Suez shipyard is one of the largest and oldest shipyards not only in the Mediterranean and red sea region but also in the Arab gulf and in the world. Suez shipyard is located in the southern entrance of Suez canal, in the north of Suez gulf this strategic location gives the Suez shipyard great importance in ship repair field.
Suez shipyard has been established since more than 152 years ago. The history of Suez shipyard back to the Khedive said (1854 – 1863 ), who began to build the dry dock or graven dock when an agreement has been signed between the governor of Egypt ” prince saied” and French company to construct a graven dock for ship repair and shipbuilding with principal dimension 140 m length and 25m width . which was created in October 1866 to serve the ships of the Egyption fleet and ships company AZIZIA of cleanliness and reconstruction and reform, Where he was the nearest dock in Bombay, India, so it is known as the Khedivial shipyard.
The opening of the dry dock
Mission and Vission
Suez shipyard is keen on the continuous development of its services and in order that strives for continuous training for employees on the newest styles to raise the technical competence in addition to developing and updating equipment and selecting the best suppliers to meet their obligation is also keen to provide a safe working environment in order to achieve continuous development of performance quality product in order to meet the customer’s needs and expectations in order to satisfy our customers.
Suez shipyard will be a model for leadership in promoting of entrepreneurship in the field of ship repair and shipbuilding to support the economic growth of Arab republic of Egypt.
- Continue in the competition as one of the most importance shipyard in the middle east.
- Maximizing profitability for the benefit of the national economy.
- Raise efficiency through continuous development and update of humane and material resource of the company.
- Expansion in the activities and the opining of new markets in the field of ship repair.