V Abeysinghe General Manager (Projects & Engineering)


T +94 11 2429008
F +94 11 2446441
E dvabey@cdl.lk
W www.cdl.lk

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.7.2. Neil Fernando & Company (Pvt) Ltd.

Established in 1969, for over 40 years Neil Marine has established itself as one of South Asias largest fibreglass boat
builders. To date, Neil Marine has built and supplied over 40,000 vessels and exported more than 2,000 vessels to
markets in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

The companys facilities are certified to ISO 9001:2008. Neil Marine is part of a larger Penthouse group of companies
that comprise twelve subsidiary companies engaged in a diverse portfolio of industries. Neil Marine has three yards
located at strategic coastal areas throughout the Southern and Western regions of the country. Their main yard is
located in Negombo which is approximately 35 km from Colombo. It covers an area of more than 42,000 m2 and
comprises four climate-controlled moulding shops, a carpentry shop, a metal work shop (stainless steel and aluminium)
and engineering and electrical engineering areas.

The Negombo yard is located next to a lagoon and is equipped with a slipway used for launching. The yard shops are
ISO certified. Neil Marine employs approximately 250 personnel at the yards who are engaged in building vessels for the
export and local markets, with many of the staff having received training in Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Japan and
the UK.

Neil Marine also has its own in-house design office which, in addition to producing in-house designs, also works with
international designers such as David Freeman and Douglas Hinge of the UK and Martin De Jager and Jaap van der Wiel
of the Netherlands. Through these joint ventures, designs for more than 20 vessels have been produced to date.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/type

Slipway Up to 65 tonnes (displacement)


Pier 6m
GRP commercial and workboats Up to 35 m LOA
GRP patrol and surveillance craft Up to 25 m LOA
Shipbuilding products GRP passenger vessels Up to 35 m LOA
GRP luxury sailing and motor yachts Up to 25 m LOA
GRP totally enclosed lifeboats Up to 13 m LOA
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 14,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 250

Contact: Neil Fernando Chairman


70A,St.Judes Place, Thaladuwa, Negombo, Sri Lanka
T +94 31 5310391
F +94 31 5310353
E chairman@neilmarine.com
W www.neilmarine.com

Lloyds Register contacts:


Jagath Kumara
T +94 11 2577 077
M +94 77 340 1235
E jagath.kumara@lr.org

Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.8. Shipyards in Thailand

Bangkok
Bangkok

Chonburi

in Thailand
Shipyards
Asian Marine Services PCL. Unithai Shipyard and Engineering LIMITED

Italthai Marine LIMITED

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6.8.1. Asian Marine Services PCL (ASIMAR)

ASIMAR, located in Samutprakan, provides ship repair, shipbuilding, conversion, engineering work and offshore support
to both and international clients. With more than 20 years of experience in the ship repair industry, ASIMAR is a well-
established shipyard in Thailand.

ASIMARs experience in shipbuilding extends to shipowners in both the government and private sectors, locally and
internationally. With integrated indoor workshops, shipbuilding berths, slipways and a combined workforce of engineers
and naval architects, the company is capable of designing and building a variety of ship types to meet owners specific
requirements. It has particular past experience in small container vessels, tug vessels (30 and 40 tonnes) and OSVs.

ASIMAR has recently increased its shipbuilding facilities to build vessels up to 120 m in length and up to four vessels
concurrently.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

97.5 m x 19.6 m (Asimar 1) 6,000 dwt


Dry dock
161 m x 28 m (Asimar 2) 20,000 dwt
1 x 125 m x 28 m (Northern)
Slipways
1 x 80 m x 18 m (Southern)
OSV
OSV
Shipbuilding products
General cargo
Tug
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Annual production Two vessels
Yard area 36,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,000 including subcontractors

Contact: Mr. Wasin Wacharapinyo Marketing Manager


128 Moo 3 Suksawad Rd, Laemfapa, Prasamutjedee, Samutprakan, 10290, Thailand
T +66 (0)2 815 2060
F +66 (0)2 453 7214
E mkd@asimar.com
W www.asimar.com

Lloyds Register contacts:


Dusit Sua-Im
T +66 (0)2 367 5594
E dusit.sua-im@lr.org

Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.8.2. Italthai Marine Limited

Italthai Marine Limited, a member of the Italthai Group of companies, was established in1978 when the Italian-Thai
Development Corporation and Italthai Holding Co Ltd. partnered with Oriental Marine and Laminates Co., Ltd. to create
an organisation to construct and repair small and medium-sized steel, fiberglass, and aluminium ships.

Over the years, the company has developed and won a number of large bids to build both naval and commercial
vessels. Italthai Marine Limited customers include: the Royal Thai Navy, the Marine Police and the Port Authorities of
Thailand, Myanmar, Hong Kong and Norway.

Today, Italthai Marines 112,000 m2 facility, located at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River in Taiban, Samutprakarn
province, features 350 m x 34 m and 300 m x 40 m building berths, three 50 tonne- and one 15 tonne-capacity gantry
cranes, and one floating dock with a capacity of 4,500 tonnes lift enabling the company to build and repair vessels up
to 5,000 grt and 105 metres in length, and to fabricate 500 tonnes of steel per month.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 94 m x 20 m 4,000 tonnes


300 m x 40 m
Building berths
340 m x 34 m
95 m x 22 m (basin)
Pier
95 m (alongside)
Tug 50 tonnes BP, up to 28.2 m
AHTS 70 m
General cargo Container, up to 150 teu
Trailing suction hopper dredger,
Shipbuilding products Dredger
up to 3,578 dwt
Naval Patrol, up to 62 m
Training ship 90 m, up to 4,396 gt
OSV 80 m, up to 3,000 dwt
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 5,000 tonnes of steel work and 3 vessels
Yard area 112,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 250

Contact: Mr. Wirat Chanasit Managing Director


389 Soi Italianthai Taiban Road, T. Taiban, A. Muang Samutprakarn 10280
T +66 (0)2 387 1059
F +66 (0)2 387 1063
E itm@italthaimarine.com
W www.italthaimarine.com

Lloyds Register contacts:


Dusit Sua-Im
T +66 (0)2 367 5594
E dusit.sua-im@lr.org

Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.8.3. Unithai Shipyard and Engineering

Unithai Shipyard and Engineering Limited (UTSE) is the largest shipyard and engineering facility in Thailand, established
in 1990. The companys heavy fabrication and shipbuilding has a track record of more than ten years. Unithai has
delivered offshore structures, oil and gas modules and shipbuilding projects for both local and international clients.

