Odense Maritime makes deal with Mitsubishi

Odense Maritime Technology (OMT) has reached a major deal with shipyard group Mitsubishi Heavy Industries to develop and construct a series of large vessels.

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Ship architects and engineers Odense Maritime Technology (OMT) can look forward to having a shipyard where drawings can be realized, and a little closer to the drawings boards than has so far been the case.

The company has now signed a deal with the Japanese shipyard group Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and just as the ship design company can now have their designs realized in full-scale, the shipyard also gains access to a series of licenses for new ship buildings designs.

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