Shipyards that implement advanced outfitting have special facilities required to allow this method to be applied efficiently, in order to obtain maximum benefits.
The concept of advanced outfitting has been developed in order to reduce the cycle time and improve the productivity of the shipyards. Learn more about the process inside the article.
MES-SC, in partnership with YZJ and Mitsui, has entered into a shareholders’ agreement to establish a new joint venture to operate a shipbuilding business.
Congress and the Pentagon are in the midst of a two-year spending spree, and HII leadership is positioning the shipbuilder to capture as many contract awards as possible before the funding window closes, perhaps as early as the Fiscal Year 2020.
At MV WERFTEN, construction work started on the new hall complex 11, which will house the new panel line and section line, as well as a line for section outfitting.
With cruise ship orders increasing and the current orderbook value standing at US $47.6billion, the cruise shipbuilding sector still continues to be dominate.
Daewoo shipyard of South Korea is planning to use innovative robotic exoskeletons to makes its workflow productive. The “Iron Man” type exoskeletons, based on the Human- Robot interaction (HRI) technology will allow shipyard workers to lift heavy load with extreme ease. Read more about the technology inside the article.