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World's 2nd Largest Ship building Shipyard


Project No: #19019
Capital needed
USD 1,000,000,000
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Minimum investment per investor: 100,000,000.00
Country: Philippines
State: Zambales
Reason for needing Capital: Buying Properties
Stage: Profitable
Ideal Investor Role: Equity partner
Highlights: Hanjin is willing to sell the debt to continue the shipbuilding operations and in return the investor(s) will own all facilities, equipment and contracts. The shipyard is strategically located in the Subic Freeport Zone and has a substantial advantage to greatly support Military Naval operations in the Pacific and the Maritime Silk Road for trading, importing, exporting and shipping industries. This is a very lucrative opportunity for the right investor whom sees the bigger picture.
What you offer to investors?: 1. Investors will receive assets totaling over $2 billion USD.
2. The operations generates immediate income with cargo handling, ship agency, and port operations with the SBFZ area, to include the ongoing shipbuilding contracts.
3. Immediate ROI within the first 2 years

Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Philippines, known as HHIC Phil, was established in February 2006 by Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction of South Korea. In the same month, the first ship building contract was signed for 4 container ships. In May 2006, the construction of a shipyard began on Redondo Peninsula - on the northern edge of Subic Bay.

The first vessel "Argolikos" was delivered in July 2008 for the Greek ship owner Dioryx.  As of April 2011, the shipyard had delivered 20 ships. In 2013, the shipyard made its first oil tanker and in 2016, it delivered its first gas carrier. Additionally, the shipyard has also built parts of CALM buoys used for the Malampaya offshore project. The shipyard also has two large drydocks.

The shipyard, facilities, equipment and shipbuilding business are now for sale.


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