|COMPANY NAME||Labuan Shipyard & Engineering Sdn. Bhd.|
|MOF REGISTRATION NO.||357-02077437|
|LICENSES & APPROVALS||• PETRONAS Licenses to undertake Major & Minor Fabrication jobs|
|• Approval to operate own private jetty enabling direct loading/unloading of materials and equipment at the shipyard|
|AWARDS & CERTIFICATIONS||• Accredited with ISO Integrated Management System (All 3 main certifications: ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management, System, ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management System, and OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management System)|
|• Awarded 5-star rating under MIDES Competitiveness Rating For Enhancement (MCORE) by Malaysia’s Ministry of Defence (MINDEF)|
|• Certified 5S by Malaysia Productivity Corporation (MPC)|
|• Registered and certified with Malaysia’a Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB)|
|OUR ADVANTAGES||• Located on duty-free island, with zero '0'-rated Government Services Tax (GST)|
|• In-house production engineering, supported by external FEED design houses (local & international)|
|• 24/7 round-the-clock shipyard services|
|• Experienced in maintenance, servicing and repair works of various vessels|
|• Experienced in the construction of various vessels|
|• Wide-range and full-control of our own assets (facilities and equipment) provides faster accessibility and usage flexibility|
VISION & MISSION
Labuan Shipyard & Engineering Sdn Bhd (LSE), a subsidiary of Radimax Group Sdn Bhd and Sapura Energy Berhad (formerly known as SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad), was incorporated on 26 September 2005 and took over the facilities, operations and all business activities of Sabah Shipyard Sdn. Bhd.
Malaysian Industry Council for Defence, Enforcement and Security (MIDES)
The Malaysian Defence Industry Council (MDIC) was initially formed in August 1999 to ensure coordinated and orderly development of the defence industry sector in Malaysia. It was renamed MIDES in 2012 to include the enforcement and security related agencies in Malaysia. Among its main objectives are to steer and direct the orderly development of defence, enforcement and security related industry taking into consideration the objectives of the Government as well as that of the nation as a whole, as well as to discuss common issues and challenges encountered by defence, enforcement and security related companies.
Association Of Marine Industries Of Malaysia (AMIM)
Initially established as the Association of Shipbuilders and Repairers of Malaysia (ASROM) on 14 March 1984 , it became AMIM on 24 July 1997 with a view to broaden its membership and representative spectrum to include all aspects of marine industry activities in Malaysia. Visit http://www.amim.org.my for more information.
Malaysia Shipowners’ Association (MASA)
Malaysia Shipowners’ Association (MASA) was established in 1976 with the main objective of protecting and promoting the interest of Malaysian Shipowners. Visit http://masa.org.my/ for more information.
Malaysia Offshore Contractors Association (MOCA)
MOCA (formerly known as OSFAM which was registered in ROS on 28 February 1990) is an association of offshore contractors for the oil & gas industry in Malaysia aiming to promote cohesive working relationship among staff from various contractors in oil & gas offshore business of industry. Visit http://www.moca.org.my for more information.
Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC)
MOGSC was established in 2003 with a mission to represent Members’ interests in the Malaysian oil and gas services sector. The main activities include engagements with industry stakeholders and promotion of members’ capabilities. Visit http://www.mogsc.org.my for more information.
National Institute Of Occupational Safety And Health (NIOSH)
The functions of NIOSH are to provide training, consultation services, disseminate information and conduct researches in the field of occupational safety and health (OSH). Visit http://www.niosh.com.my for more information.