Jinse Shipbuilding to Build First Ships Using AVEVA

Monday, October 15, 2007
Jinse Shipbuilding Co., a recent addition to the Korean shipbuilding industry based in Busan, will use AVEVA Marine to build its first ships. Jinse received orders for 32,000-dwt and 180,000-dwt bulk carriers, with the former due to be delivered by early 2008. “The onus is on us to build high quality ships in the most efficient manner,” said Kim Tae Hyoung, Director of Jinse Shipbuilding Co. “We believe that AVEVA Marine will lead to higher production accuracy, savings in calendar time and less rework.”
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