PSP Marine - Shipyard and Repair Services

Thai shipbuilding

Company Information

PSP Marine - only 30 kilometres from Bangkok are located in the town of Mahachai, more formally known as Samut Sakhon, at the mouth of what was once the Tha Chin River.

contacts:

Address: 119/53 MOO 1 TACHINE MUANG SAMUTSAKORN 74000 THAILAND, tel +6634821046-7

web: pspmarine.com

PSP Marine's shipyard

PSP Marine's shipyard undertakes engine room, deck, steel repairs and deplating, hold and pipe repairs and construction, mechanical overhauls and maintenance,
hull, hold and tank blasting and re-coating in its large engineering and hull fabrication
and erection workshops, each workshop outfitted with high technology equipment.


Boat Building & Thai shipbuilding


PSP Marine Compay produce boats from their own design studio or to the owner's designs, in aluminumm steel, or "FRP" (fibre-reinforced polymer) laminates.

The PSP yard boasts a full-functioning cabinet and panel workshop, capable of reproducing classic Edwardian and Victorian panelled and moulded interiors, from the design stage upwards, even though most of its commissions are steel-interiored work vessels.


PSP Marine is part of the Thai-PSP group of companies and due to its strong quality assurance, PSP Marine is able to guarantee the delivery of international standard quality products, having gained accreditation for conformity with ISO 9001 - 2000 practices.


Twin vessels "Svitzer Thunder" and "Svitzer Tornado" were built by PSP Marine Company at their yard in Mahachai (Thailand).

Each of the 28.85-tonne work vessels is powered by twin Scania 221kW marine engines, with ratio reduction gearboxes driving two solid propellers and tis produces a service speed of eight knots.

These competent, steel-hulled, line-handling crew boats are something of a breakthrough for the Thai shipbuilding industry, insofar as they represent acceptance
of workmanship by one of the most exacting EU and global shipping firms, "Svitzer
Marine", globally headquartered in Copenhagen, dedicated to most innovative and safest marine practice.