DSEC, a pioneer of the future Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, provides a complete range of shipbuilding and marine engineering services: Engineering, Material Procurement, Quality Management, Consulting for Shipyard Development and Operation, Logistics, and Eco Retrofit Solution. DSEC offers customized total package service and solutions to suit individual needs of our clients.

DSEC, a pioneer of the future Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, provides a complete range of shipbuilding and marine engineering services: Engineering, Material Procurement, Quality Management, Consulting for Shipyard Development and Operation, Logistics, and Eco Retrofit Solution. DSEC offers customized total package service and solutions to suit individual needs of our clients.

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Second Matson Containership Begins Construction at General Dynamics NASSCO

SAN DIEGO – General Dynamics NASSCO has started construction on the second ship in a two-ship series of Kanaloa-class containerships for Matson Navigation Company, Inc. Construction of Matsonia began with a ceremonial first cut of steel at NASSCO’s San Diego shipyard where the first ship in the series, Lurline, is 15 percent complete. Both ships will transport containers, automobiles and rolling stock between the West Coast of the United States and Hawaii. Using proven design standards, the ship design incorporates liquefied natural gas-capable main and auxiliary engines, which are compliant with Tier III emission requirements. Future installation of a LNG fuel gas system can be accommodated on the 870-foot-long, 3,500 TEU platform combination container and roll-on/roll-off (“Con-Ro”) vessels. ... NASSCO partnered with DSEC Co.,Ltd., to provide Matson with state-of-the-art ship design and shipbuilding technologies. For more than a decade, this partnership has produced premium ships for five separate Jones Act owners. ...   Please refer to the link below. https://nassco.com/featured/second-matson-containership-begins-construction-at-general-dynamics-nassco/
2018-04-04

Agreement Between GTT and DSEC

Paris – 13 December 2017. GTT and Korean DSEC, a renowned naval engineering company, have signed a Technical Assistance and License Agreement for the construction of GTT membrane containment systems. This deal strengthens both GTT and DSEC’s commercial offer. It addresses the requirement of clients wishing to fit membrane type LNG fuel tanks to all types of vessels (cruise vessels, container ships, bulk carriers or roll-on / roll-off ferries, etc.). Moreover, DSEC is already recognised for its ability to implement complete solutions including FGSS (Fuel Gas Supply System) and CHS (Cargo Handling System) systems. With this new cooperation, which broadens the spectrum of GTT industrial partners, shipyards no longer have to acquire the know-how required for the construction of GTT membranes and of LNG handling systems.   Please refer to the link below. http://www.gtt.fr/en/news/gtt-and-dsec-decide-work-together-deployment-membrane-containment-systems
2017-12-19

General Dynamics NASSCO Begins Construction on Matson Containership

SAN DIEGO – General Dynamics NASSCO has started construction on a Kanaloa-class containership for Matson Navigation Company, Inc., as part of a two-ship contract. The 870-foot-long, 3,500 TEU containership design provides the capability to transport containers, automobiles and rolling stock, including trailers. Using proven design standards, the design incorporates liquefied natural gas-capable main and auxiliary engines, which are compliant with Tier III emission requirements. The design accommodates future installation of a LNG fuel gas system.   “We’re honored to advance the Matson fleet with two large, modern vessels reflecting the highest standards of design and energy efficiency,” said Kevin Graney, president of General Dynamics NASSCO. “The construction we began today, and the contracted work for several additional U.S. Navy ships, require additional manpower at our San Diego shipyard. NASSCO will soon begin hiring to continue our reputation of delivering high quality ships on schedule.” “These Jones Act-qualified, Kanaloa Class vessels are designed specifically for our Hawaii service, and we’re thrilled to partner with NASSCO on their development,” said Ron Forest, president of Matson. “The start of construction today has only heightened our excitement to watch these vessels come to life, and we look forward to seeing them serving our customers in the Hawaii trade.”   Representatives from NASSCO and Matson gathered in San Diego for a brief ceremony to cut the first pieces of steel, signifying the start of construction for the first of two vessels for Matson. Construction of the first ship is scheduled to be complete in 2019. A second Kanaloa-class containership for Matson will begin construction in 2018 with delivery in 2020.   NASSCO partnered with South Korea’s DSEC Co., Ltd to provide Matson with state-of-the-art ship design and shipbuilding technologies. For more than a decade, this partnership has produced premium ships for five separate Jones Act owners.   Please refer to the link below. https://nassco.com/press-releases/2017-press-releases/general-dynamics-nassco-begins-construction-matson-containership/
2017-12-18
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