Kockums Receives $2.7 Million In Orders For Steerbear Systems

Kockums Computer Systems AB recently received orders totaling SEK16 million (about US$2.7 million) for the Steerbear CAD/CAM/ CIM system from shipbuilding industry.

Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft AG in Kiel, West Germany has acquired Steerbear general design, pipe and structure to be able to handle both hull and outfitting in Steerbear. They have also acquired a VAX Server 3600 computer and seven graphic workstations. This is a breakthrough in the German market for Steerbear outfitting systems.

Eleusis Shipyards SA in Greece has acquired all Steerbear Systems for hull and outfitting applications, running on a Vax computer and 10 graphic workstations.

Lexicon Marine in Sweden has acquired Steerbear hull, a Vax computer and two graphic workstations.

Ludvigsen & Hermann in Denmark, a plant design company, has acquired Steerbear general design, pipe and cable, running on a Vax computer and two graphic workstations.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 63,  Feb 1989 Leo L. Collar

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