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History of Sasaki Shipbuilding
         
  1931 Shukichi Sasaki established Sasaki Shipyard. Shukichi Sasaki
Shukichi Sasaki
 
 
  1958 Started building and repairing steel vessels.
 
  1963 Reorganized into Sasaki Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.
Shukichi Sasaki was inaugurated as the first President.
 
  1966 Established the Noka factory.
 
  1980 Established the Uhama second factory.  
 
  1981 Kazuyuki Sasaki was inaugurated as the second President.  
 
  1987 Built Japan's domestic M0 vessel "SHOUSEIMARU".  
 
  1997 Constructed the building slip of its capacity 3,800 G/T.
Built the "SHIN-PUROPANMARU", the world's first vessel
mounting a sound-input-type navigation support system.
It was awarded a prize, semi-Ship of the Year 1998 in Japan.
 
 
  1998 Completed the head office building, relocating the head office there.
Delivered two chemical carriers for Singapore owners.
 
 
  2001 Daihei Sasaki was inaugurated as the third President.
Increased the building slip capacity to 6,300 G/T.
 
 
  2003 Increased the building slip capacity to 7,100 G/T.  
 
  2005 Increased the building slip capacity to 8,000 G/T.  
 
  2007 Built the SP/FR type LPG Carrier "FORTUNATO".  
 
  2010 Increased the building slip capacity to 9,700 G/T.  
 










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Chemical Tanker
 10,000DWT Chemical Tanker
   ( ICE1A )
 12,000DWT Chemical Tanker
 4,999DWT Chemical Tanker
 4,000DWT Chemical Tanker
Gas Carrier (Pressure Type)
 12,000CBM LPG Carrier
   ( Less than 120m )
 2,500CBM LPG Carrier 1 tank
 3,500CBM LPG Carrier 1 tank
Gas Carrier (SP/FR Type)
 12,000CBM Multi Gas Carrier
 11,500CBM SP/FR 2 tanks
 11,500CBM SP/FR 3 tanks
 8,600CBM SP/FR
 6,500CBM Ethylene Carrier
 4,500CBM SP/FR 1 tank
LNG Carrier
 5,000CBM LNG Carrier 1 tank
 4,500CBM LNG Carrier 1 tank
 3,500CBM LNG Carrier 1 tank
 3,000CBM LNG Carrier 1 tank
 2,500CBM LNG Carrier 1 tank
Domestic Vessel
 6,000KL Clean Oil Tanker
 749GT Clean Oil Tanker
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