ABG Shipyard Limited is a shipbuilding and ship repair company. The Company is engaged in the construction of ships and rigs. ABG Shipyard is a part of the ABG Group of companies with diversified business interests. Established in 1985, it is headquartered in [Ahmedabad]. It has shipbuilding operations in Surat and Dahej in Gujarat. Following its acquisition of Western India Shipyard Limited in October 2010, it operates a ship repair unit in Goa which is the largest ship maintenance facility in India. Its product range includes 102M Side Loader/Newsprint/Container Ship, 83.5M DP2 Diesel Electric Propulsion Diving Support Vessel, 26 Metre High Speed Aluminium Interceptor Vessel, 47M 80 ton Bollard Pull MPV, 60.8M DP1 (Dynamic Positioning) Diving Support Vessel, 56 M Well Test/DP2 Supply Vessel, 50 M Well Test/Supply Vessel, 50 T Azimuthing Stern Drive Bollard Pull Tug, 60.8 M. Anchor Handling Tug/Supply Vessel, 49.5M Multiutility Vessel, 77.9M 2250 DWT Mini Bulk Carrier, 80M 2500 DWT Self Loading/Unloading Bulk Cement Carrier and 4000 DWT Self Loading/Unloading Bulk Cement Carrier. Its shipyards are located at Dahej and Surat, in the state of Gujarat. ABG Shipyard builds a range of commercial vessels. These include self-loading and self-discharging bulk carriers, container ships, and floating cranes, split barges, anchor handling tugs, dynamic positioning ships, offshore supply vessels and diving support vessels. ABG was granted clearance from the Government of India to build warships and various other vessels for the Indian Navy. It was the second corporate shipyard to receive this license after Pipavav Shipyard. In 2004, it was awarded a contract to build pollution-control vessels for the Indian Coast Guard. In 2009, the Shipyard was selected to build 11 high-speed water jet propelled interceptors for the Coast Guard. In June 2011, ABG Shipyard was awarded a 9.7 billion (US$140 million) deal to build two cadet training ships for the Indian Navy. In January 2012, it won an order of 5 billion order form Shipping Corporation of India taking its order book to about ₹200 billion (US$3.0 billion). It builds specialized vessels, such as interceptor boats, battle practice target, cadet training ship, floating cranes, split barges, newsprint carriers, diving support vessels and pollution control vessel.