Pride, Passion, Commitment
An impressive safety record of more than 20 million man-hours worked without LTI, and still counting.
One of the largest and most well-equipped shipyards in the region, offering 24/7 round-the-clock service.
We do fabrication of major and minor oil & gas facilities and shipbuilding & ship repair of various types of vessels.
NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DOMAIN NAME – LABUANSHIP.COM TO LABUANSHIPYARD.COM
Please be informed that with effect from Monday 24th June 2019, the domain name will change to labuanshipyard.com.
All incoming email sent to old email address @labuanship.com will be auto forwarded to @labuanshipyard.com.
labuanship.com website will be directed to labuanshipyard.com.
As part of our efforts in offering integrated solutions to our clients,
we are pleased to inform that we now can offer bollard pull testing services through the facility within our own shipyard premises.
More info is available on the ASSETS & FACILITIES page of our website
For enquiries and quotations, please email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently in the process of improving and enhancing our vendor registration system for the convenience of our valuable vendors.
As such, we are pleased to announce that all new vendor registration-related fees are being waived for a limited time only!
Grab this opportunity to register your company as one of our approved vendor (supplier or contractor).
The Vendor Registration Form can be downloaded from the
MEDIA CENTRE page of our website > scroll to the last section CORPORATE MATERIALS. Link name: LSE Vendor Registration Form (Suppliers and Contractors).
We look forward to establishing a mutually rewarding business relationship with you. For more information, email us at email@example.com.
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