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UK ship management company Zodiac Maritime Agencies has announced that it is equipping its fleet of 125 ships with the Iridium OpenPort optimised-bandwidth satellite terminals under a service agreement with AND Group, becoming the first shipping company to publicly commit to the service.
Singapore Telecommunications (SingTel) has announced that it is to offer a new maritime broadband service with global coverage, claiming to be the first satellite service provider in Asia to offer this type of bandwidth on a global scale.
Thuraya has introduced a new antenna for the marine environment, for use with the ThurayaDSL satellite system.
Veson Nautical has unveiled its newest software solution, the Integrated Maritime Operations System (IMOS) Cargo Matching Module, designed to enable charterers to more easily manage their information and select optimal vessel and cargo transport options.
Converteam reports that it has agreed a $15 million contract, its single largest ever order, for multiple Class 3 dynamic positioning (DP) systems from the SINOPACIFIC Shipbuilding Group, for French owner BOURBON.
Thursday, 20 March 2008 | News

Fugro aims for commercial market

Norwegian navigation company Fugro Seastar AS has signalled its intention to widen its market reach into the commercial maritime market, with the appointment of Haydn Jones as business development manager.
Thursday, 20 March 2008 | News

Wallem team receives IT award

The IT team at Wallem shipmanagement has been awarded a place in the top five of CIO Asia magazine's CIO 100 Index for 2008, for its performance in what CIO Asia called 'one of the biggest enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations' on the continent.
Wired Ocean has completed the installation of its maritime broadband communications service aboard the entire Godby Shipping fleet.
SeaMobile has been awarded a multi-year contract extension with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. to provide its MTN VSAT satellite communication services fleet-wide for the Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Cruises brands.
World-Link Communications has entered into agreement with Dynacom Tanker Management of Greece to provide ShipAV anti virus services aboard its fleet of 30 tankers.
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