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Lloyd's Register tests new trends in shipping

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Lloyd's Register is focusing on trends of the future in safe shipping and offshore at its test center in Singapore. 3D printing is one of these trends and the others are described here.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 10.04.17 at 15:28

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