ClassNK and BKI Sign Agreement on Offshore Fields

(Press Release)
Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Jakarta - ClassNK  entered into an agreement with Indonesian classification society, Biro Klasifikasi Indonesia (Persero) (BKI). The focus of this agreement is a deepening of cooperation between the two societies in a wide range of maritime sectors. Although BKI and ClassNK have been working together in classification for over 40 years, this agreement marks a new stage in this relationship, a stage in which the two parties look to move closer together for the benefit of the Indonesian maritime industry. The scope of the agreement is wide-ranging, providing for a more proactive approach to the sharing of information and the exchange of opinions on technical and industry topics. Also on the agenda is the pooling of the two organizations’ technical and human resources as the two societies look to improve both the quality and convenience of their services across the board in the ship and offshore fields.
 

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