In addition, Unithais subsidiary, CUEL Limited, is a leading EPCIC company, offering a unique range of services to
operators in the oil and gas industry. Formed in June 2000, CUEL provides an integrated service that encompasses
conceptual studies, detailed engineering, project management, procurement, fabrication, installation, hook-up and
commissioning for offshore oil and gas platforms, living quarters, subsea pipelines and other related facilities, as well as
downstream activities.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

140,000 dwt

282.2 m x 47 m 30,000 tonnes lifting capacity


(floating dock 01) 7 m draft
2 x 10 tonne crane
Dry dock
75,000 dwt

190.9 m x 34.4 m 3,500 tonnes lifting capacity


(floating dock 02) 7m draft
1 x 15 tonnes and 1 x 5 tonnes
30 m x 30 m (jetty 01) 4,500 tonnes TLC
Jetty
30 m x 50 m (jetty 02) 4,500 tonnes TLC
Slipway 100 m x 120 m 90 tonnes/m2 capacity
Multi-offshore terminal tug Up to 60 tonnes BP
Marine support vessel Up to 75 tonnes BP
Container vessel Up to 150 teu, 84m
Shipbuilding products
Hydrographic and mind survey vessel Up to 66m, speed 11 knots
Lihir power barge 85 m x 25 m x 6.5 m
Seaboard power barge 105 m x 30 m x 6.5 m
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Yard area 693,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 2,500, including in-house subcontractors

Contact: Mark Chenvisuwat Lloyds Register contacts:


Marketing and Commercial Manager Dusit Sua-Im
48 Moo 3 Tambon Tugsukhla, Sriracha Distric, T +66 (0)2 367 5594
Chonburi,Thailand 20230 E dusit.sua-im@lr.org
T +66 (0)38 407 000 (Ext. 5321)
F +66 (0)38 407 003 Le Tuan Phong
E mark.c@unithai.com T +84 (0)64 385 3359
W www.unithai.com M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.8. Shipyards in Vietnam

Section

6.9.1.

Halong Shipbuilding One Member Of 6.9.2.


Responsibility Limited Company
6.9.3.

6.9.4.
Haiphong 189 One Member Limited Liability
Benkien Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. Company (189 Shipyard)
6.9.5.

Songcam Shipbuilding Joint Stock Company 6.9.6.

6.9.7.

6.9.8.
Dung Quat Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd.
Song Thu Company 6.9.9.
in Vietnam
Shipyards

6.9.10.

Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard (Smv)

Ho Chi Minh City


Saigon Shipyard Company Ltd. (SSY) Strategic Marine (Vietnam) Company Ltd. (Smv)
Vung Tau

Saigon Offshore Fabrication & Engineering


Company Ltd. (Sofel)

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6.9.1. 189 One Member Limited Liability Company (189 Shipyard)

Established on 17 January, 1989, under the Ministry of National Defense, 189 Shipyard currently operates two shipyards
in Hai Phong. The companys newly built shipyard located in Dinh Vu Industrial Zone, which has a total area of 325,000
m2, is in addition to the established yard at Kien An District which has an area of 350,000 m2.

189 shipyard is capable of building and repairing aluminium and steel vessels. Its facilities include a ship lift system 80.5
metres in length with a lifting capacity of 2,600 tonnes.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Ship lift 80.5 m x 20 m 5,000 dwt


Pier 220 m x 8 m
Tug 30 tonnes BP, up to 50 m
Yacht Catamaran, Aluminium, 40 m

Shipbuilding products OSV 93 m


Naval Patrol, 90 m
Aluminium/steel, 2,000 dwt,
Passenger
240 pax
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
325,000 m2 (new shipyard)
Yard area
320,000 m2 (old shipyard)
English language Yes
Employees 714

Contact: Nguyen Van Dieu Deputy Director


189 Company Dinh Vu Industrial Zone, Dong Hai Ward, Hai An District, Hai Phong
T +84 (0)31 397 9706
F +84 (0)31 397 9709
E cty189@vnn.vn
W 189shipbuilding.vnn.vn

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.2. Benkien Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd.

Benkien Shinco was established in 1985 in the An Duong District of Hai Phong and now operates as a member of
Vinashin Group, carrying out both ship repair and new construction.

Benkien specialises in the construction of tug boats, dredges, passenger ships, general cargo vessels, bulk carriers and
multi-purpose container vessels, and they have recently completed a cement carrier vessel.

Benkien is accredited to ISO 9001:2008.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 97 m x 23 m Up to 5,000 dwt


Slipway 187 m x 34 m Up to 20,000 dwt
1 x 300 m
Piers
2 x 100 m
Tug 50 tonnes BP, up to 90 m

Shipbuilding products Passenger Aluminium, 200 pax


Cement carrier, container,
General cargo
up to 9,600 dwt
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
8-10 vessels up to 5,000 dwt at dry dock
Annual production
1-2 vessels on the slipway
English language Yes
Employees 800

Contact: Nguyen Duy Hung General Director


An Hong Commune, An Duong District, Hai Phong City, Viet Nam
T +84 (0)31 385 0128
F +84 (0)31 385 0004
E contact@benkienshinco.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.3. Dung Quat Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. (DQS)

Dung Quat Shipyard (DQS) is a subsidiary of Petrovietnam and is based in the Quang Ngai Province of Vietnam.

DQS was established in 2006 and has both new construction and in-service repair capabilities.

For new construction, DQS has experience in tugs, barges up to 18,000 dwt and tankers up to 104,000 dwt.

Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry docks 380 m x 86 m x 14 m (dry dock 01) Up to 450,000 dwt


520 m x 110 m x 14 m
(dry dock 02 under construction)
Tanker Crude oil, 104,000 dwt
Shipbuilding products
Barge 18,000 dwt
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 1.2 million tonnes per year
Yard area 1,180,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,800

Contact: Nguyen Van Hoi Chairman


Tan Hy Village, Binh Dong Commune, Binh Son District, Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam
T +84 (0)55 362 0055
F +84 (0)55 361 1464
E hoinv@dqsy.vn or dqsy@dqsy.vn
W www.dqsy.vn

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.4. Halong Shipbuilding One Member Of Responsibility Limited Company

Halong Shipbuilding One Member of Responsibility Limited Company is one of the biggest subsidiaries of Vietnam
Shipbuilding Industry Group (Vinashin). The company specialises in shipbuilding and repair and is based in the Gieng
Day Ward of Halong City in Quang Ninh Province.

The company currently has over 3,000 employees and a development history of over 35 years. Halong Shipbuilding has
experience in the construction and repair of bulk carriers, oil tankers, LPG tankers, floating docks, containerships and car
carriers for both domestic and foreign customers.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 352 m x 48 m 100,000 tonnes


240 m x 88 m (transverse slipway) 25,000 tonnes
Slipways
250 m x 36 m (longitudinal slipway) 55,000 tonnes
Outfitting piers 405 m x 9 m 3 vessels of 22,000 tonnes/year
Bulk carrier Up to 54,000 dwt
Container Up to 1,800 teu
Car carrier Up to 4,900 units
Shipbuilding products
Tug
Pontoon
Timber ship
Design capability Yes
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 10 vessels
Yard area 500,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,340

Contact: Nguyen Tuan Anh- General Director


Gieng day Ward, Halong City, Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam
T +84 33 846556
F +84 33 846044
E vanthuhalong@hlsy.com.vn or vmdoan@hlsy.com.vn
W www.vinashin.com.vn/halong

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.5. Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard (HVS)

Hyundai-Vinashin Shipyard Co., Ltd. (HVS) is a joint venture company. 70% of the company is owned by Koreas
Hyundai Group, represented by Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co., Ltd. (HMD), and 30% by the Vietnam Shipbuilding
Industry Corporation (VINASHIN). The company was established in 1996.

