Founded in 1999, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. (hereinafter to be named as “SWS”) is a subsidiary of China CSSC Holding Ltd., a publicly listed company controlled by China State Shipbuilding Corporation limited (CSSC). SWS wholly owns Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding and Offshore Co., Ltd. (SWS Offshore), controls Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co., Ltd. (SWS Engineering), and shares the CSSC Cruise Technology Development Co., Ltd. (CCTD). Until now, SWS has been one of the most large-scale, modernized, professional and influential shipbuilding enterprises in the industry.
The Capesize Bulk Carriers built and delivered by SWS account for 16% of the global Capesize Bulk Carrier fleets and are regarded as the“No.1 Brand” of Chinese Bulk Carrier Export. The number of delivered 300K VLCCs adds up to 9% of the global VLCC fleets. SWS built and delivered the biggest 2nd generation of Very Large Ore Carriers (VLOCs), 18000TEU/ 20000TEU ULCVs, series 83Km?/ 85Km?VLGCs, 158K DWT Suezmax Oil Tankers, 109K DWT Aframax Oil Tankers with ICE Class, etc.
In the offshore field, SWS has constructed and delivered the Floating Production Storage and Offloading（FPSO）, deepwater semi-submersible drilling rig, Jack-up, PSV etc. By the end of the first half of 2019, SWS had delivered a total of over 450 various merchant vessels and offshore products. Under the deployment of CSSC, SWS has fully devoted itself into the design and construction of the first build-in-China large Cruise Ship.
With the mission of “We embrace ocean to create values for a better life and a bright future” and the vision of “ First in China and leading in the world”, SWS actively promote the core value of “the common development of employees and enterprise”, and vigorously carry forward the enterprise spirit of “Harmonious Development with Innovative Learning and Pragmatic Execution to achieve Perpetual Excellence”, pursue the green shipbuilding, create a safe environment, build the product with high quality, who has explored a way of great-leap-forward development during the process of impelling the mode of modern shipbuilding.