Six Tee Marine and Offshore Select Intergraph

Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Six Tee Engineering Groups has adopted Intergraph SmartMarine 3D software. The Singapore and China-based company specializes in the basic and detail design and project management of marine and offshore structures. Six Tee selected SmartMarine 3D to increase productivity and quality for its work in the basic and detail design and project management of marine and offshore structures. Six Tee projects include floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessels; jack-ups; semi-submersibles; drill ships; offshore fixed platforms; pipe-laying/derrick barges; sub-sea pipelines; offshore support vessels and a variety of merchant ships. SmartMarine 3D provides a multi-discipline, integrated and seamless design environment that will facilitate work sharing between Six Tee's Singapore, Tianjin and Shanghai offices. The design software has proven to reduce costs and shorten project schedules for shipbuilders and offshore design firms alike. It couples engineering, automatic drawings generation, production planning and manufacturing.
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