Seoul, South Korea

Workshop on High Performance TBM Solutions

Conventional tunnelling methods have a long standing tradition in Korea but adoption of Tunnel Boring Machines has not kept pace with the rest of Asia. With the intention to increase awareness of TBM technologies as well as related products and services Herrenknecht arranged a workshop in Seoul, the vibrant capital of South Korea. On 30 March 2011 more than 120 representatives of Korean consultants, contractors, clients and universities took up the invitation to attend this one day event on High Performance TBM Solutions. The idea was born prior to the recent Korean Tunnelling Association...

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