The industry, schools, research institutes and government organizations have gathered to foster sustainable development and co-existence among the nation’s maritime industries.
On June 16, Mac-Net held a joint meeting with KSOE and KOMEA at Grand Hotel in Busan. There were Mac-Net Conference, KOMEA forum and celebrating the eve of the 30th anniversary of KSOE. About 170 civic groups, including shipbuilding, shipping and machinery, gathered together to join forces and gather wisdom to overcome the wisdom of the current crisis.
The chairman of KOMAC, a former leader of the shipbuilding industries, said “Meanwhile, we seek to revive the revitalization of the industry by ensuring that we seek to strengthen the vitality of the industrial industry by strengthening the cooperation of mutual engineering, biotechnology, and technology through strengthening mutual cooperation and communication through the network.”
Also, a seminar was held on the theme of Very Large Floating Structure(VLFS), which is also recognized by the newly developed marine industry. Prof. Hong, a marine researcher at KRISO, specifically proposed VLFS’s business model, and Prof. Lee at Pusan National University introduced marine floating cities as examples.
Also, it was published in the event of the publication of the Mac-Net‘s Korean homepage on the website of the Korean homepage.
In particular, the policy of policy research has received extensive attention from the participants, including the Korea Coast Guard, the Korea Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., and the Korea Infrastructure Safety and Inspection Agency, and a comprehensive approach to overcoming the crisis of overcoming the crisis, including maritime, marine, machinery and ship management.
On the other hand, Mac-Net obtained 31 institutions including Donga University, Pukyoung National University, Sungkyul University, KSOE(Korean Society of Ocean Engineers) and Korean Association of shipping and logistics.