CCS, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Enter Strategic Cooperation

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China Classification Society (CCS) and Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding (SWS) have signed strategic cooperation agreement in Beijing.

Under the deal, entered into on June 2, 2017, CCS and SWS will carry out close cooperation in technical standard and scientific research, luxury cruise construction, new crack detection technology and other fields.

The parties said that the signing of the strategic cooperation agreement “will promote the bilateral cooperation relations to a new level.”

CCS will bring its advantages in rule development scientific research, shipbuilding, survey and certification, energy efficiency service to full play and make use of its global resources and advanced technology to support and promote the operation and development of SWS in the field of ship construction.

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