Kockums Now Tribon Solutions

Thursday, May 11, 2000
Kockums Computer Systems is changing its name to Tribon Solutions and plans to launch a new international business concept this summer. Under its new name, the company's new concept will comprise all the design and production stages, as well as all sub-contractors involved in a shipbuilding project, which includes IT applications. This concept offers shipyards internationally with cost-effective solutions in the handling of this part of the logistic pattern. Specifically, Tribon will consist of the entire shipbuilding process offering shipyards sourcing of materials and services from a complete international supply platform. The company also plans on expanding its consulting staff in order to further efficiency to the processes within its customer companies.

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