We booked new orders exceeding 13.5 million US dollars in Korea during the two
first months of 2004. Deliveries will take place during the last part of 2004 and
In January and February we booked automation systems for 39 new buildings, bringing
the local order backlog to 114. We sold propulsion control systems for 62 new buildings,
increasing the backlog to 125; and radar-based cargo level gauging system to 20
tankers, bringing this backlog to 57.
“Building a ship is a long term investment, intended to last 30 to 40 year. By
selecting our systems ship owners and ship yards reaffirmed their trust in us.”
says D.S. Jeon, sales team leader Kongsberg Maritime Korea. "We are both humble
and satisfied that we have been trusted with these contracts, and are determined
to do our utmost to show we are worth the confidence. We focus on providing easy
to use, dependable products and quality service so that we may continue to qualify
Kongsberg Maritime Korea employs 70 people. Their main activities are located
in Seoul and Busan. They are effectively supported by the Sales & Marketing division
in Norway, which promotes Kongsberg Maritime products world wide.