Ship Design Specialists Open New Asian Offices

Press Release
Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Nupas-Cadmatic, CAD ship design software provider, opens new office in Goa, India and another in Singapore.

Nupas-Cadmatic ship design software is a joint-venture product of Numeriek Centrum Groningen B.V. and Cadmatic Oy.

The offices were established in response to the rapid expansion of Nupas-Cadmatic in Asia. The main purpose of the offices is to provide services to the Nupas-Cadmatic customers in the region in cooperation with the support team at the head offices in Europe.

In India today there are two offices. Where sales management is done from the Mumbai office, support and sales assistance will come from the newly opened Goa office.

The Singapore office will participate in providing local support to the Singaporean market. The office  will be staffed with experienced sales and technical support people.

The employees at the Goa and Singapore offices are experts in Nupas-Cadmatic Hull and Outfitting support and have backgrounds in Naval Architecture and Shipbuilding, with experience in Ship Design and Shipyard Production activities.

“This is part of a strategic development plan that will allow us to further improve the scope and quality of our services to our rapidly growing network of customers in Asia. The new offices will play a key role in our expansion plans for Asia by strengthening our presence and increasing our market share in the region.” Mr Theodoor de Jonge - Managing Director, Numeriek Centrum Groningen B.V.

 


 

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