Keppel Shipyard Gets SPS License

Tuesday, October 05, 2004
Intelligent Engineering Ltd. awarded Keppel Shipyard, a license for its Sandwich Plate System (SPS) technology. The agreement, for an initial three-year period, allows Keppel O&M yards to use SPS technology for the repair and conversion of offshore and marine vessels and structures worldwide. Keppel O&M is one of the largest offshore and marine groups in the world. With a network of 16 yards worldwide, the organization offers total solutions to customers operating in diverse environments through leveraging their proprietary technology and engineering expertise.
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