ShipConstructor Chosen by Kromav Engeharia

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Kromav Engeharia, a Brazil marine engineering firms, chose ShipConstructor’s AutoCAD-based CAD/CAM software for use on shipbuilding and offshore projects.

“ShipConstructor will be an important tool,” said Ricardo Vahia, Director of Kromav. “Based on our expectations for future market demand and success to be achieved with the software, we are currently acquiring hardware that will allow us to expand to 30 Universal Licenses.”

ShipConstructor’s local representative, Sincronia, will start training Kromav staff in July with the expectation that staff will be proficient and productive within three to four weeks.

www.ShipConstructor.com

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