Korean Register and Dongkuk Implement Technology Exchange

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

The Korean Register – an IACS member class society - signed an MoU with global steel producer Dongkuk Steel. The agreement paves the way for the two organizations to cooperate on the exchange of strategic technology relevant to the construction of seagoing vessels and platforms.

Specifically, the agreement defines mutual cooperation for developing and surveying rolled steel used in the building of ships and marine structures.  It covers new domestic projects such as natural gas carriers, technical information sharing on technology trends, information sharing on future demand for steel including from international and domestic ship yards, joint studies into the approval and development of new steel types and KR’s third-party surveying of Dongkuk Steel’s products.

www.krs.co.kr

 

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