Samsung Heavy Industries is the world’s leading shipbuilder based in Geoje, Korea. Founded in 1974, we have over 10,000 employees working globally to deliver shipbuilding, offshore platforms, Floating Production Storage & Offloading (FPSO) vessels, energy exploration, fabrication and machinery to customers around the world.
Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria operates SHI-MCI, a joint venture fabrication and integration yard in Lagos. Serving as a one-stop shop, the yard offers all services on a single site and has been built to accommodate projects of various scales.
Korean innovation and capital have combined with Nigerian human capital to create what is considered one of the world’s best fabrication and integration facilities. Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria’s SHI-MCI yard reflects the synergy between the natural potential of Africa and world-class Korean technology. It has been internationally recognized as a leading model of cooperation and the benchmark for ongoing success in the shipbuilding and offshore oil & gas industries in Nigeria and the wider African continent.
“We are realizing our dream for Nigeria – we have made a commitment to its people. We aim to maintain the innovative culture of SHI-MCI in order to put Nigeria’s shipbuilding and marine industry on the map.”
Gang, Kim [CEO/ SHI-MCI FZE]
As Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria, we are proud to be part of a shipbuilding company unrivalled in technology and the breadth of our product offering including:
The facilities of Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria are highly scalable, to enable both large-scale and small-scale projects. In all cases, we work according to world-class quality and performance standards. Click here for an overview of the facilities available at the SHI-MCI yard.
At Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria, we believe in nurturing home-grown talent in order to power Africa’s industrial future. As the provider of Nigeria’s only international welding certification, we are accredited to operate a skill acquisition and vocational center. Our Welding Qualification Centre has been established in Tarkwa Bay, Lagos and is accredited by the International Institute of Welding (IIW) as an “Approved Training Body” to offer certified courses in international fillet, plate and tubular welding.