What is the Ship Repair Association of Hawai’i?
Organized in 2002, the Ship Repair Association of Hawai’i is a nonprofit voluntary trade association, dedicated to growing Hawai’i’s ship repair industry through a unified public/private partnership by providing cost effective, high quality services to all government and commercial customers.
Grow Hawai’i’s ship repair industry through a unified public/private partnership by providing cost effective, high quality services to all government and commercial customers.
The Ship Repair Association of Hawai’i serves the diverse needs of our members, including large and small NAVSEA-certified shipyards and AITs, as well as industry oriented subcontractors, resource providers and material suppliers.
Organized in 2002, the Ship Repair Association of Hawai’i is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit voluntary trade association.
- To be the focal point of communications and a proactive voice of the ship repair industry throughout our island State of Hawai’i.
- To be recognized as an organization of industry professionals who subscribe to the highest standards of quality and integrity.
- To be the source of ship repair information and education for members, the public, and government and regulatory sectors.
- To be the leaders in representing and serving members’ business interests.
- To be a leading advocate for economic sustainment and prosperity in Hawai’i.
- To facilitate the development of a broad range of ship repair opportunities in our island home.
- To represent the crucial “dual use” capabilities maintained within our SRAH membership, which are unique and irreplaceable elements of our insular state’s limited industrial base, beyond the scope of marine industrial and ship repair.
Due to the uniqueness of Hawai’i’s Economy, our industrial base, labor markets and intellectual expertise are critical to the State’s economic health and growth. See how the Ship Repair industry is vital to this balance.