MITSUBISHI (MHI) NAGASAKI SHIPYARDPart of MITSUBISHI SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD. (MHI)
Nagasaki Shipyard & Machinery Works is spread over four sites: Main plant, Koyagi Plant, Saiwaimachi Plant and Isahaya Plant. We excel in the building of ships with high added value, such as LNG carriers, and cruise ship and participate in the production of defense and space equipment based on years of accumulated experience and technologies. With a strong record of supply to both Japanese and oversears customers, we are known worldwide for our forward-looking approach and the global scale of our activities.
Vessels currently at the shipyard
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Currently 7 ships under constraction / orders in this shipyard.
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