Over the 15 years since it was established, HVS has performed all types of repair and conversion to the full satisfaction
of its clients. In 2008, HVS built on this experience and successfully entered the shipbuilding market.

In close co-operation with HMD in Korea, HVS has delivered a range of large vessels, including the biggest ship to be
built in Vietnam to LR class.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

260 m x 45 m (dry dock 01) 80,000 dwt


Dry docks
380 m x 65 m (dry dock 02) 400,000 dwt
Piers A total of four up to 500 m
Bulk carrier Up to 82,000 dwt
Shipbuilding products
Tanker Product tanker up to 50,000 dwt
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 20 ships per year
Yard area 1,000,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 3,500

Contact: Mr. D. W. Lee General Manager, Contract Management Department


01 My Giang, Ninh Phuoc, Ninh Hoa, Khanh Hoa, Vietnam
T +84 (0)58 362 2101 (Ext.2581)
F +84 (0)58 362 2018
E dwlee1017@hmd.co.kr
W www.hyundai-vinashin.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.6. Saigon Offshore Fabrication & Engineering Company Ltd. (SOFEL)

Triyards Sofel was established in 2009 and is part of Triyards Holdings Limited which was listed on the mainboard of
Singapore Exchange Securities Trading Limited (SGX-ST) in October, 2012.

Triyards Sofel offers both new construction and ship repair facilities. For new construction, the company has experience
in OSV, AHTS, supply and diving vessels, tankers and floating docks up to a capacity of 50,000 dwt.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Slipway 195 m x 52 m 50,000 tonnes


Pier 100 m x 12.5 m x 10 m 50,000 tonnes
Tug 30 tonnes BP, 40 m

Shipbuilding products OSV 100 m

Jack-up rig

Design capability Yes production


Management system ISO 9001:2008, OHSAS 18001:2007 and ISO 14001:2004
Annual production 20,000 tonnes
Yard area 90,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,000

Contact: Mr. David Zhang Assistant General Manager


Dong Xuyen Industrial Zone, Rach Dua Ward, VungTau City, Ba Ria Vung Tau Province, Vietnam
T +84 (0)64 625 5999
F +84 (0)64 625 5995
E sofel@sofel.com.vn
W www.triyards.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.7. Saigon Shipyard Company Ltd. (SSY)

Saigon Shipyard Co., Ltd. (SSY) is an integrated service provider for the offshore, industrial and marine Industries
globally and is 100% owned by Ezra Holdings Ltd, an SGX-listed company.

Over the past decade, Saigon Shipyard Co., Ltd. has specialised in medium to heavy Industrial works, ranging from steel
fabrication and electrical Installation right through to equipment manufacturing services.

SSY has experience in AHTS (4,600 dwt), PSV (3,500 dwt) and operates an integrated management system with around
1,130 employees.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 100 m x 52.5 m x 5 m (floating dock) 10,000 dwt


Slipway 130 m (total length)
10,000 dwt (for outfitting)
Outfitting wharf 140 m
7,000 dwt (for launching)
AHTS 4,600 dwt

Shipbuilding products PSV 3,500 dwt

Tanker Product tanker, 6,000 dwt

Design capability Yes production


Management system ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007
Shipbuilding: 4-5
Ship repair: 3-5
Annual production Crane / A-Frame: 2-3
Calm buoy: 1-2
Hydraulic rig main skid beam structure: 1-2
Yard area 100,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,130

Contact: Nguyen Thi Kim Thanh General Affairs


99 Quarter 3, Thanh My Loi Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
T +84 (0)83 742 4000
F +84 (0)83 897 6446
E saigonshipyard@ssy.com.vn
W www.triyards.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.8. Song Thu Company

Song Thu Company, located in Danang City, has over 35 years of experience in ship new construction and repair. The
company is split over two shipyard facilities.

Song Thu Company has successfully delivered both commercial and naval projects and is ISO 9001:2008 accredited with
over 1,600 employees.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 23 m x 100 m (Syncrolift) 3,000 tonnes


Piers 96 m x 14.5 m x 6 m 3,000 tonnes
Tug 50 tonnes BP, 50 m
Tanker Product tanker, 63 m
Shipbuilding products
Naval Patrol vessel, 90 m

Passenger Steel, 60 m

Management system ISO 9001:2008


Annual production 20 ships
Yard area 20,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 1,600

Contact: Mr. Ha Son Hai General Director


96 Yet Kieu street, Tho Quang ward, Son Tra district, Da Nang city, Vietnam
T +84 (0)511 3 929 567
F +84 (0)511 3 929 576
E sales@songthu.com.vn
W www.songthu.com.vn

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.9. Songcam Shipbuilding Joint Stock Company

Songcam Shipbuilding joint stock company, based in Hai Phong, was established in 1959 and is one of the oldest
shipyards in Vietnam.

Songcam Shipbuilding specialises in tug boats (up to 7,000 HP), search and rescue vessels, high-speed aluminium vessels
and general cargo vessels up to 4,500 dwt for both local and international clients.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

Dry dock 50 m x 20 m x 15 m 4,500 dwt


Slipways 100 m x 20 m 4,000 dwt
Pier 50 m Two cranes, 25 tonnes alongside
Shipbuilding products Tug 80 tonnes BP, 60 m
Management system ISO 9001: 2008 and ISO 14001:2004
Annual production 12-16 tugs (tug, workboat, FRC) per year
Yard area 59,000 m2
English language Yes
Employees 937

Contact: Mr. Pham Manh Ha General Director


No.8 Chi Lang Street, Hong Bang Distric, Hai Phong city
T +84 (0)31 352 5974
F +84 (0)31 352 5512
E nmdtsc@hn.vnn.vn

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.9.10. Strategic Marine (Vietnam) Company Ltd. (SMV)

Strategic Marine (Vietnam) is part of the Western Australian-owned shipbuilding and engineering company of the same
name. Strategic Marines facility in the Dong Xuyen Industrial Zone in South Vietnam was established in 2007 and has to
date successfully delivered a variety of vessels ranging from 12 m patrol craft to 143 m DSVs.

The yard has 20,000 m2 of workshop and machinery shop space: five multi-purpose workshops covering an area of
11,000 m2; five specialist workshops covering 3000 m2, 2,400 m2 of stores; and a 2,000 m2 machinery area. There is
also a heavy fabrication area of 30,000 m2 served by 16 ten-tonne overhead cranes. There are four crawler cranes with
lift capacities ranging from 50 to 150 tonnes. There are two CNC cutting machines and an aluminium router machine.

