The government of South Korea has unveiled plans to invest heavily in e-Navigation, with approximately $200 million earmarked for related projects under the new strategy.
Enterprise Marine Edutec, in Korea, has started providing online type-specific training for JRC ECDIS.
WR Systems (WR) reports that it has agreed a number of new construction contract awards to supply multiple ship sets of its Emsys emissions monitoring system to shipyards in China and Korea.
Martek Marine has won a series of orders to supply its MariNOx Evolution onboard emissions monitoring and engine efficiency system to Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and Hyundai Heavy Industries in Korea.
The Korean Register of Shipping (KR) has opened a new global headquarters building in Busan, South Korea.
Maintenance technology company ESRG reports that its OstiaEdge SmartShip Remote Monitoring and Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) package has been delivered to the Republic of Korea Navy for installation on a number of new vessels.
The Marine Electronic Highway (MEH) Information Technology System for the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, which had been managed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), has been handed over to the Government of Indonesia.
Three months after being established, SENER Korea Engineering and Systems Co (SKES) has won its first contract, a licence agreement with KR Engineering Co (KRE) for the use of FORAN, SENER’s 3D-model based software for ship design and production.
Sinokor Merchant Marine Corporation in Korea has agreed a deal to install the OPUS Stowage system from CyberLogitec to optimise its container loading and discharge processes.
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