IT Convergence Leader, e-MARINE
Hyundai e-MARINE took part in KORMARINE 2013 e-MARINE, a leading company of shipbuilding, maritime and IT convergence in Korea, develops e-Navigation and Smart Ship solutions. Divided with Maritime IT Biz and Shipbuilding IT Biz division...
[Exclusive Interview] BMEA Chairman
"Non-Price Competitiveness Vital" Asiasis will follow the progress of 2013 business performance of Busan Marine Equipment Association (BMEA) which leads the development of Korean marine equipment industry through mutual technology develo...
[Exclusive Interview] KOMEA Chairman
“Globalization Is Survival Itself” Asiasis will follow the progress of 2013 business performance of Korea Marine Equipment Association (KOMEA) which plays a critical role in Korean marine equipment industry, the growth power of Kor...
[Exclusive Interview] Choi Kil-Seon
"New era of $100bn overseas plants" Asiasis will follow the progress of 2013 business performance of Korea Plant Industries Association (KOPIA) which supports the overseas business of small and medium plants as well as large-scale plan...
[Exclusive Interview with MOTIE]
"Consistent Policies for Shipbuilders" With new launching of Asiasis websites in Korean, Chinese and English and the New Year, Asiasis planned feature interview articles of Kim Oi-Hyun, Chairman of Korea Offshore & Shipbuilding Ass...
Composite Market Leader, Hankuk Carbon
Hankuk Carbon's headquarters, Miryang, South Gyeongsang Province, Korea Korean composite material manufacturer Hankuk Carbon's CEO and Chairman Cho Moon-Soo was awarded silver medal at 2013 Korea Industry Fair credited for leading localiza...
Korea, Offshore Integrated Planner!
-Professor Paik Jeom-Kee, Pusan National University ASIASIS met Paik Jeom-Kee, Professor of Department of Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering in Pusan National University (also, President of the Ship and Offshore Research Instit...
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