The facility employs more than 500 staff and is fully equipped to deliver both steel and aluminium vessels up to 143
metre OSVs. The shipyard has installed three slipways, the biggest of which is 177 m long.

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Current shipyard facilities Specifications Capacity/Type

137 m x 14 m (slipway 01)


Slipways 137 m x 14 m (slipway 02)
142 m x 50 m (slipway 03)
Pier 97 m
Tug 30 tonnes BP, 40 m
Shipbuilding products OSV 143 m
Passenger Aluminium, 45 m
Design capability Yes production and concept
Management system ISO 9001:2008
Annual production 15,000 tonnes per year
Yard area 136,500 m2
English language Yes
Employees 500

Contact: Mr. Andy Eoannidis Operations Manager


Dung 12 KCN Dong Xuyen, TP Vung Tau, Vietnam
T +84 (0)64 361 5225
F +84 (0)64 361 5228
E sales@strategicmarine.com
W www.strategicmarine.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Le Tuan Phong
T +84 (0)64 385 3359
M +84 (0)903 943 819
E lt.phong@lr.org

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6.10. Design institutes

6.10.1. Three Angle Marine Ltd.

Three Angle Marine Limited (TAML) specialises in the design and construction of various types of vessels in both the
private and public sectors.

The company started life in 2004 as Three Angle Marine Consultant (TAMC) and in 2008 became a member of the
Department of Shipping, Bangladesh. In the beginning it focused on ship design, building, repairing and NDT services.
At the beginning of 2010, TAMC changed its name to Three Angle Marine Consultant Limited (TAML). Under its current
name, Three Angle Marine Limited (TAML), the company has changed its operations strategy and is focusing on new
construction and repair of different types of conventional and non-conventional ships.

Ship type Description Ability

Tanker Shallow draught and coastal Y


Containership Coastal Y
OSV Shallow draught and coastal Y
MPV / MPC Coastal Y
Tug Shallow draught and coastal Y

Contact: Engr. Mohammad Aminul Islam Managing Director


169 Shahid Syed Nazrul Islam Sarani, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh
T +88 (0)29 511 644
F +88 (0)29 514 996
E threeangle@threeanglemarine.com
W www.threeanglemarine.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Obaid Bashir
T +88 (0)2 8416780
M +880 171 3000925
E obaid.bashir@lr.org

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6.10.2. Marine House Ltd.

Marine House Ltd. is a leading consultancy firm in the Bangladesh marine sector and possesses the countrys largest
team of Naval Architects.

The company specialises in ship design, detailed production drawing, hull modeling, propulsion and powering, structural
analysis and construction project management.

Ship type Description Ability

Oil tanker Y
Containership Y
General cargo vessel Y
MPV / MPC Y
Tug Y
Bulk carrier Y
Passenger vessel Y
Patrol boat Y
Landing craft troops Y
Crane mounted barge Y
Deck loading barge Y
Ro-Ro ferry Y

Contact: Md. Humayun Kabir Assistant General Manager


17/2, City Heart Building, 67, Nayapaltan, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh
T +88 (0)2 9354127
F +88 (0)2 9339507
E info@marinehousebd.com
W www.marinehousebd.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Obaid Bashir
T +88 (0)2 8416780
M +880 171 3000925
E obaid.bashir@lr.org

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6.10.3. SST Marine Solutions Ltd.

SST Marine is a well-established consultancy organisation established that provides professional services in the field of
naval architecture, ship design, ship construction and related engineering projects.

SST Marine is well-equipped with a wide range of data, enabling the designers to undertake design and computation
work efficiently. The company is well-versed in the latest rules and regulations of all the major classification societies and
the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

SST Marine offers the following services:

development of ship design and basic drawings of all types of marine craft up to 150m in length
preparation of construction drawings for hull, outfit, machinery and electrical, and arrangement of classification
society and statutory authority approval
investigation of problems related to ship operation and associated solutions
attendance at sea trials and preparation of trial reports
preparation of tender specifications and tender documents on behalf of owners.
preparation of cost estimates
supervision of ships under construction and conversion
ship design calculation against IMO and classification Rules, such as:
basic design calculation
resistance and propulsion calculation
computation of trimmed hydrostatics and cross curve
intact stability computation against the requirements of IMO A.749(18)
damage stability computation against the requirements of SOLAS/MARPOL/ILCC
grain stability computation against the requirements of SOLAS
Hull section modulus calculation
preparation of Cargo Securing Manuals
preparation of Life Saving, Fire Control and Light and Sound Signal Plans in compliance with international regulation
loadline computation in line with the Load Line Convention
tonnage computation
propeller design and drawing in line with ship operation requirements.
detailed engineering design, including:
complete 3D-modeling of the whole vessel hull and structure, machinery and outfit, piping etc.
complete production drawings (block drawing) for hull and structure, bill of materials, bending template, end-cut
details and welding schedule
complete nesting plan with plate and profile part list details
complete plate-cutting information along with CNC machine cutting code
complete manufacturing drawing of piping.

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Ship type Description Ability

Tanker Y
Containership Y
OSV Y
MPV / MPC Y
Tug Y

Contact: Muhammad Sirajul Islam Chairman


185 Elephant Road, Rose View Plaza (7th Floor ), Dhaka-1205, Bangladesh
T +880 1918426272 or +880 1720204103
E sstmarines@gmail.com or info@sstmarinebd.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Obaid Bashir
T +88 (0)2 8416780
M +880 171 3000925
E obaid.bashir@lr.org

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6.10.4. Smart Engineering & Design Solutions Ltd. (SEDS)

Smart Engineering & Design Solutions Ltd. (SEDS) is an international ship design facility incorporated in 2007. The
company has its head office in Nassau, Bahamas, and a fully-fledged design house in Kochi, India. SEDS is an ISO
9001:2008 certified company where highly qualified and experienced naval architects and engineers are engaged in
providing complete design solutions, from concept to production of ocean going, coastal, and inland vessels.

SEDS also provides design-related consultancy services such as:


hull form optimisation
3D and FE modelling
multi-body dynamic simulations
FEM analysis global, local, and fatigue for ships and ship-shaped offshore structures
vibration analysis
noise prediction
shaft alignment calculation.

Ship type Description Ability

Ranging from handy size to cape size bulk carriers/


Bulk carrier Y
LNG-fuelled handy size bulk carriers
Tanker Medium range / long range tankers Y
Containership Tween decker up to 1,000 teu Y
OSV AHTS, PSVs, diving support vessels Y
Medium-sized, self-propelled, self-elevating,
Lift barge Y
three-legged lift barge
Naval vessel Anti-submarine warfare shallow water craft Y
Fast patrol vessels, offshore patrol vessels, cadet
Naval auxiliary vessel Y
training vessels, etc.
Special purpose ship Fleet support ship / MPV / MPC Y
Other ship types Ferries, tugs, barges, catamaran ferry boats, etc. Y

Contact: Hariraj P. General Manager


3rd Floor, SDF-17, Cochin Special Economic Zone,
Kakkanad, Cochin 682 037, Kerala, India
T +91 (0)484 4011869
F +91 (0)484 2413328
E seds@marinedesigners.com
W www.marinedesigners.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.10.5. Vedam Design & Technical Consultancy Pvt. Ltd.

