Business News May 2016

CADMATIC Marine and Plant Design software is used by more than 850 companies in 55 countries. We continue to show strong growth with new customers that have joined the CADMATIC family and current customers that have invested in additional licenses. All the business news of the past months is listed below.

ABB, global leader in power and automation technologies located worldwide, has purchased eBrowser licenses for use in Sweden.

Alba E&C SA has placed an order for CADMATIC software. Alba E&C SA is a multidisciplinary engineering company, located in Mendrisio, Switzerland. It was originally founded in 2008 as a trading company in the steel industry, but since 2011 it has been operating as engineering company.

Butting Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. KG, Schwedt/Oder, Germany, ordered multiple eBrowser licenses.

Casco Scheepsbouw Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, purchased the Hull Viewer.

De Klerk Binnenbouw, Moordrecht, The Netherlands, purchased eBrowser licenses.

DeltaMarin Poland, Gdańsk, Poland, has purchased the CADMATIC Marine Design software for Hull.

Microdata Marine Group, Mumbai, India, has purchased CADMATIC Marine Design software.
The company offers turnkey solutions to the Marine Industry covering ship design, sourcing and supply of marine equipment and fittings, servicing of imported equipment, turnkey fabrication services, and inspection services.

Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Okayama, Japan, has purchased multiple CADMATIC eBrowser licenses. Since its establishment in 1917, Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES) has provided trusted products and plants.

PT Steadfast Marine Shipyard., Pontianak, Indonesia, bought the complete package of CADMATIC Marine Design software. PT Steadfast is a shipbuilding industry company, which was established in 2005 and has already delivered more than 45 high quality offshore vessels to date.

SC Blue Line Ships, Constanta, Romania, ordered the CADMATIC Marine Design software packages for Hull and Outfitting.  The dynamic company offers naval design, engineering and technical assistance in livestock vessel conversion.

Seaspan ULC, Vancouver, Canada, ordered CADMATIC Hull and the Shellplate module. Seaspan is the biggest yard in western Canada and is the first shipyard in Canada to use CADMATIC software. Seaspan mainly produces government-owned vessels, for example, coast guard vessels.

Senshin Technologies, Tokyo, Japan, is an engineering solutions company that offers services in Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and integrated IT solutions. The company’s primary focus is to provide high-end professional services to companies in the automotive, manufacturing, shipbuilding, offshore and other sectors worldwide. Senshin Technologies was founded in 2009 and has offices in Japan and India. They purchased an additional CADMATIC Outfitting license.

SSP Pvt. Ltd., Faridabad, India, purchased additional licenses of CADMATIC Plant Design with a P&ID module. SSP is a leading manufacturer of machinery, plants and complete processing lines for various industrial sectors. The company has started doing all detail design in CADMATIC.