Maritime e-marketplace Moscord has partnered with Denmark’s digital commerce firm, Impact, to create Apollo, a backend solution that streamlines product ordering, payment and fulfilment into one simple, seamless action.
Kongsberg Digital and Yxney, an energy efficiency specialist who helped customers achieve combined savings of more than 60,000 tonnes of CO2 in 2020, have teamed up to offer shipowners and operators a unique tool for fleet energy management.
Lloyd’s Register (LR) has acquired the C-MAP commercial marine business from Navico Group.
Stream Marine Training (SMT) and global recruitment provider Stellamar have formed a strategic partnership to improve seafarers’ career prospects and training needs.
Mitsui O.S.K. Line (MOL) and Silicon Valley-based AI technology start-up, Bearing, have announced an expansion of their partnership that began in 2019 to improve ship efficiency using artificial intelligence (AI).
Maritime analytics and data firm, GateHouse Maritime, has signed a contract with Satlock, a Columbian-based tech company providing value chain transparency and intelligence.
Høglund has signed a new agreement with South African electronics and satellite communications expert, Mackay Marine, to widen Høglund’s offering of advanced maritime solutions.
Predictive Intelligence company, Windward, and Danish bank, Danske Bank, have entered into a partnership designed to digitalise and automate parts of Danske Bank’s financial crime compliance controls.
Voyager Worldwide and Baker, Lyman & Co, one of the oldest distributors of Admiralty and NOAA navigation charts and publications in the USA, have announced a new partnership to provide Voyager navigation software solutions to Baker Lyman customers ahead of the retirement of the UKHO’s ADMIRALTY e-Navigator Planning Station and ADMIRALTY Gateway e-chart updating software on January 29 2021.
The Republic of Panama, a country with the largest registered vessels fleet, is digitalising its application system through a partnership with Marine Online. This move is expected to deliver a significant reduction on travelling and waiting time required to visit the embassy to authenticate the seafarers’ certificates of competency for safe embarkation.
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