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Friday, 12 December 2008 | News

4-year Stena deal for MCP

Maritime Communications Partner (MCP) has signed a renewed 4-year management contract with Stena Line for the deployment of mobile phone services, including GSM and GPRS, onboard 16 passenger ferry vessels, including two new super ferries.
Friday, 12 December 2008 | News

Two new deals for Fortune software

Fortune Technologies has agreed two new contracts for its maritime software systems, with Franco Compania Naviera and Synergy Marine Ltd.
Friday, 12 December 2008 | News

CSL completes IMOS installation

The CSL Group of companies reports that it has completed installation of the IMOS Chartering Module from US software company Veson.
Formosa Plastic Marine Corporation, one of Taiwan's largest ship operators, is to install Ship Equip's SEVSAT satellite communications system aboard 25 vessels in its fleet.
Singapore Telecommunications Limited (SingTel) has agreed an approximately US$130 million contract with Mitsubishi Electric Corporation to build its new ST-2 satellite, which will be used, in part, to provide SingTel’s Office-At-Sea range of maritime communications applications.
Iridium has released its financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2008, posting a 19 per cent increase in revenue quarter-on-quarter.
Icelandic maritime GSM provider On Waves has been awarded a fleet wide contract to install mobile phone systems for all vessels of both Louis Dreyfus Lines and Transmanche Ferries.
Users of Inmarsat satellite systems should take note that changes to the telephone dialling codes for the company’s satellite services are set to come on line at the end of 2008, with all Inmarsat-based numbers to change to a +870 prefix.
Friday, 05 December 2008 | News

Stratos ChatCard 5.0 comes Online

Stratos has introduced a new ChatCard Online 5.0 service to improve the order-processing performance of its ChatCard and eChatCard maritime crew calling applications.
Friday, 05 December 2008 | News

Odebrecht opts for SIS

Star Information Systems (SIS) has won a contract to supply its full package of integrated systems for offshore operators to Brazilian contractor Odebrecht Oleo e Gas LTDA, which will implement the systems on two drill ships in 2011.
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