Inatech has launched the cloud version of its fuel procurement software ShipTECH. This platform, which has existed as on-premise software for a year, is designed to help shipping lines cut their fuel costs by bunkering in ports where prices are lower and by streamlining the buying process.
Canadian group Eurocontrol has announced that its subsidiary Xenemetrics has introduced an onboard X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) analysis system.
PPG Protective and Marine Coatings (PPG) has reached the milestone of installing its SIGMACARE PLUS system, used for management of ship coatings, on 1,000 vessels.
FutureShip, the maritime consulting arm of Germanischer Lloyd (GL), reports it has provided EFNAV Company of Athens with its 1,000th SEEMP (Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan) system.
The Marorka Online system has added new functionality to make it fully compatible with Jotun’s Hull Performance Measurement Method (JHPMM) energy-management dashboard, according to the companies.
ABS has announced the release of a new Energy & Environmental Manager module for its NS5 Enterprise asset management software system.
Inatech is to launch a new Marine Solutions Unit that will offer real-time management systems for bunker operations.
Power and automation technology group ABB has introduced a number of new software applications for the marine market aimed at assisting in reducing fuel consumption.
Ten ultra large container ships under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries for APL are to feature a new design that aims to make them 20 per cent more fuel efficient per TEU compared with existing models.
Lloyd’s Register has created a performance optimisation service that aims to support shipowners, builders and designers who are looking to develop solutions that offer more efficient performance for new and existing designs, and retrofits for ships in service.
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