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Khulna Shipyard

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Khulna Shipyard Limited
TypeState owned enterprise
IndustryShipbuilding
Ship engineering
Defence
Founded1957; 64 years ago (1957)
Headquarters
Labanchara, Khulna
,
Bangladesh
Key people
ProductsWarship
Merchant Vessel
Tankers
Platform supply vessel
OwnerBangladesh Navy
Number of employees
30 Navy officers
10 Navy sailors
343 civil staff
1359 employees
Websitekhulnashipyard.com

The Khulna Shipyard Limited (Bengali: খুলনা শিপইয়ার্ড লিমিটেড) is a Bangladeshi state owned defense contractor based in Khulna, Bangladesh.

The KSY Limited is the largest military shipbuilding company in Bangladesh, and one of Asia's largest builder of complex warships. It has built numerous large warships, oil tankers and surface combatants for the Bangladesh Navy.

History

The construction works of KSY started in 1954 under supervision of the East Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation (EPIDC) with the technical support of M/s. Stulcken Sohn, who provided the design for the construction of the yard facilities. After completion of works, It was commissioned on 27 November 1957, with the objective to build and repair ships of various clients, for defense, coast guard, oil company, ports and manufacture engineering parts to support other industries.

Burness Corleft+Partner and Maienform administratively and technically managed the company up to 1967. Afterwards the control was vested with its own expert engineers both technically and administratively.

On 3 October 1999, the Bangladesh Navy took over the responsibilities of KSY along with a 993.7 million taka debt. By 2008, all outstanding debts were cleared and since then, the shipyard has been making profit.[1][2]

The Maldives had expressed interest in procuring patrol craft for its Coast Guard.[3]

Projects

Padma-class patrol vessel

Under the first phase of FG2030 naval modernization program, Khulna Shipyard was given the contract to build an undisclosed number of Padma-class patrol vessel for the Bangladesh Navy and Coast Guard. On 2 May 2010, the Navy signed a contract for five vessel. On 17 July 2016, the Bangladesh Coast Guard awarded a contract for three vessel. On 20 May 2019, the Navy ordered five additional vessel. As per the modernization outline, the Navy plans to introduce total 23 Padma-class vessel by 2030.

Completed

  • 1978 - BNS Sahayak (A 512), a fleet replenishment ship, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 1987 - BNFC Balaban (A 731), a floating crane, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2004 - BNT Rupsha (A 723), a Fleet coastal tug, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2004 - BNT Shibsha (A 724), a Fleet coastal tug, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2012 - BNS Padma (P 312), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2013 - BNS Surma (P 313), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2013 - BNS Aparajeya (P 261), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2013 - BNS Adamya (P 262), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2013 - BNS Atandra (P 263), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2015 - BNS Hatiya (), a Landing Craft Utility, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2015 - BNS Swandwip (), a Landing Craft Utility, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2016 - BNS Durgam (P 814), a ASW patrol craft, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2017 - BNS Nishan (P 815), a ASW patrol craft, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2017 - BNT Halda (A 725), a Fleet coastal tug, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2017 - BNT Poshur (A 726), a Fleet coastal tug, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2018 - CGS Sonar Bangla (P 204), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Coast Guard
  • 2018 - CGS Aparajeya Bangla (P 205), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Coast Guard
  • 2018 - CGS Shadhin Bangla (P 206), a patrol vessel, for Bangladesh Coast Guard
  • 2020 - BNS Darshak (H 581), a Hydrographic survey vessel, for Bangladesh Navy
  • 2020 - BNS Tallashi (H 582), a Hydrographic survey vessel, for Bangladesh Navy

Ongoing

See also

References

  1. ^ Liton, Shakhawat (30 January 2005). "Govt bodies deny Khulna Shipyard work orders. Navy seeks prime minister's intervention". The Daily Star. Retrieved 29 October 2008.
  2. ^ Rashid, Mamunur. "From warships to container vessels, Khulna shipyard makes it all". Prothom Alo. Matiur Rahman. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
  3. ^ "Maldives wants to buy Bangladeshi patrol boats". bdnews24.com. Retrieved 7 July 2015.

See also

This page was last edited on 23 March 2021, at 04:54
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