Vedam Design & Technical Consultancy Pvt. Ltd., established in February 2007, provides offshore and marine design,
engineering and technical consulting services to the marine industry.

The company specialises in engineering and analysis, naval architectural calculations, production design, conversion
designs, site supervision, project management and construction support for the offshore, shipbuilding, shipping, coastal
and boating industries.

Ship type Description Ability

70 m, 1,400 dwt, CNG-propelled Y


Oil tanker
7,800 dwt Y
65m, LNG-propelled Y
Conversion vessel jumboisation
OSV Y
(increase deadweight by approx. 300 tonnes)
Conversion OSV to DSV Y
Bulk carrier 80 m, 2,300 dwt Y
Passenger vessel 500 passengers, offshore hotel barge Y
400 passengers, 600 tonne crane,
Y
deck area 600 m2
Accommodation barge
Conversion increased accommodation capacity,
Y
new crane, helideck, mooring system
Cargo barge (coal) New design 2,700 tonnes Y
Cutter suction (150 ND & 100 ND) Y
Dredger Conversion bow thruster, stern anchor, engine
Y
size enhancement, vibration enhancement
Floating crane 80 tonne floating crane (optional self-propelled) Y
Jack-up work barge 55 m x 32 m, 30 passengers Y
900MW HVDC Platform topside production and
Windfarm HVDC platform Y
piping drawings 5,000 tonnes

Contact: Mr. Akshay Jain CEO Lloyds Register contact:


504 506, Acropolis, Military Road, Marol, Chitta Dash
Andheri (E), Mumbai 400059 T +91 (0)22 43250201
T +91 (0)22 67109192 M +91 (0)88790 04806
E akshay@vedamindia.com E chitta.dash@lr.org
W www.vedamindia.com

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6.10.6. Vik-Sandvik Design India Pvt. Ltd.

Established in 1975, Vik-Sandvik AS is a leading independent ship design company, merged with Wartsila Corporation
and re-christened Wartsila Ship Design (WSD). WSD has several offices spread across different countries.

To cater to the Indian market, an independent company, Vik-Sandvik Design India Pvt. Ltd. (VSI), has been established in
Chennai with a branch office in Vizag. The Indian office functions as part of the WSD Group.

VSI specialises in design and engineering of offshore vessels, seismic vessels, research vessels, coast guard vessels, naval
vessels, tankers, fishing vessels, ro-ros, ferries, passenger ships and conversions.

VSI has systematically developed its expertise in design, marine engineering and technical ship services and has been
responsible for the design and engineering of many ships.

VSI offers the following services:

concept, basic and classification design


detailed engineering and production drawings
3D modelling
complete analysis for stability and structure
design verification and plan approval
construction supervision
specification services
marine engineering projects
feasibility studies
asset information services
LQM projects

In-house design tools


VSI uses the following design and analysis tools specific to ship design to realise proven and reliable designs:

class drawings: AutoCAD


detailed design: AVEVA Marine
stability and hull design: NAPA, NAUTICUS HULL, 3D beam
steel design: NAPA steel
structural strength calculation: GENIE
power calculation: EmPower
sea keeping analysis: VERES
DP capability analysis: Ship X
3-D piping: NUPAS CADMATIC
Mooring analysis: GMOOR
3D modeling: Rhinoceros / Solid Works
3D animation: Adobe Premiere / CINEMA 4D

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Ship type Description Ability

Research vessels, cable laying vessels, tugs and work


Special vessels Y
boats
AHTS, offshore construction, standby / field support
Offshore vessels vessels, pipelaying vessels / barges and seismic research Y
vessels
Tankers, bulk carriers, containerships, general cargo
Merchant ships vessels, Ro-Ros and PCTC, reefer ships and reefer Y
containerships
Pelagic purse seiners / trawlers, long liners, live fish
Fishing vessels Y
carriers and fishery research vessels

Contact: Mr. G. Janakiraman Vice President


10/14, 8th Street, Gopalapuram, Chennai 600 086, India
T +91 (0)44 42972000
F +91 (0)44 42972022
E shipdesign.india@wartsila.com
W www.wartsila.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

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6.10.7. PT. Tristar Marine

PT Tristar Marine, based in Batam, Indonesia provides marine and offshore consultancy and design services.

Ship type Description Ability

Tanker Y
Containership Y
OSV Y
MPV / MPC Y
Tug Y

Contact: Isran, Naval Arch. Director


Superblok Imperium, Blok B No. 12B, Batam Center
T +62 (0)811 7707 169 or +62 (0)778 748 4899
F +62 (0)778 748 4899
E tristarmarine@gmail.com
W www.tristarmarine.co.id

Lloyds Register contact:


Swasono Teguh Andriyanto
T +62 (0)778 460 033
M +62 (0)811 770 6975
E swasono.andriyanto@lr.org

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6.10.8. National Ship Design and Engineering Center (NaSDEC)

NaSDEC was established in 2006 as a joint project between Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) and the Ministry
of Indonesia. It is the successor of the earlier-established ship design office within the faculty of Marine Technology,
ITS Surabaya. NaSDEC has experience in the fields of naval architecture and shipbuilding, and marine and offshore
engineering. In addition, NaSDEC is supported by comprehensive infrastructure and facilities provided by the Faculty of
Marine Technology, ITS Surabaya, including a hydrodynamic laboratory and other hardware and software such as Auto
CAD, Tribon M3 and Maxsurf.

Ship type Description Ability

Tanker 6,500 dwt, 17,500 dwt, 30,000 dwt (Pertamina) Y


150 gt, 200 gt, 300 gt, 500 gt, 600 gt, 750 gt,
Y
1,000 gt (Direktorat Jendral Perhubungan Darat)
Ro-Ro ferry, passenger cargo,
Phinisi yacht 36 m LOA Y
yacht
360 dwt, 500 dwt, 750 dwt, 1,500 dwt
Y
(Directorate General of Sea Transportation)
28.5 m, 36 m, 42 m
Y
Patrol boat (Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries)
6.5 m, 8.5 m, 10 m, 12 m, 16m (aluminium) Y
2 x 1,200 HP (Azimuth type) Y
Tug
2 x 800 HP (fixed propeller) Y
Hospital ship, library ship, 
Y
fishing vessel

Contact: Mr Triwilaswandio, MSc. Director


NaSDEC Building Jl. Taman teknologi ITS, ITS Campus Surabaya 60111 Indonesia
T +62 (0)31 599 4468
F +62 (0)31 599 4468
E triwilas.its@gmail.com
W www.nasdec-indonesia.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Andhi Prasetyo
T +62 (0)31 534 8634
M +62 (0)811 342 3246
E andhi.prasetyo@lr.org

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6.10.9. PT. Citra Mas (Surabaya)

PT. Citra Mas was officially established on May 26, 1995 and is located in Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia. PT. Citra Mas
provides design engineering consultancy services to both local and international clients.

