Santiago Shipyard & Shipbuilding Corp. (SSSC) was established in the ealy 1980's with the primary goal of servicing and modernizing inter-island vessels within the archipelago. SSSC also serves as the backbone of its sister shipping company SNI, providing the necessary tools and servicing requirements of its fleet.
Our vision is a sustainable, safe and customer satisfaction oriented shiprepair and shipbuilding facility in the Southeast Asian region.
SSSC envisions itself as a responsible and environmentally sustainable institution, working on an eco-friendly environemnt to insure sustainable developlement for the future generations. SSSC also takes pride as an active, community oriented company helping in the development and experience of her workforce.
SSSC Mission is to serve our customers by offering extensive ship repair services against the highest quality possible and in accordance with our customers expectations. Such services consist of ordinary dry docking and the provision of general services, steel renewal works, hull and tank internal preservation works, all possible mechanical works including propulsion system overhauls and surveys, bow & stern thruster and CPP overhauls, engine & boiler overhauls and pipe renewals. Furthermore SSSC offers her customers a skilled workforce to support LCT and Tugboat owners.
Next to shiprepair and shipbuilding services, Our mission to offer a wide range of specialized services such as life saving & fire fighting equipment servicing, automation & instrumentation, insulation & scaffolding services, Cabin quarters repair & installation, Water-oil separator installation and electrical works such as the overhaul and repair of electric motors & alternators.
Santiago Shipyard And Shipbuilding Corporation (SSSC) was established in 1986, a Cebu-based corporation duly registered under Philippine laws. It is situated on a 6.13 hectares securely fenced land in Barangay Tayud, Consolacion which is about 16.5 km from Cebu City. As in the past, SSSC started to dry-dock and repair all types of inter-island vessels in the Philippines. SSSC entered the shipping and Shipbuilding business in 1987, a 1500-ton Landing Craft Transport (LCT) was first built to transport aggregates, minerals, heavy equipment and similar cargoes. Since then, the company have constructed several vessels of different types up to 5,000 DWT, which consequently enables the shipping department to expand rapidly. From the modest beginning as barge operator, the company has emerged to be one of the largest offshore operator in the country. To date, the shipping department was incorporated as Santiago Navigation Incorporated for governmental compliance, which currently offers a fleet of seaworthy barges and tugboats widely dispersed geographically.
SSSC employs 300 highly skilled workers under the supervision of highly qualified engineers and competent managers. Several employees have undergone special training and bench marking to cope with the recent developments worldwide. And with the dedication and commitment of SSSC’s workforce, the company will continuously strive to develop rigorous programs, both short term and long term, gearing towards challenges of the new millennium.