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DSME plans global alliance to develop green shipbuilding technologies
The company is planning to form an association with five ship quality assurance and risk management firms, five research institutes, and four universities. Credit: Pawel Grzegorz from Pixabay.
South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has unveiled plans to establish a global research and development alliance for developing eco-friendly and modern shipbuilding technologies.
The company is planning to form an association with five ship quality assurance and risk management firms, five research institutes and four universities.
The five-ship quality assurance and risk management companies are the American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping of Britain, South Korea’s Korean Register of Shipping, Bureau Veritas of France and Norway’s Det Norske Veritas
The four universities are comprised of Seoul National University of South Korea, the University of Michigan and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology of the US, and the Great Britain’s University of Strathclyde.
Finally, the five research institutes are Norway’s SINTEF Ocean, Italy’s CNR, South Korea’s KRISO, Sweden’s SSPA, and Germany’s HSVA.
DSME stated that the alliance will aim to mutually develop technologies related to the shipbuilding and offshore industry while abiding by environmental regulations.