PT. Citra Mas services include: naval engineering, offshore engineering, civil and coastal engineering, marine technology
and fisheries and project management.

Ship type Description Ability

Full steel patrol boat A-type Y


Fast boat Full steel aluminium patrol boat B-type Y
Full aluminum boat w / speed 40 knot Y
Landing craft utility 300 dwt Y
Utility vessel Landing craft utility 500 dwt Y
Landing craft utility 1,000 dwt Y
Marine disaster prevention ship MDPS 61 m Y
Conversion tanker to mooring storage 60,500 dwt Y
Oil storage tanker
Floating storage and offloading 135,000 dwt Y
Tugboat 2 x 800 HP and 2 x 1,200 HP Y
Tug and barge
Coal and CPO barge Y
Cutter suction dredger vessel
Y
and hopper barge
Ro-Ro ferry Y
Shipyard design Y
Other engineering projects Slipway design Y
Jetty design Y

Contact: Mr. Mas Murtedjo Chief Executive


Jl. Baruk Tengah I No.10 (Blok BB-32) Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia 60298
T +62 (0)31 870 8270
F +62 (0)31 870 7909
E citramas@sby.dnet.net.id
W www.citra-mas.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Andhi Prasetyo
T +62 (0)31 534 8634
M +62 (0)811 342 3246
E andhi.prasetyo@lr.org

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6.10.10. PT. Ista Hardana Laksa (IHL-cad)

IHLCAD was established in 2002 to provide computer-aided ship design services, including hydrodynamic-based design
approaches for hull body plans. The company is based in Surabaya, Indonesia. IHLCAD provides ship and offshore design
and conversion and specialises in designing combined (river and ocean) sailing vessels.

Ship type Description Ability

Tanker 3,500 40,000 dwt Y


Handymax 40,000 60,000 dwt Y
Bulk carrier
Cement carrier Y
Deck cargo type up to 400 teu Y
Containership Conventional type up to 1,000 teu Y
LCT 100 teu Y
Crew boat Y
OSV
AHTS Y
MPV / MPC Ocean-going tug Y
Tug Harbour tug Y

Contact: Muryadin Director


Jl. Wiguna Timur IX no. 14 Surabaya 60294 Indonesia
T +62 (0)31 871 3085 or +62 (0)812 354 3164
F +62 (0)31 870 7909
E muryadin@rad.net.id

Lloyds Register contact:


Andhi Prasetyo
T +62 (0)31 534 8634
M +62 (0)811 342 3246
E andhi.prasetyo@lr.org

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6.10.11. PT. Terafulk Megantara Design (TMD)

TMD was founded in 2005 and has undertaken a number of ship design jobs for both local and international clients,
particularly for Japanese clients.

In 2011, TMD obtained ISO 9001:2008 certification. The company has FEM structure analysis, hull construction, system
and outfitting departments and uses MSC Patran Nastran, Evo System, Mates and Intergraph SM3D software. TMD
employs 40 staff, three with doctorates, 10 senior engineers and 27 engineers.

Ship type Description Ability

Handysize 10,000 40,000 dwt Y


Tanker Less than 20,000 dwt chemical carrier Y
Less than 20,000 dwt product tanker Y
Ro-Ro ferry up to 6,200 gt Y
Ro-Ro, ferry, PCC
PCC up to 5,000 cars Y
Containership Up to 1500 teu Y
Anchor handling Y
Offshore supply vessel Supply vessel Y
Crew boat up to 200 pax Y
Harbour tug Y
Tug boat Towing tug Y
Mooring tug Y
Flat top barge Y
Barge Accommodation barge Y
Self-propelled barge Y
General cargo Dry cargo vessel Y
Landing ship tank Y
Special purpose
Patrol boat vessel Y

Contact: Mr. Tri Hariyanto Chief of R & D Department


Jl. Gayungsari Barat VII / No.20 Surabaya, Indonesia 60235
T +62 (0)31 829 8833
F +62 (0)31 829 8855
E info@terafulk.com
W www.terafulk.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Irfani Fahmi
T +62 (0)21 576 0884
M +62 (0)812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

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6.10.12. United Ship Design Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)

United Ship Design Sdn. Bhd. (USD) is a firm of naval architects and marine consultants in Malaysia, established in 2001.
USD provides a range of quality services including new ship design, engineering services and marine consultancy services
for Malaysian clients as well as throughout the South East Asia region.

USD is backed by a group of highly experienced consultants, designers and technicians in naval architecture, marine
engineering and ship construction. The company has worked closely with local shipyards since 2001 and has carried out
work to the approval of various classification societies including LR, ABS, DNV, GL, BV, NK, RINA and SCM.

USDs engineering disciplines include structural, pipe work, mechanical and electrical. The company is ISO 9001:2008 accredited.

Ship type Description Ability

Containership Y
Offshore utility support vessel Y
Multi-purpose vessel Y
Tug / anchor handling tug Y
Mooring launch vessel Y
Ocean-going tug Y
River ferry Y
Dumb barge / flat top barge Y
Deck cargo barge / hatch cargo barge Y
Oil carriage barge Y
Floating dock Y
Chemical tanker Y

Landing craft Y

Cargo vessel Y
Pilot boat Y
Utility vessel Y
Lub oil bunker ship Y
Pneumatic cement carrier Y
Maintenance work vessel Y

Contact: Mr. Wong Tuong Keng Lloyds Register contact:


Managing Director Lee Geok Hwee
No.4, 1st Floor, Lorong Chengal 2, 96000, Sibu, T +60 (0)3 2161 9006
Sarawak, Malaysia M +60 (0)12 301 7628
T +60 (0)84 325 825 E geok-hwee.lee@lr.org
F +60 (0)84 333 825
E usdesign@usdesign.com.my
W usdesign.com.my

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6.10.13. Kenton Marine Singapore Pte Ltd.

Kenton Marine Singapore Pte Ltd was established in 1972 to serve the technical consultancy needs of the growing shipbuilding
industry in Singapore. From a humble beginning with a handful of staff and a handful of clients, Kenton Marine Singapore has
built a reputation for innovative technical solutions and expertise, having undertaken jobs for clients all over the world.

Ship type Description Ability

Tanker 3,500 dwt to 17,500 dwt Y


Containership Y
OSV 65 tonnes BP to 150 tonnes BP Y
MPV / MPC Y
Tug 2,000 HP to 6,000 HP Y

Contact: Chan Chee Hou Director


10 Bukit Batok Crescent, The Spire #13-03 Singapore 658079
T +65 6467 1322
F +65 6467 5325
E info@kenton.com.sg

Lloyds Register contact:


Sandeep Veetil
T +65 6891 7325
M +65 9459 7016
E sandeep.veetil@lr.org

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6.10.14. Maritime Associates Pte Ltd.

