ShipConstructor in Portugal, Spain & Africa

Sunday, August 23, 2009

ShipConstructor Software Inc. (SSI) has increased its presence in Portugal, Spain and Africa with the addition of a new dealer, Vera Navis.

Vera Navis (www.veranavis.com) is headquartered in Lisbon and is managed by naval architects Luis Batista and Pedro Antunes. The longtime European ShipConstructor representative, DS&T / NDAR, is a partner in this company.

Mr. Batista and Mr. Antunes offer ship design and specialized engineering services. They have practical hands-on experience with all ShipConstructor modules and are now fully approved to offer ShipConstructor sales, support and training in Portuguese, Spanish and English.

(www.shipconstructor.com)

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