Navantia is integrated into the Code Kilo project of digital standardization

    The digitization of the industrial sector is a reality that is becoming more evident every day in all production areas, from the robotization of assembly lines to the incorporation of the Internet in traditionally mechanical procedures. The large European shipbuilding companies integrated in the Euroyards entity – in which Navantia is located together with Chantiers de l’Atlantique, Damen Shipyards Group, Fincatieri, Lürssen, Meyer Werft and Naval Group – recently decided to promote the Code Kilo project. Its objective is to establish a collaboration protocol for the standardization of data, which would allow responding to the digital challenge in an efficient and safe way. Thus, from Euroyards advance that this initiative will allow “increase the opportunities to reuse, combine to obtain values ​​and perceptions through data”, avoiding the costs derived from having to check them without having the support ...

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Navantia will offer 235 jobs this year in the Ría Ferrolana

    On the same day in which the Human Resources management of Navantia signed the collective dismissal file by which workers over 61 years old will be pre-retired, both parties also reached an important employment agreement for Ferrolterra. Both parts, the management and social spokespersons of the company, agreed on the number of new contracts that will be carried out this year in the shipyards of the Ría Ferrolana, which has increased to 235. However, the process has only just begun. At the moment it has not transcended how the allocation of the places will be carried out, although it will be the local employment commissions that will be in charge of developing all the questions related to the future offer, as well as of establishing how the contracting processes will be developed.

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