About Us

About Us

CEO – Captain Francis Micah

Vision & Mission

Vision

To be among the top three dry-docking and shipbuilding yards in Africa by the year 2030.

Mission

To combine facilities, appropriate technology and employees for the delivery of high quality professional oil and marine services that meet our client’s requirements in a healthy, safe and friendly environment.

Core Values

Integrity

Being open and honest in all our dealings with customers and maintaining the highest level of Integrity.

Commitment

We are committed to creating a caring organization.We view Zero Harm to people and environment as

an integral part of our business.

Excellence

We strive for excellence through continual improvement and innovation.

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PSC TEMA SHIPYARD LIMITED

The construction of Tema Shipyard and Dry-dock (“the Shipyard”) was commenced in 1964 by the government of Ghana during the construction of the Tema Harbour as part of the overall infrastructure requirement for Ghana’s maritime industry. It was originally designed to be the largest dock between the Cape of Good Hope (South Africa) and the southern tip of Europe.  It is located on a 48.45-acre land, adjacent to the Port of Tema.

It operated as part of the port authority until 1970 when the government of Ghana assigned the management of the Shipyard to the Tema Shipyard and Dry-dock Corporation, a statutory corporation created under Legislative Instrument (L.I) 676 as a state owned enterprise. The Corporation operated the Shipyard until the mid-1990s, when as part of the then government’s divestiture programme, the Corporation was converted into a company called – Tema Shipyard and Dry-dock Company Ltd (TSDC). In 1996, the government divested sixty (60) percent of its interests in the company to a strategic partner, Penang Shipbuilding and Construction (“Penang”) of the Business Focus Group and the name of the company was changed to PSC Tema Shipyard. Penang was subsequently acquired by Boustead Heavy Industries (“Boustead”) which took over the sixty (60) percent shareholding in the company.

Although the goal of the divestiture was to help transform the shipyard into a modern, well-equipped facility to meet the nation’s strategic objectives, both Penang and Boustead failed to make the required investment leading to a court action by government of Ghana against Penang/Boustead. Subsequently, Boustead (with Penang’s concurrence) agreed to sell its shares to the government of Ghana which government of Ghana (through the Ghana Ports and Harbours   Authority, ‘GPHA’) duly paid for to regain its 100 per cent ownership of the shipyard together with its assets.

Being a maritime infrastructure, coupled with GPHA’s own proven ability to successfully manage maritime infrastructures, the government handed over the shipyard to the GPHA to manage, operate and eventually attract investors into the shipbuilding activity.

Over 40 Years Of Experienced Company

Large Number Of Vessels Ways Make Us Powerful

World class facilities for every standard

Skilled and passionate employees who love what they do

Great customer experience around the world is just us

Our Best Services

We are very passionate about what we do here. Be rest assured of getting the best from us.

Dry-Docking

We have ample space for any dry-docking service that you may request for your vessels.

General Engineering Services

Every skill-set needful for your engineering works is readily available and delivered at its best of service.

Lay Berth

There is space for your layberth requests on our waters. Just reach by the phone to contact us.

Why Choose Us?

From the numerous testimonials we receive from clients, we invite you to engage our experienced team in delivering the best of solutions in all diverse requests. We envision to be among the top three dry-docking and shipbuilding yards in Africa by the year 2030.

Integrity

We are open and honest in all our dealings with our customers and will maintain the highest level of Integrity.

Commitment

We are committed to creating a caring organization.

Excellence

We strive for excellence through continuous improvement and innovation

Working

Vessels Serviced

3570

Satisfied Clients

2548

Timely Executions

5874

Employees

500