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M A G A Z I N E
2013 | ISSUE 2

Also featured in this issue:
z EDC’s use of AVEVA Bocad™ for structural steelwork

z DSME’s migration from Tribon to AVEVA Marine™

z Two years on: AVEVA Engineering™ in practice

z UPEC leads the way in Russian power project engineering

z Integrated shipbuilding at Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard

North Sea Success
The story of the Gudrun platform

TM

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INSIDE
THIS EDITION

Corporate News
Welcome 3

AVEVA infographic 22

AVEVA honoured at two prestigious award ceremonies 35

Focus on your industry 35

AVEVA World Summit 2013 38

Product News
Structural Growth: AVEVA Bocad 8

What’s new with the Future of Plant Design 20

An overview of AVEVA Engineering in practice 24

Customer News
Cover story: Aibel’s global operations deliver success 4

EDC: Daring to be Great 12

DSME’s migration from Tribon to AVEVA Marine 16

Urals Power Engineering Company 28

SEDIN Engineering: Strategic collaboration in China 32

L&T-Chiyoda: Raising one’s game 36

MIPAC – Instruments of Change 40

Integrated Shipbuilding at Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard 42

Cover photograph:

The Gudrun topsides. Photograph courtesy of Aibel and Statoil.

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Editor – Magnus Feldt, Senior Marketing Specialist, AVEVA

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Our sustained investment in product development and ever-closer customer support teams
makes AVEVA the key technology partner of the world’s most successful engineering companies

Global growth – global success

25% in
2012/13

49 Offices 30 Countries

1,400+
employees

During the past five years, AVEVA has invested almost
£150 million in innovation

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

Innovation and
acquisitionsR&D

£20.9m

£28.1m

£32.1m

£35.5m

AVEVA serves more than 3,000 customers in the plant and marine industries

Oil & Gas Power

OtherMarine

Launch of AVEVA
Everything3D™

Acquisition of
Global Majic for
simulation

Acquisition of
bocad for steelwork
fabrication

Stability and
growth

Annual revenue in £ million

2010 2011 2012 2013

148.3

174.0

195.9

220.2

AVEVA World Magazine 2013|Issue 222

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Our sustained investment in product development and ever-closer customer support teams
makes AVEVA the key technology partner of the world’s most successful engineering companies

Global growth – global success

25% in
2012/13

49 Offices 30 Countries

1,400+
employees

During the past five years, AVEVA has invested almost
£150 million in innovation

2009/10

2010/11

2011/12

2012/13

Innovation and
acquisitionsR&D

£20.9m

£28.1m

£32.1m

£35.5m

AVEVA serves more than 3,000 customers in the plant and marine industries

Oil & Gas Power

OtherMarine

Launch of AVEVA
Everything3D™

Acquisition of
Global Majic for
simulation

Acquisition of
bocad for steelwork
fabrication

Stability and
growth

Annual revenue in £ million

2010 2011 2012 2013

148.3

174.0

195.9

220.2

AVEVA World Magazine 2013|Issue 2 23

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And the assembly work has also become much
easier thanks to access to the model. Our aim
is to develop a fully automated shipyard, with a
minimum of paperwork, and where more people in
the organisation will have access to the model. For
example, the full, integrated model should also be
available to the project management team.’

Early this year, in order to improve the shipyard’s
project management process and take the next
step towards a fully integrated shipbuilding
strategy, Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard purchased
the AVEVA Enterprise Resource Management™
applications, AVEVA Planning™, AVEVA Material™
and AVEVA Production™, thus optimising project
control, logistics, materials management, resource
and production planning. With this integrated
shipbuilding approach, the shipyard’s design and
engineering processes will be fully integrated with
downstream engineering processes such as the
supply chain, production and planning. Planners,
engineers and designers in all disciplines and all
departments will now be able to work simultaneously
on a single ship model database, to plan, create,
develop, manage and exploit engineering and design
data in the most productive and risk-free way.

‘We want to be in full control of each individual
project and we want to know how efficiently we are
using our resources at the shipyard. We constantly
analyse new shipbuilding technologies and the latest
materials for building new types of ships. We are
currently building a new slipway so that we will be
able to add offshore supply vessels to our portfolio
in the near future,’ V. Seredokho concluded.

Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard has a rich history with a
wealth of experience. One key to its past success
has been its ability to adapt to changing technology
by deploying the latest software and industry best
practice. Over the years it has evolved from using
independent software applications to deploying a
complete Integrated Shipbuilding strategy, helping
to secure its success for the future.

About Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard
Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard is part of the United
Shipbuilding Corporation, USC. USC is an open joint-
stock company in Russia, uniting shipbuilding, repair
and maintenance subsidiaries. The state owns 100%
of the shares. USC also has a 50% stake in Arctech
Helsinki Shipyard, a joint venture with STX Finland
Cruise Oy.

USC includes 60 leading Russian marine engineering,
shipyard, and ship-repair enterprises, bringing
together more than 70% of the domestic
shipbuilding industry. In total, the members of the
USC businesses and organisations employ about
74,000 people. All images courtesy of

Sredne-Nevsky Shipyard.

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