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Weekly Newsletter No.

527 July 5, 2010 / Published by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Editor : Seyon Park 2494, Fax.2103 E-mail : prgirl@dsme.co.kr

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DSME Develops the Biggest LNG Cargo Tank


DSME succeeded in developing the worlds biggest LNG cargo tank for LNG carriers or LNG-FPSOs. The cargo tank which is named ACT-IB (Aluminum Cargo Tank - Independent type B) is the worlds biggest LNG cargo tank ever developed in the world. The company plans to apply the new cargo tank technology to LNG-FPSO (LNG Floating Production Storage and Offloading) which is expected to achieve production of 2 million tons of LNG per a year. The size of the cargo tank has a storing capacity of 210,000m of LNG, which is nearly three times the size of the existing independent type of cargo tank. Most shipbuilders dont have the capacity to conby utilizing the latest technology for building LNG carriers and LNG-FPSOs. Thanks to expertise in LNG production, DSME has become one of the foremost leaders in the worlds shipbuilding industry. DSMEs LNG vessels, with the proven reliability of the membrane type LNG cargo containment system, boast low construction costs, less fuel consumption, and operate at higher speeds than other ships of the same class.

struct cargo tanks this size, which means DSMEs competitiveness in the industry is continuing to grow. DSME expects to strengthen their global competitiveness in this field

DSME Developed CMMS for Vessels


DSME successfully developed a powerful and flexible computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) that will be soone implemented industrywide. The previous ship maintenance system (SMS) provided simple management reports and material procurement data. But this system allows ship owners to control maintenance over all vessel facilities, maintainable equipment, and material procurement management information from acquisition to disposal. The system is thoroughly integrated. It also provides a wealth of information related to outfitting equipment and hull so ship owners can track maintenance work and analyze recorded data in order

to manage work flow on a vessel. Two key functions of this system are monitoring environmental safety using a USN system, and real-time monitoring of equipment conditions using an AMS system. The system will be linked by satellite which can then be remotely controlled by the head office, as well as real time information sharing and video conferencing. This system is especially meaningful because it allows ship owners to reduce costs, increase operational efficiency, and integrate facility management with new and existing IT technologies. Recently, DSME successfully conducted a performance test of the CMMS on a containership and plans to fully install the system on the vessel this year.
For more information, contact the IT Planning group of DSME at 680-5173, 7073

Odfjell, Grupo R and T&Hs Vessels Named


On June 29, Odfjells Hull No.3025 was named at Quay H. She was named Deepsea Stavanger by Mrs. Bjrg Skorstad, Spouse of H.E. Didrik Tnseth, Ambassador of the Norwegian Embassy. Approximately 140 honored guests attended the naming ceremony including Mr. Ketil Lenning, CEO of Odfjell Drilling. Deepsea Stavanger is the last in a series of two drilling rigs and she is expected to be delivered in the beginning of July. CEO Ketil Lenning said On behalf of Odfjell Drilling, I would like to thank DSME and everyone involved with this project on the successful completion and on time delivery of the Deepsea Stavanger and he added We also confirm its reputation and competitiveness in the shipbuilding industry. On July 2, Grupo-Rs Hull No.3026 was named at Quay H. She was named Bicentenario by Mrs. Gabriela Garza, Spouse of Mr. Ramiro Garza V., CEO of Grupo R. Approximately 100 honored guests attended the naming ceremony including Mr. Ramiro Garza V. On June 28, T&Hs two containerships with a capacity of 4,400 TEU were named at Quay E2. Hull No. 4172 was named LANIA by Mrs. Viktoria Eden, Spouse of Mr. Markus Eden, Director of Marlow Navigation Co. Ltd.. Hull No. 4173 was named AGROS by Mrs. Meike Kemsat, Spouse of Mr. Wolfgang Kemsat, Managing Director of Dipl.-Kfm. Wolfgang Kemsat. Approximately 50 honored guests attended the naming ceremony including Mr. Hermann Eden, Chairman of Marlow Navigation Co. Ltd.. LANIA was delivered after the naming ceremony and AGROS is scheduled to be delivered at the end of July.

The Safety education for all supervisors


DSME held a safety education program targeting all supervisors and managers including HSE officials from May to

August 13 in Tongyoung. This safety education program aims to educate all DSME supervisors and managers to be in control of their respective worksites by implementing proper safety management systems, as well as putting safety first. An HSE official said All managers have been trained to be good examples for workers by doing the utmost to eliminate workplace injuries to achieve an injury and incident free workplace.