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“Zelenodolsk Design Bureau” extends its use of AVEVA Marine

June 22, 2012

AVEVA (LSE:AVV), today announced that JSC "Zelenodolsk Design Bureau" has signed an agreement  for  AVEVA Marine.  "Zelenodolsk Design Bureau", through an Integrated Engineering & Design approach, will significantly improve productivity, efficiency of work and optimize processes.

 

"The shipbuilding industry must embrace high-end engineering technologies”, said Vitaly Volkov, General Director of JSC "Zelenodolsk Design Bureau", “Our goal is always to remain on the crest of a wave, giving us a competitive advantage over other organisations. The transition to an Integrated Engineering & Design approach for ship design was a significant step for us.  We were the first design bureau in Russia to implement AVEVA Marine on projects. Now that we have enjoyed a number of benefits that AVEVA Marine has delivered, we have decided to extend our use. We can now work on projects in a more streamlined, efficient way, allowing us to commit to more projects which we can complete in less time."

 

Commenting on the agreement Evgeny Fedotov, Senior Vice-President Russia, India & Middle East - AVEVA said, "As an organisation we operate in a global market and can see shipbuilding companies develop in different countries. AVEVA has a key position in this process. The accumulated experiences of our global customer base help us to deliver high-quality implementation of our solutions and provide high quality service. The partnership with "Zelenodolsk Design Bureau" confirms once again that we are following the right strategy, and more importantly our technology meets our customer needs."

 

AVEVA Marine has been successfully used in Zelenodolsk Design Bureau for a number of years. Several major projects have been executed using AVEVA Marine.  It has clearly demonstrated the efficacy achieved by the shipbuilder through the use of modern IT solutions. Under the contract, the Bureau will receive additional licenses for AVEVA Marine to create complex outfitting design, including 3D visualisation of data models, creating the initial design of the ship, the detailed design, analysis of collisions, the preparation of production documentation and drawing generation.


 



 
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