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All shipyards, shipbuilders & docks in South Asia

This area which comprises Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines is a hot spot for the international ship repair business as alone Singapore accounts for 25 per cent of the $20 billion ship repair works taken worldwide annually. Strategically located at the Strait of Malacca where 20-25% of world seaborne trade are passing through and also being the busiest port in the world and one of the top bunkering places Singapore is the ideal location for a prospering ship repair industry which to a great extend is dedicated to the offshore oil & gas business. In 2017 the entire South East Asia & Pacific ship repair and maintenance market is accounted for a roughly 35 % market share of the global ship repair and maintenance business. Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines will create and witness fierce competition within the regional market. Singapore has sought to maintain its leading role in ship repair by entering into alliance agreements with major ship owners and operators, and attempting to retain its long-standing reputation as a relatively low cost centre by hiring labour from lower cost sources such as China, Malaysia, India and the Philippines. Singapore dominates the region with its quality and cost-effective ship repair and maintenance services. A number of Singapore facilities which may be uncompetitive at basic ship repair activities are key players in specialist sectors. An example is Sembcorp Marine, which while probably being at a cost disadvantages in conventional repair work compared to rival yards in low cost areas, has used its expertise in offshore conversion to retain a strong market presence. Top player is Keppel Shipyard, being a leader in the conversion of Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) units, Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) vessels and Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRU). Keppel repairs and refurbishes an average of over 400 vessels per year. In Singapore, Keppel has three sites: Tuas, Benoi and Gul. Rapid shipyard development in the Asia Pacific region, including foreign shipyards in Batam (Indonesia) and neighboring countries, will be a serious threat to the Indonesian (national) shipyards, not only in shipbuilding but also in the ship repair business. Indonesia, although having more than 50 ship repair yards with a capacity between 1,000 and 30,000 dwt, is suffering from its low competitiveness. Even 20 percent of the domestic fleet is being repaired abroad. There are more than 150 shipyards and ship repairing companies in the Philippines many of them with ownership in other Asian countries. Major shipyards in the country include: • Hanjin Shipyard, Subic (Korean owned) • Keppel Subic Shipyard and Keppel Batangas Shipyard (Singaporean owned) • Subic Drydock (Philippines owned) • Herma Shipyard, Bantaan(Philippines owned) • Tsuneishi Shipyard, Cebu (Japanese owned) • Mactan Shipyard Corp., Cebuangas

Shipyards for Repair

Rank Shipyard Name Country Max Length Max Width Max Depth Market Share(30 days) AIS Reviews SRI
1 KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD TUAS Singapore 400.0 66.0 7.4 5.19% 6 Yes
2 ASL MARINE BATAM SHIPYARD Indonesia 340.0 60.0 11.0 5.52% 14 Yes
3 SEMBCORP MARINE ADMIRALITY YARD Singapore 384.0 64.0 12.1 13.14% 21 Yes
4 PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD PERTAMA Indonesia 300.0 59.0 8.15% 11 No
5 PT BATAMEC SHIPYARD Indonesia 145.0 40.0 7.0 0.00% 2 No
5 PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD NANINDAH Indonesia 202.52 74.0 4.86% 16 No
7 KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD SUBIC Philippines 550.0 65.0 12.5 0.66% 1 No
8 KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD BENOI Singapore 350.0 60.0 5.6 2.89% 5 No
8 SEMBCORP MARINE TUAS BOULEVARD YARD Singapore 412.0 110.0 13.1 8.34% 18 Yes
10 PT. SAMUDRA MARINE INDONESIA Indonesia 320.0 55.0 9.0 13.34% 15 No
11 LABUAN SHIPYARD & ENGINEERING SDN BHD Malaysia 153.52 74.0 1.97% 6 No
12 KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD BATANGAS Philippines 200.0 38.0 1.64% 5 Yes
12 Hamdok Jakarta - PT.Dok Duasatu Nusantara Indonesia 90.0 18.0 6.5 0.00% 1 No
12 PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD SINGAPORE Singapore 195.0 36.5 5.52% 8 1 Yes
15 Hamdok Tegal - PT. Sarana Bahtera Shipyard Indonesia 190.0 29.0 5.0 0.00% No
16 Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) - West Shipyard Malaysia 361.0 78.0 4.07% 7 No
16 GRADE ONE MARINE SHIPYARD SDN. BHD Malaysia 121.91 31.0 0.00% 4 No
16 BSEC - CHITTAGONG DRY DOCK LTD Bangladesh 182.9 27.4 13.1 8.85% 2 Yes
19 PT DOK DAN PERKAPALAN SURABAYA Indonesia 128.53 30.0 0.00% 2 No
20 KEPPEL OFFSHORE - SINGAPORE Singapore 380.0 80.0 0.00% No
21 SUBIC DRYDOCK CORPORATION Philippines 168.0 29.0 0.00% 3 No
22 PT INDUSTRI KAPAL INDONESIA Indonesia 102.9 74.0 0.00% 5 No
23 ST Engineering - Benoi Shipyard Singapore 185.56 32.25 0.00% 4 No
24 DAMEN SHIPYARDS SINGAPORE Singapore 304.06 40.0 0.00% 1 No
25 PT. DUMAS SHIPYARD Indonesia 106.0 17.2 0.00% 1 No
26 Multi Ocean Shipyard Indonesia 332.0 16.0 7.0 0.00% 5 No
27 MARCOPOLO SHIPYARD Indonesia 220.0 45.0 6.0 0.00% No
28 PT. WARUNA NUSA SENTANA Indonesia 168.0 28.0 8.0 0.00% No
28 Weldan Marine Services Malaysia 0.00% No
30 SEMBCORP Jurong Shipyard Singapore 412.0 89.0 11.0 0.00% No
30 TSUNEISHI CEBU Philippines 139.0 22.0 0.00% 1 No
32 TRIYARDS SINGAPORE Singapore 75.68 34.7 14.0 0.00% No
32 KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD GUL Singapore 190.0 32.0 0.00% No
32 SARAWAK SLIPWAYS SDN BHD PIASAU Malaysia 0.00% No
35 PT KARIMUN SEMBAWANG SHIPYARD Indonesia 0.00% No
35 FMC DOCKYARD LTD. Bangladesh 0.00% No
37 HERMA SHIPYARD INC.(HSI) Philippines 220.0 70.0 12.2 0.20% 1 No
38 ST Engineering - Tuas Shipyard Singapore 266.0 54.86 6.18% 9 No
39 PPL SHIPYARD PTE LTD (SEMBCORP MARINE) Singapore 86.8 68.4 0.00% 7 No
39 PENGUIN SHIPYARD INTERNATIONAL Singapore 55.0 34.0 0.00% 1 No
39 Pandan Shipyard (KIM HENG GROUP) Singapore 189.99 63.0 0.00% 2 No
39 ASIA-PACIFIC SHIPYARD (APS) Singapore 72.87 17.0 0.00% No
39 STRATEGIC MARINE Singapore 217.0 32.21 0.00% No
39 ASL MARINE SINGAPORE YARD Singapore 332.0 35.0 0.53% 5 No
39 Penjuru Shipyard (Kim Heng Group) Singapore 80.0 41.0 0.00% No
39 MALAYSIA MARINE & HEAVY ENGINEERING SDN BHD Malaysia 385.0 80.0 4.07% 7 No