Maritime Associates (mA) provides design and engineering services ranging from concept design and detailed engineering for
new builds to major upgrade / conversion projects involving vessels like AHTS, PSV, FPSO, FSO, chemical tankers, semi-subs, jack-
up rigs and drillships.

mA provides specialised engineering services in the following areas:


concept / basic design
detailed engineering
finite element (FE) analysis
hydrodynamic analysis
stability analysis
fatigue analysis
piping system design
pipe stress analysis
pipe flow analysis (dynamic)
seafastening design.

The company also provides detailed engineering services for generating NC cutting information for structure, and
isometric / spool piece drawings for piping systems.

mA is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company.

Ship type Description Ability

Tanker Chemical tankers / bunker tankers Y


AHTS Conventional / diesel-electric propulsion Y
PSV / OSV Conventional / diesel-electric propulsion Y
MPV / MPC Conventional / diesel-electric propulsion Y
Accommodation vessels Self-propelled type, DP2 / DP3 etc. Y
Floating storage FPSO / FSO conversions and upgrades Y

Contact: Nandakumar B. Nair Director / Naval Architect


1 Commonwealth Lane, #07-06, ONE Commonwealth, Singapore - 149544
T +65 6473 4044
F +65 6473 4144
E info@ma.com.sg or technical@ma.com.sg
W www.ma.com.sg

Lloyds Register contact:


Sandeep Veetil
T +65 6891 7325
M +65 9459 7016
E sandeep.veetil@lr.org

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6.10.15. Navnautik Pte Ltd.

Navnautik is a marine consultancy company which specialises in customised vessels with specific applications.

As a result, the company works with a number of companies, individuals, government agencies and computerised technical
databases worldwide to put together projects that are designed specifically for the vessels purpose.

Navnautiks design and detailed engineering departments use the following software: A
 UTOCAD, AUTOSHIP, GHS and
SHIPCONSTRUCTOR.

Ship type Description Ability

Ultra deepwater rigid and flexible pipelay / DP3 / heavy lift /


Y
construction vessel
Lift boat (self-propelled jack-up) Y
15,000 dwt copper concentrate tug barge
Y
(self-loading / unloading)
Specialised vessels
8,000 dwt coal / oil tug barge
Y
(self-loading / unloading)
1,000 tonne placing barge for subsea bosphorus railway
Y
tunnel
75 tonne BP hybrid diesel and battery propulsion Y
1,850 m3 self-propelled fuel oil carrier Y
5,250 dwt bitumen / landing craft Y
Product carriers
3,500 dwt bitumen / landing craft Y
1,300 CBM LPG carrier Y
70 tonnes BP ice class Voith tractor tug Y
80 tonnes BP ASD escort tug Y
Tugs
70 tonnes BP ice class 1b ASD tug Y
65 tonnes BP ASD tug Y
75 tonnes BP multi-purpose offshore terminal tug Y

Multiple utility / 65 tonnes BP multi-purpose offshore terminal tug Y


support vessels 75 tonnes BP multi-service vessel Y
57 m diving support vessel Y
250-man accommodation barge Y

Accommodation 300-man offshore support / crane barge Y


barges 180-man offshore support / crane barge Y
275-man DP2 accommodation barge Y

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Contact: Mr. Debabrata Banerjee Director
540 Sims Avenue #02-04 Sims Ave Centre Singapore 387603
T +65 6741 7220 or +65 9639 0308
F +65 6741 7219
E navnautik@singnet.com.sg or navnautik@gmail.com
W www.navnautik.com

Lloyds Register contact:


Sandeep Veetil
T +65 6891 7325
M +65 9459 7016
E sandeep.veetil@lr.org

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6.10.16. Sea Quest Technology Pte Ltd.

Founded in 1996 from East West Energy International, both the entities continue under the same management in marine and
offshore engineering services. The companys varied work includes:

basic and detailed designs


supplying design and material packages
acting as a dealer for GHS stability and onboard loading software
project managing newbuild and major conversion projects
high-end structural analysis
mooring analysis
global and local finite element and fatigue analysis
pipe stress
complete electrical system design
front-end engineering design (FEED)
detailed and production design for offshore FPSOs and FPUs, including marine and top side
heavy duty lifting load-out.

Ship type Description Ability

Tanker From 5,000 tonne coastal to VLCC Y


Containership From 108 teu feeder to 2,100 teu Y
OSV 60 to 120 tonne BP Y
MPV / MPC Various sizes and capacities Y
Tug 15 tonne to 60 tonne Kort, ASD and escort type Y
Seismic survey vessel 50 m to 80 m in length Y
Derrick lay vessels Various sizes and non-propelled to DP Y
Car carrier Panamax, Ro-Ro, LCT Y
Patrol and pollution control 70 m to 150 m in length for Coast Guard and Navy Y

Contact: Dr. S. Mukherjee Director


10 Bukit Batok Crescent #14-02 The Spire Singapore 658079
T +65 6515 5731
F +65 6515 5190
E info@sea-quest.biz
W www.sea-quest.biz

Lloyds Register contact:


Sandeep Veetil
T +65 6891 7325
M +65 9459 7016
E sandeep.veetil@lr.org

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6.10.17. SeaTech Solutions International (S) Pte Ltd.
Naval Architects, Marine Engineers & Surveyors

SeaTech, established in 2000, specialises in the design of ships, floaters and offshore structures and has expertise in all
disciplines covering naval architecture, hydrodynamics, structures, vibration, noise, stability, electrical and marine engineering.
Headquartered in Singapore, SeaTech has offices across the region in Malaysia, Thailand, China and India.

SeaTech has a diverse portfolio of proven designs, from tugs, offshore vessels, tankers, cement carriers to accommodation
pipelaying barges. To date, more than 300 projects have been delivered to over 100 companies worldwide.

SeaTech provides the following integrated services:


basic design
detailed design
production drawing packages
conversion engineering
FEED
structural analysis
engineering services
project management
training
software development
vessel lifecycle management.

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Ship type Description Ability

Bunker tankers Y
Product / chemical tankers Y
Tankers Crude oil tankers Y
Cement carriers Y
Asphalt / bitumen tankers Y
Offshore support vessels Y
AHT / AHTS Y
Platform support vessels Y
Diving support vessels Y
OSRV Y
Offshore vessels Seismic support vessels Y
Multi-purpose utility vessels Y
Liftboats Y
Accommodation barges and workboats Y
Pipelaying barges Y
Heavy lift vessels Y
Fishing trawlers Y
Dredgers Y
Tugs and barges Y
Ro-Ro, ropax, ferry Y
Bulk carriers Y
Transhippers Y
Container vessels Y
Subsea mining vessels Y
Floating docks Y
Landing craft Y
FPSO/FSO conversions Y

Contact: Mr. GS Chopra Director Lloyds Register contact:


8 Boon Lay Way, #09-09 Trade Hub 21, Singapore 609964 Sandeep Veetil
T +65 6820 1130 T +65 6891 7325
F +65 68201126 M +65 9459 7016
E info@seatechsolutions.com E sandeep.veetil@lr.org
W www.seatechsolutions.com

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6.10.18. Shiptech Pte Ltd.

