The Korean Register (KR) has opened what it claims to be the world’s first green-ship equipment test certification centre in Gunsan, Jeonbuk, Korea.
Classification society Korean Register has released the latest version of its KR-CON software, enabling users to add their own notes, memos and bookmarks to IMO codes and conventions.
The Korean Register (KR) has launched an in-house developed software program that aims to assist vessels in complying with fuel oil change over requirements in line with low sulphur regulations.
A green-ship equipment certification centre opened this month in Gunsan, reports the Korean Register (KR), a founding partner in this project.
Korean Register (KR) has released what it says is the world’s first mobile app containing all up-to-date IMO conventions.
The Korean Register (KR) today announced the release of SeaTrust-HullScan, a software solution to analyse and appraise a vessel’s hull structure in accordance with the new harmonized common structural rules (CSR-H).
The Korean Register (KR) today announced that it has donated its KR-CON software to students at the World Maritime University (WMU).
The Korean Register has obtained a patent on its ‘Smart Fleet’ app which was launched earlier this year.
The Korean Register (KR) says that it is to supply the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) with a new generation ‘RuleCheck’ software for port state control inspectors, which will be delivered at the end of this year.
The Korean Register (KR) has signed an MoU with steel producer Dongkuk Steel regarding technology exchange between the companies, to cooperate in improving the process of building ships and marine structures.
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