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Asian Shipyards Workshop

INTSOK with Wikborg|Rein will in cooperation with GCE NODE arrange a Workshop. 

28th of October, INTSOK with Wikborg|Rein will in cooperation with GCE NODE arrange a workshop on Asian Shipyards. It will take place in Kristiansand, Norway.

 

INTSOK has written a report to identify how, where and when INTSOK partners need to act to win contracts in a changing global oil and gas market. 

 The main findings are:

  • The suppliers need to marked themselves towards the yards and engineering companies in a specific project's FEED phase (to be pre-qualified)
  • The suppliers need to engage themselves towards the oil companies to be on their pre-qualification list (Approved Vendor List)
  • Need to understand the cultural  DO and DON'Ts in the Asian culture
  • Need to need to understand the legal precautions they have to take when doing business in Asia

 

To sign up to the workshop, please visit INTSOK's website here.

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