Established in 1976, Shiptech Pte Ltd. is a leading independent ship design and consultancy firm based in Singapore. The
company provides marine design services to a worldwide client base.

The firms integrated team of engineering, technical and naval architecture personnel is capable of handling the largest projects,
from concept to detailed documentation.

Shiptechs marine engineering and naval architecture services include:


design of new vessels of all types and sizes
concept design through to detailed documentation
conversion design and analysis
ship structural design and analysis
mechanical, pipework and electrical design
technical manuals
ship stability analysis
speed / powering analysis
computer loading manuals for cargo vessels
marine transportation studies
owner representation and supervision services.

Ship type Description Ability

Tankers Y
Containerships Y
Bulk carriers Y
Cement carriers Y
Offshore supply/
Y
platform vessels
Multi-purpose vessels Y
Tugs Y
Accommodation crane barges Y
Pipelaying barges Y
Offshore patrol vessels Y
Crew boats Y
Passenger vessels Y

Contact: Mr. Tony Richardson Managing Director


180 Paya Lebar Road, #08-06, Yi Guang Building, Singapore 409032
T +65 6748 6422
F +65 6746 5871
E info@shiptech.sg
W www.shiptech.sg

Lloyds Register contact:


Sandeep Veetil
T +65 6891 7325
M +65 9459 7016
E sandeep.veetil@lr.org

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6.10.19. Wrtsil Ship Design Singapore Pte Ltd.

Wrtsil Ship Design (WSD) is the worlds leading independent designer, with a strong global presence. Its scope of services
comprises both concept and proven standard designs, as well as advanced customised designs based on client-integrated
project requirements.

WSD offers designs for the offshore, special vessel and merchant segments, ranging from feasibility studies to complete
design solutions and engineering.

Their extensive scope of services is drawn from their large and unique range of designs and includes the following:
consultancy
feasibility studies
conceptual design and project development
basic design
detail/production design
mid-life conversion and modification
retrofit and upgrade
newbuild supervision.

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Ship type Description Ability

AHT / AHTS vessels Y


Platform supply vessels Y
Accommodation / pipelaying barges Y
Pipelaying / construction vessels Y
Offshore vessels Seismic vessels Y
ROV / diving support vessels Y
Subsea / well intervention vessels Y
Work maintenance vessels Y
LNG / dual-fuel platform supply vessels Y
Fishing vessels Y
Jack-up barges for offshore wind Y
Special vessels
Research vessels Y
LNG / dual-fuel fishing vessels Y
Container vessels Y
Bulk carriers Y
Chemical tankers Y
Merchant vessels
LNG / LPG / CNG tankers Y
LNG / dual-fuel container vessels Y
LNG / dual-fuel harbour escort tugs Y

Contact: Mr. Jan Othman Lloyds Register contact:


Managing Director Sandeep Veetil
Wrtsil Ship Design Singapore Pte. Ltd. Level 2, T +65 6891 7325
14 Benoi Crescent, Singapore 629977 M +65 9459 7016
T +65 6562 1138 E sandeep.veetil@lr.org
D +65 6267 4595
F +65 6562 1238
E Jan.Othman@wartsila.com
W www.wartsila.com

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Lloyds Register contacts in South Asia

Bangladesh

India South Asia North


Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand

Philippines
Thailand
South Asia West
India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Maldives Vietnam

Sri Lanka
Brunei
Malaysia South Asia East
Maldives
Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei
Singapore
Indonesia

South Asia Area Marine


Suite 21-04, Level 21 Menara Tan & Tan, 207 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
T +603 2034 9000
F +603 2161 7606
E southasia-bdt@lr.org

VP and South Asia Marine Manager


Mark Darley
T +603 2304 9008
M +6012 287 7556
E mark.darley@lr.org

Marine Business Support Specialist South Asia Area


Carmen Chia
T: +603 2034 9012
M: +6012 230 7008
E: carmen.chia@lr.org

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Lloyds Register contacts in South Asia (continued)

Marine Business Development Manager South Asia Area & West


(India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Maldives)
Anil Kumar P. K.
T +91 (0)44 43250251
M +91 (0)95000 09187
E anil.kumar@lr.org

Marine Business Development Manager South Asia North


(Vietnam, Philippines and Thailand)
Tuan Phong Le
T +84 64 385 3359
M +84 90 394 3819
E lt.phong@lr.org

Marine Business Development Manager South Asia East


(Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei)
N Irfani Fahmi
T +62 21 576 0968
M +62 812 101 3193
E irfani.fahmi@lr.org

VP & Marine Country Manager Singapore


Ng Kean Seng
T +65 6891 7368
M +65 9751 7905
E kean-seng.ng@lr.org

South Asia Technical Support Office


460 Alexandra Road #28-01/02, PSA Building, Singapore 119963
T +65 6273 3424
F +65 6278 0306

Design Support Manager South Asia


Bruce McDonald
T +65 6891 7315
M +65 9785 0811
E bruce.mcdonald@lr.org

Technical Performance Manager South Asia


Paul Ng
T +65 6891 7358
M +65 9118 4311
E paul.ng@lr.org

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Glossary of terms
and abbreviations

AHT anchor handling tug HP horse power


AHTS anchor handling tug supply LBP length between perpendiculars
AOPV advanced offshore patrol vessel LCU landing craft utility
ASD azimuth stern drive LCVP landing craft vehicle personnel
ASW anti-submarine warfare LOA length overall
BM breadth moulded LCT landing craft tank
BP bollard pull LNG liquefied natural gas
CNG compressed natural gas LPG liquefied petroleum gas
CPO crude palm oil m metres
DE diesel-electric MDPS marine disaster prevention ship
DP dynamic positioning MPV multi-purpose vessel
dwt deadweight tonnes MPC multi-purpose craft
FEED front end engineering design NOPV naval offshore patrol vessel
FRC fast rescue craft NRT national registered tonnage
FRP fibreglass-reinforced plastic ORSV offshore research supply vessel
FPV fast patrol vessel OSV offshore support vessel
FPSO fixed production storage PAX passengers
and offloading PCTC pure car truck carrier
FSO floating storage and offloading PSV platform supply vessel
FSRU floating storage and ROV remote operated vehicle
re-gasification unit SSV support supply vessel
GRP glass-reinforced plastic TLC total load capacity
grt gross registered tonnage VDL variable deck load
gt gross tonnes VLCC very large crude carrier

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For further information please contact:

South Asia Business Development Team


Lloyds Register Asia
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

T +60 (0)3 2161 7571


F +60 (0)3 2161 7606
E southasia-bdt@lr.org

www.lr.org/marine
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