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Thursday, October 17, 2013

SHIPYARDS JAPAN



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Shipyards in Japan and Joint Ventures in China:Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Sakaide), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Nagasaki), Sumitomo Heavy Industries (Oppama), Japan Marine United - Universal Shipbuilding and IHI Marine United, Asakawa Shipbuilding (Imabari, Shikoku), Imabari Shipbuilding (Imabari), Usuki Shipyard (Usuki, Kyushu), Oshima Shipyard (Saikai, Nagasaki, Kyushu), Onomichi Dockyard, Kanasashi Heavy Industries (Shizuoka), Kanda Shipyard (Kure, Hiroshima), Kyokuyo Shipbuilding (Shimonoseki), Sasebo Heavy Industries, Sanoyasu Shipbuilding (Kurashiki), Sanwa Dockyard (Onomichi), Shikoku dockyard (Takamatsu, Shikoku), Shin Kurushima Dockyard (Imabari, Hiroshima), Tsuneishi Shipbuilding (Fukuyama, Hiroshima), Toyohashi Shipbuilding, Naikai Zosen Corporation (Onomichi), Namura Shipbuilding (Imari, Kyushu and Osaka), Hakodate Dockyard, Higaki Shipbuilding (Imabari, Shikoku), Fukuoka Shipbuilding, Minami-Nippon Shipbuilding (Usuki, Oita, Kyushu), Mukaishima Dockyard (Onomichi), Yamanaka shipbuilding (Imabari), Kita-Nippon Shipbuilding (Hachinohe, Aomori), Yamanishi (Ishinomaki, Miyagi), Yano shipbuilding (Imabari), Koike shipbuilding, Matsuura Shipbuilding, Miura shipyard (Saiki, Oita, Kyushu), Daizo (Osaka Shipyard)
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