The principal activity of BHIC is undertaking shipbuilding, ship repair and MRO works for naval vessels, with the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) being our main client. BHIC has a proven track record in constructing high-end, powerful naval vessels for the RMN such as the Littoral Combat Ships (an ongoing project), new Generation Patrol Vessels, and undertaking MRO works for RMN's armada which also includes the Prime Minister’s Class Scorpene submarines. In addition, BHIC is also capable of building a range of commercial vessels including anchor handling tugboats (AHTS), offshore support vessels (OSV), passenger vessels, tankers and barges.
BHIC and its associates owned three shipyards located along the strategic and busy waterway of the Straits of Malacca on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and operates one government owned shipyard in Sabah. Biggest among them, and also the biggest in Malaysia in terms of capacity, is Boustead Naval Shipyard, a naval shipyard located next to RMN's base in Lumut in the state of Perak. The other three shipyards, Boustead Penang Shipyard is in Pulau Jerejak in the state of Penang, Boustead Langkawi Shipyard located in the popular resort island of Langkawi in the state of Kedah and the government owned naval dockyard located in Teluk Sepangar, Kota Kinabalu managed by Boustead DCNS Naval Corporation.
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Located in Lumut, Perak, Boustead Naval Shipyard has a strong track record and proven capabilities in the construction and repair of both naval and commercial vessels including luxury yachts, anchor handling tugs and offshore supply vessels. The yard is also a fabrication centre for container cranes and heavy steel structures such as topsides for the oil & gas industry.
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Length : 60 meters
Breadth : 13 meters
Depth : 8 meters
Length : 120 meters
Breadth : 23 meters
Depth : 9 meters
Boustead Penang Shipyard is engaged in shipbuilding, ship repair and servicing of various types of vessels including anchor handling tugs, cargo ships and tankers. The shipyard covers an area of 26 acres on Pulau Jerejak in Penang.
|Maximum Loadout Capacity :||3,500 metric tonne|
|Length of quay :||210 metres|
|Water depth :||3.5 metre (aragonite compensation depth)|
|Allowable soil bearing capacity :||50 tonne per sqm|
Covering an area of 20 acres near Bukit Malut, Pulau Langkawi, Boustead Langkawi Shipyard specialises in the repair and service of leisure crafts such as sailing boats and yachts. It has a 100-metre berthing facility with adjoining specialist workshops for painting and blasting, mast repair, fabrication, engineering, fitout and electrical/electronic works plus a lamination hall for composite construction.
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Located in Teluk Sepangar, Kota Kinabalu, the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) yard is managed by Boustead DCNS Naval Corporation Sdn Bhd (BDNC) and undertakes submarine MRO activities, provides In-Service Support (ISS) and carries out refit works for the two units of Prime Minister's Class Scorpene submarines for RMN.