|Corporate Office:||Hindustan Shipyard Limited|
Hindustan Shipyard Limited
Visakhapatnam, AP, 530005
Phone : +91-891-2577404/2577437
Fax : +91-891-2577502/2577356
|Registered Office:||Hindustan Shipyard Limited|
406 Vikram Towers
16 Rajendra Place
New Delhi, DH, 110008
Phone : +91-11-25737425
Fax : +91-891-25730029
|Regional Office:||Hindustan Shipyard Limited|
Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., C/o PICCASSO, 202 Church gate Chambers, 5
New Marine Lines
Mumbai, MH, 400020
Phone : +91-22-22624560/22615119
Fax : +91-22-22871166
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