PT PAL INDONESIA (PERSERO), was established by the Netherlands’s government in 1939 under its original name of MARINE ESTABLISHMENT (ME). The Company was renamed Kaigun SE 2124 while under the colonial governance of Japan. After Independence Day, the Indonesian Government nationalized the colonial Company and renamed it Penataran Angkatan Laut (PAL). On April 15, 1980, the status of the Company was changed from a Public Company (Perusahaan Umum) to a Limited Company (Perseroan Terbatas) in accordance with notary deed No.12 of Hadi Moentoro, SH.
The factory is located at Ujung, Surabaya and the main activities of the Company are the manufacturing of naval and merchant ship, docking repairs and maintenance, and general engineering based on job orders.
The distinguished re-engineering ability of PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) has entered the world market and the quality is renowned worldwide. Ships produced in PT PAL INDONESIA (Persero) are now sailing the seas all over the world.
As the shipyard with more than 25 years of experience, PAL INDONESIA has a number of quality products as outlined.more
Encompassing nearly 87 hectares, the Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard has a proven track record in the sectors of tankers, bulk carriers as well as container and cargo vessels.
It is also recognised as a specialist in niche markets such as passenger ships conversions/upgrading, FPSO conversions, offshore conversions and newbuildings, complex lengthening conversions, damage repairs, chemical tankers, LNG carriers, liquefied gas carriers and navy ships repairs. Naturally deep and sheltered berths with drafts between 11-15 metres are enhanced with a comprehensive array of services which include dust-controlled cryogenic workshops and afloat and anchorage repairs. The shipyard’s 100,000 dwt drydock is one of the deepest in Southeast Asia with a draft of 13.1 metres allowing cruise and naval vessels to dock without restrictions.
The location also includes specifically configured premises to optimise the construction of offshore platforms and systems. With a total fabrication capacity of close to 45,000 tonnes a year, it is the first yard in Southeast Asia to have delivered North Sea-ready fixed platforms to NORSOK standards.more