MITSUBISHI (MHI) KOYAGI (NAGASAKI) SHIPYARDPart of MITSUBISHI SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD. (MHI)
Koyagi Plant is the largest of the Works and was completed in 1972. The shipyard plant uses production methods that take full advantage of the 1,000 meters building dock for optimal manufacturing of LNG and LPG carriers.morehide
Vessels currently at the shipyard
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