Shipbuilding competition promotes efficient working

A 77m diesel-electric DP2 PSV under construction at Shin Yang; one of two in built at the yard, with the first scheduled for delivery in June 2014

In order to compete in a crowded market, efficiency is the key to success in shipbuilding today: both efficiency in the yard’s operation and in producing fuel-efficient ships for customers. We spoke to Malaysian offshore specialist shipyard Shin Yang Shipbuilding to see how the company was faring in difficult times.

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