Corrodys has received Chilean and Singaporean delegation

Corrodys has received Chilean and Singaporean delegation

Paul Griffiths, President of ADEMAR Association, which promotes the Marines Energy in Chile, and Ravindran Pallaniappan, Project Manager at ClassNK GRIC (Global Research and Innovation Center) located in Singapore, came to visit Corrodys’ premises.

Délégation Chilienne et Singapourienne en visite chez CORRODYS

From left to right : Hervé GUEUNÉ – CORRODYS’ Director, Nizar AOUINA – Corrosion engineer at CORRODYS, Paul GRIFFITHS – ADEMAR, Ravindran PALLANIAPPAN – GRIC/ClassNK, Amandine VOLARD – ONEM

Along with Amandine Volard, Business Manager EMR from West Normandy Energies Marines, Paul Griffiths and Ravindran Pallaniappan were hosted in Corrodys’ premises for a presentation of the association’s activities and a guided tour of the various laboratories (metallography, physico-chemistry and microbiology). The opportunity for Corrodys to expose the extent of its activities, from expertise to testing and laboratory analysis, and concretely present its know-how in terms of customized studies and accelerated corrosion in laboratory.

After participating at CORROSION 2016, Corrodys, through Seanergy 2016 and the visit of foreign institutional, shows its determination to export its know-how and expertise beyond regional and national borders.



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  • ADEMAR is an association of several companies that promotes the professional and technical development of Marine Energy in Chile. With 5 000 km of coastline, Chile has a strong potential of development for marine renewable energies. ADEMAR is a leading player in the development of this industry and aims to influence public authorities in the integration of marine energy in the national energy mix.




  • Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, known as ClassNK or NK, is a ship classification society. The Society is actively engaged in a growing range of ship related activities and services aimed at contributing to promoting the protection of human life and property at sea as well as protection of the marine environment. ClassNK has been actively engaged in advance maritime research since 1955. It created GRIC, Global Research and Innovative Center, in Singapore in 2015 to further establish joint R&D collaboration globally. GRIC aims to develop R&D programs in the field of maritime technologies (Ecofriendly ships, smart ships, etc.), as well as in the field of Marine Renewable Energy (energy storage, effects on ecosystem, biofouling for the tropics). The GRIC is also developing a tropical test site for marine energy.