We are internationally well-reputed and well-trusted, due to high-level technological strength and proposal capabilities for construction of new ships,ordinary repairs through ballast water management system retrofit work.
Located in Tsuneishi, Numakuma-cho, Fukuyama-shi, a city facing the Seto Inland Sea in the eastern part of Hiroshima Prefecture. The new ship building division is equipped with one dock and one berth for shipbuilding, and its annual construction capacity is about 12 ships in terms of 82,000-ton-class bulk carriers. The adjacent repair factory, having 4 docks exclusively for repair and 7 repair wharves, can dock vessels of up to 20,000-DWT. Undertaking not only periodical inspection and ordinary repair work but also large-scale modification and ballast water management system retrofit work, we support the safe operation of ships.
Located in the town of Balamban, surrounded by glorious nature in the western part of Cebu Island in the middle of the Republic of the Philippines, which comprises over 7,000 various sized islands. Equipped with 2 shipbuilding berths and 1 building dock to build mainly 180,000-ton-class bulk carriers, the factory can build up to 30 ships a year. More than just undertaking repair work for domestic vessels, the company also promotes support activities for the region in medical, educational and other fields, aiming at the development of the local economy and realization of an affluent life.
Located in Shanghai’s neighboring and economically fast growing Zhoushan Islands in Zhejiang Province. Equipped with 2 shipbuilding berths and 1 building dock, container carriers and tug boats are being built, while the central focus is on 30,000- to 100,000-ton-class bulk carriers. Aiming at being an “exemplary factory” in the Chinese shipbuilding industry, we concentrate our efforts on the cultivation of human resources to realize improvements in areas such as the environment, safety, quality, and process management. In addition to the establishment of a well-prepared in-house training system, an attempt is made to cultivate the next generation, who are responsible for the future shipbuilding industry, in cooperation with educational institutions in the shipbuilding field.