Working life is changing and therefore education must change too. The main focus of the EU-funded Radical project is to reform engineering education with the marine industry especially in mind. RADICAL project utilizes the best practices in Europe while aiming to develop engineering education model called ENGINE (ENGineering, Innopeda & Education) which takes into consideration the needs of employers, Read more about Carinafour involved in the Radical project – future engineers are trained to match the needs of companies[…]
The core elements of logistics are based on having the right people, tools and materials at the right place at the right time. Once these elements are clearly identified and defined at construction sites, the real work of bringing them together to improve operational efficiency can begin. Productive construction sites must have a good combination Read more about Improving construction site productivity and efficiency with logistics[…]
Carinafour’s Ari Viitanen attended the iCONS seminar this month, which looked at the use of data in construction sites to facilitate productivity development, flow efficiency and labour satisfaction of the entire building process. Data alone cannot optimize processes or drive improvements, the key is to understand what the data means and utilize this in decision Read more about It’s time for the construction industry to embrace data[…]
Carinafour, press release, 31st August 2018 at 11AM EEST Carinafour is participating in a consortium involving leading marine industry players to collaborate in developing new levels of performance and environmental efficiency for container vessels. The consortium is led by Dubai based Zaitoun Green Shipping Ltd (ZGS). Carinafour, as a leading-edge company in developing and operating Read more about Carinafour joins industry consortium to develop state-of-the-art container vessels[…]
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