GP-Service Uses Foran for Structure Yachts Design

Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Photo courtesy Sener

The Italian engineering company GP Service S.R.L. has entered into an agreement with the Spanish Sener Ingeniería y Sistemas S.A. for the license to use the Foran CAD/CAM System in their ship design activities in Italy.

The agreement includes the implementation of the complete Foran hull structural package, forms generation and advanced design and drafting. Designers from GP Service have received on-site training in the disciplines of the Foran System during 2008. GP Service is currently using Foran to develop the hull structure of yachts.

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