Source: Sembcorp Marine
Sembcorp Marine’s subsidiary Sembawang Shipyard has secured three major upgrading contracts totalling US $71 million (S$92 million) comprising: 1) an upgrade of a dynamically positioned heavy-lift and pipelay vessel with a lifting capacity of up to 4,400 tons from a leading engineering, procurement, construction and installation company, 2) a LNG carrier longevity project and 3) an upgrade of a drillship.
Mr. Ong Poh Kwee, Managing Director of Sembawang Shipyard said “We would like to thank our partners and customers for selecting Sembawang Shipyard to execute these prestigious and important contracts and for their trust and confidence in our capabilities. Each of these projects demand strong engineering and project skills to be executed in a safe environment and at a time when the shipyard is near completion of our infrastrutural enhancement programme. Our commitment to our partners will be demonstrated in timely, quality and efficient turnaround of projects. We look forward to delivering mutual benefits and value propositions to our world-class customers.”
About Sembawang Shipyard
Sembawang Shipyard, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine, has one of the largest integrated ship repair facilities in Southeast Asia. The shipyard's world-class reputation is based on the company's commitment to high quality standards, Health, Safety and Environment standards, timely delivery, superior customer service and innovative solutions.
Besides its proven expertise in the sectors of tankers, bulk carriers and container / cargo vessels, the shipyard is also recognised as a specialist in the niche markets such as LNG carrier, passenger ship conversion/ upgrading, FPSO conversion, offshore upgrading, conversion and newbuilding, damage repairs and repair of chemical tankers, liquefied gas carriers and navy ships.