ShipConstructor Expands Presence in Italy

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

ShipConstructor Software Inc. (SSI) has enhanced its presence in Italy with the addition of an Italian-language certified Distributed Systems instructor, Giuseppe Fanello of inNave SRL.

Fanello is now certified to train Italian-language clients on the use of ShipConstructor Distributed Systems modules: Pipe, HVAC and Equipment. He is also certified to provide training for modules: Hull/ShipCAM, Structure, Penetrations, ProductHierarchy, Weld, ManualNest, Automatic Nest, Profile Nest, Report, NC-Pyros and Flythrough.

Stefano Camattini of Tekno Consulting and Luca Rossi of Naos Ship & Boat Design also provide Italian-language training on several ShipConstructor modules.

(www.shipconstructor.com)

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