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Khulna Shipyard Limited is a ship construction and repair yard at Khulna, Bangladesh owned by the Government of Bangladesh under Ministry of Defence and managed by the Bangladesh Navy. It constructs Padma-class offshore patrol vessels for the Bangladesh Navy. It has built five patrol-vessels of this class for Bangladesh Navy and two container ships. Two Durjoy-class anti-submarine warfare large patrol-crafts were built for Bangladesh navy in this shipyard.
The shipyard was founded in 1957. On 3 October 1999 the shipyard with a 993.7 million taka debt was handed over to Bangladesh Navy. In 2008 all debt had been cleared and since then has been making profit. The Maldives had expressed interest in procuring patrol craft for its Coast Guard.
- Durjoy-class Large Patrol Craft: 2 ships currently in service in Bangladesh Navy.
- Padma-class Patrol Craft: 5 ships currently in service in Bangladesh Navy. 3 more under construction for Bangladesh Coast Guard.
- Aluminium harbour patrol boat: CGS Atrai
- Bangladesh Navy floating crane: BNFC Balaban
- Steel fire fighting boat
- Buoy laying vessel
- Tug Boats
- Passenger ship
- 3 X Oil tanker
- Landing craft utilities
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- "PM: Navy to have two submarines by 2015 UNB". dhakatribune.com. Dhaka Tribune. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
- "PM Hasina hopes Bangladesh will export warships someday". dhakatribune.com. Dhaka Tribune. Retrieved 24 December 2017.
- Rashid, Mamunur. "From warships to container vessels, Khulna shipyard makes it all". en.prothom-alo.com. Matiur Rahman. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
- Senior Correspondent. "Maldives wants to buy Bangladeshi patrol boats". bdnews24.com. bdnews24.com. Retrieved 7 July 2015.
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