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Items filtered by date: October 2020

Australian freight forwarder and global logistics business, Seaway has selected the London based logistics software solution Shipamax to automate data capture for its Bill of Lading and AP Invoice document types.  

Predictive Maritime Intelligence company Windward has collaborated with Vortexa, the energy analytics company using AI, to exchange maritime data in order to provide greater visibility into compliance and risk factors associated with physical trading and chartering activities in the global tanker fleet.

Supply chain disruption due to container rollovers at leading transshipment ports eased marginally for shippers in September compared to August. However, the ratio of rollovers remained far higher compared to a year earlier at most hubs, according to Ocean Insights, a real-time and predictive ocean container tracking data provider to forwarders and shippers.

“K” Line Group subsidiary “K” Line Energy Ship Management (K-ENE) and Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) “SETAGAWA” managed by K-ENE have been accredited by Class NK for Cyber Security Management System (CSMS).

Marlink has connected a record number of vessels in a single month and extended its global Installation Quality Assurance Program (iQAP) to more than 260 trained personnel in more than 100 ports.

Hunter Group, a VLCC owner/operator based in Norway, has formally commenced collaboration with Nautilus Labs, KONGSBERG, DNV GL and OSM to boost Hunter’s focus on vessel operational excellence by achieving a greener supply chain operation.

A new digital partnership to create an innovative and advanced asset management system is being launched by James Fisher Asset Information Services (AIS) and Manchester-based tech company SRO Solutions, representing IBM’s Maximo software in the marine industry.

Wärtsilä Voyage will supply two of its advanced cloud-based simulation solutions to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy (MMA) in the USA under a one-year agreement. This will allow cadets at the Academy to continue receiving safe and effective navigational training, despite restrictions imposed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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ShipServ launches new trading platform

ShipServ has launched a new platform to help maritime buyers and suppliers reduce the complexities of maritime trade and increase visibility around suppliers’ sustainability credentials and performance.

METIS Cyberspace Technology SA has signed an agreement to join a group of certified application providers to offer a dedicated application for Inmarsat’s Fleet Data service customers.

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