Tsuneishi Standardizes on SmartMarineEnterprise Suite

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Tsuneishi Holdings Corporation Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Company has standardized on the Intergraph SmartMarine Enterprise suite of 3D engineering design and data management solutions to optimize design efficiency and increase productivity.
Tsuneishi Holdings Corporation is a maritime affair enterprise composed of a leading Japan-based shipbuilding group and shipping business. Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Company is continuing to deliver high-quality ships at an economical price to customers around the world.
In committing to the entire SmartMarine Enterprise suite, Tsuneishi will now have a comprehensive set of integrated solutions to manage its shipbuilding operations - from early stage design technologies to next generation 3D design and manufacturing capabilities in addition to efficiency-boosting materials management and production programs.


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