Connected to 600 ports in over 120 countries, Singapore is a premier global shipping hub that sees more than 130,000 vessel calls annually, and provides seamless and effective trade connectivity to shipping companies. Between the 24-28th April, Singapore will host the prestigious Singapore Maritime Week which congregates the international maritime community for conferences, exhibitions, workshops and networking.
This year’s event, titled, Navigating Through Challenging Times will host more than 20 000 visitors participating across 34 events to share knowledge and solutions in how current industry challenges can be overcome and to seek the emerging opportunities. Given the current changes in industry, environmental obligations, and economic forces, the use of effective, efficient and disruptive technologies have never been more important.
As an engineering consultancy firm specialising in Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), and Global Dynamic Analysis, PDL Solutions can expertly apply these tools to provide upfront insight to validate and optimise the said disruptive technology. This in turn, will reduce risk, lower development time scales and ultimately reduce cost.
If you would like to learn more and discuss our engineering services then please get in touch with Michael Shanley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: 24th Apr 2017
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