The Indonesian Ministry of Transportation is introducing a new regulation from August 20, 2019 that requires all Indonesian and foreign-flagged ships sailing in Indonesian waters to install and activate Automatic Identification System (AIS).
Maritime software provider BASS has agreed a deal with shipping company and shipyard PT Usda Seroja Jaya (Usda) in Indonesia, to deploy BASS applications in Usda offices to support its fleet of 70 tugs and barges and its shipyard operations.
Kongsberg Maritime reports that it has completed the delivery and installation of a set of new bridge simulators for Indonesia’s Ministry of Transportation.
Transas ECDIS has been selected for installation on board 20 Indonesian surveillance vessels, the company reports.
Alewijnse Marine Systems has agreed a deal to provide a complete electrical installation package for a second Indonesian naval frigate, having previously won a similar contract for another identical naval vessel.
The National Search and Rescue Agency for the Republic of Indonesia, Badan SAR Nasional, is to implement a range of Thuraya systems for use in its search and rescue efforts.
Software provider BASS reports that it has closed its second deal in Indonesia in less than a year, signing with new market entrant PT. Odyssey Shipping.
Norwegian software house Tero Marine has won a contract with Indonesian offshore company Logindo to implement software on several of its vessels.
Transas Marine Pacific and its local representative in Indonesia have been awarded new contracts to supply and install Vessel Traffic Management Systems for the Samarinda and Banjarmasin ports.
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