Shipyards for New Build

Rank Shipyard Name Country Max Length Max Width Max Depth AIS Reviews SRI
1 ASL MARINE BATAM SHIPYARD Indonesia 340.0 60.0 11.0 14 Yes
2 SEMBCORP MARINE ADMIRALITY YARD Singapore 384.0 64.0 12.1 21 Yes
3 PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD PERTAMA Indonesia 300.0 59.0 11 No
4 PT BATAMEC SHIPYARD Indonesia 145.0 40.0 7.0 2 No
4 PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD NANINDAH Indonesia 202.52 74.0 16 No
6 KEPPEL MARINE SHIPYARD SUBIC Philippines 550.0 65.0 12.5 1 No
7 SEMBCORP MARINE TUAS BOULEVARD YARD Singapore 412.0 110.0 13.1 18 Yes
8 PT. SAMUDRA MARINE INDONESIA Indonesia 320.0 55.0 9.0 15 No
9 LABUAN SHIPYARD & ENGINEERING SDN BHD Malaysia 153.52 74.0 6 No
10 PAXOCEAN SHIPYARD SINGAPORE Singapore 195.0 36.5 8 1 Yes
11 PT PAL INDONESIA Indonesia 5 No
12 KEPPEL SINGMARINE DOCKYARD PTE LTD. Singapore 350.0 60.0 6 Yes
13 GRADE ONE MARINE SHIPYARD SDN. BHD Malaysia 121.91 31.0 4 No
14 KEPPEL OFFSHORE - SINGAPORE Singapore 380.0 80.0 No
15 PT INDUSTRI KAPAL INDONESIA Indonesia 102.9 74.0 5 No
16 ST Engineering - Benoi Shipyard Singapore 185.56 32.25 4 No
17 DAMEN SHIPYARDS SINGAPORE Singapore 304.06 40.0 1 No
18 SEMBCORP MARINE PANDAN YARD Singapore 20.0 23.5 9.0 No
19 MARCOPOLO SHIPYARD Indonesia 220.0 45.0 6.0 No
19 Hanjin Subic Bay Philippines 550.0 135.0 13.5 No
21 Weldan Marine Services Malaysia No
22 SEMBCORP Jurong Shipyard Singapore 412.0 89.0 11.0 No
22 TSUNEISHI CEBU Philippines 139.0 22.0 1 No
24 WESTERN MARINE SHIPYARD LIMITED Bangladesh 1 No
24 SARAWAK SLIPWAYS SDN BHD PIASAU Malaysia No
24 TRIYARDS SINGAPORE Singapore 75.68 34.7 14.0 No
27 HERMA SHIPYARD INC.(HSI) Philippines 220.0 70.0 12.2 1 No
28 ST Engineering - Tuas Shipyard Singapore 266.0 54.86 9 No
29 PENGUIN SHIPYARD INTERNATIONAL Singapore 55.0 34.0 1 No
29 PPL SHIPYARD PTE LTD (SEMBCORP MARINE) Singapore 86.8 68.4 7 No
29 ASL MARINE SINGAPORE YARD Singapore 332.0 35.0 5 No
29 STRATEGIC MARINE Singapore 217.0 32.21 No

Shipyards for Scrapping

Rank Shipyard Name Country Max Length Max Width Max Depth AIS Reviews SRI
1 WESTERN MARINE SHIPYARD LIMITED Bangladesh 1 No
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