CSSC and Bureau Veritas hold new industry development seminar in Shanghai


On April 19, China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) and Bureau Veritas jointly held the new industry development seminar themed “Speed up development of new industry, and drive future with innovation” in Shanghai.  CSSC Deputy General Manager Sun Wei, Bureau Veritas Senior VP/Executive VP for Industry & Facilities (North Asia) Jerome Malassigne, Bureau Veritas Senior VP/President for Industry & Facilities (Greater China Region) Wang Xun, Bureau Veritas Senior VP/President of Classification Society (North Asia & Greater China Region) Ma You, Bureau Veritas VP/GM for Petroleum, Natural Gas & Chemical Group (Greater China Region) Wei Yungang attended the seminar. The representatives shared their thoughts and experience on new urbanization, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), new energy power, general aviation, equipment detection and assessment, etc.


Group photo of CSSC and Bureau Veritas representatives present at the seminar

Photo of the new industry development seminar held by CSSC and Bureau Veritas 

Sun Wei said in his speech that CSSC and Bureau Veritas reached a consensus on deep cooperation in new industries last year, and the seminar would be another new opportunity for both sides to strengthen collaboration. For years, with a focus on its main service business, CSSC has been actively promoting modern services, non-ship equipment, scientific industry, and other new industries based on its own advantages and a well-controlled, related, and diversified principle. In 2016, new industries contributed 60% of the Company's total revenue, becoming the backbone of CSSC's transformation. Bureau Veritas has accumulated outstanding achievements in clean energy, new urbanization, general aviation, in-service equipment security, and other non-ship sectors with rich experiences and resources, which offers huge space for more comprehensive and deeper cooperation between the two sides in those fields. Sun Wei hoped CSSC and Bureau Veritas could give full play of their own experiences in new industries as well as advantages in market and resources with an open and inclusive attitude. Both sides should work together to create more space for sustainable and stable growth of each other, Sun said; closely align themselves with national strategies, market demand of new industries, and industrial trends; the two companies shall focus on clean energy, new urbanization, general aviation, and other emerging areas based on their capacity and strategic orientations; targeting at the pain points in the growth of new industries and being problem oriented, both sides should offer new concepts, ideas, and patterns to each other, in order to make achievements in new markets, collaboration, and development.

Ma You said that Bureau Veritas and CSSC had a long history of cooperation in ships and ocean engineering. As another milestone for deep strategic cooperation between the two companies, the seminar would help both sides achieve more in new industries. 

Wei Yungang introduced the history of Bureau Veritas from a classification society to a global leader in testing, inspection and certification. In the past 189 years, Bureau Veritas developed from a classification society to a comprehensive global service group with businesses covering industry, construction, in-service inspection, certification, classification, consumer goods, governmental service & international trade, and bulk stock inspection. With 1400 offices and labs in 140 countries and 66000 employees, Bureau Veritas has a wide global service network.

During the seminar, representatives from CSSC and Bureau Veritas introduced their new industry development respectively. In the following group discussion, representatives from China Shipbuilding NDRI Engineering, CSSC Logistics, CSSC Marine Power, Shipbuilding Technology Research Institute, Haifeng General Aviation, and other member companies under CSSC and multiple divisions of Bureau Veritas discussed issues on new urbanization, LNG, new energy power, general aviation, and equipment inspection and evaluation, etc.

Among the attendees are also Xu Miao, General Manager Assistant and Director of Technology Department at CSSC, as well as representatives from the Technology, Power & Electromechanical, and New Industry Departments of CSSC and divisions of Bureau Veritas Greater China Region. Through the communication, representatives from both sides believed that the seminar laid a solid foundation for future cooperation in new industries.

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