HUD is Hong Kong's leading ship repairer with 160 years of tradition; providing dry-docking, afloat and harbour repair services in Hong Kong, the centre of international trade and commerce.
HUD was established in 1973 as a result of the merger between Hongkong and Whampoa Dock Company and Taikoo Dockyard and Engineering Company, the two dominant forces in Hong Kong's ship repair industry at the time.
Hongkong United Dockyards ("HUD"), a joint venture between two of Asia's largest listed conglomerates, Hutchison Whampoa and Swire Pacific, is Hong Kong's leading provider of ship repair, harbour towage and salvage services. HUD is also a major contractor for steelwork, mechanical and electrical engineering work for industrial machinery and equipment.
HUD is strategically located on a 100,000 square metre plot on Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong, in close proximity to Kwai Chung Container Terminals and Hong Kong
International Airport. The Group, operates 3 business divisions:
HUD offers 24-hour ship repair services from its dockyard on Tsing Yi Island, which is in close proximity to Kwai Chung Container Terminals and Hong Kong International
Airport. Facilities include one of the biggest floating docks in the region, capable of docking vessels up to 300m x 41.50m, deep water berth of up to 12.50m draft and
travelling cranes of up to 70 tonnes lifting capacity.
The floating dock is supported by well-equipped steel, machine, pipe work, electrical and propeller workshops, with experienced project engineers and craftsmen.
Our workshops are ISO 9001-2008 certified, ensuring quality repair and fabrication works. HUD is also the authorized service agent for Blohm + Voss Simplex Compact
seals in this region.
Lifting capacity 40,000 tonnes
Operational length 300.0m
Length over blocks 270m
Operational width 41.5m
Water depth over blocks 10.0m
Travelling cranes 1 x 70 tonnes
1 x 30 tonnes
Dock arms 4 x 25m
High pressure water washing 250 bar
Power VOLT AMP
AC 3 phase 50HZ 230
AC 3 phase 60HZ
(frequency changer) 440 750
DC 115/230 1000