UK-based Marine Software reports that it has completed the supply of its MPMWin - Marine Planned Maintenance system to Coastal Shipping Limited, for implementation on the shipping company’s latest vessel, Sten Fjord.
Following successful trials on the Iceni Conquest, UK-based AST Marine Sciences Ltd (MSL) has been awarded a contract to install its iRAMS remote vessel management package and AST-Planned Maintenance System software on board the Iceni Marine Services’ fleet of vessels.
Logimatic has announced that it is expanding the vessel reporting system and dynamic dashboards within its Sertica software package, to provide an improved level of visual presentation of shipboard data and move towards offering what it calls a ‘3D’ vessel performance management service.
SpecTec has announced an educational partnership with the Naval Architecture Faculty of the University of Split, which will see the software provider’s AMOS system donated to the University for use by students.
Two ClassNK software packages, CMAXS PMS and CMAXS SPICS, have been installed on two ships managed by Manila-based Rosy Star Ocean Vessels Management, the first installation of the applications by shipping companies outside of Japan.
UK based AST Marine Sciences has agreed a contract to install its AST-Planned Maintenance System software on board the CWind fleet of vessels.
Software developer Helm Operations reports that it has signed up 15 commercial maritime companies to use its planned maintenance and compliance software, Helm CONNECT, over the last two months.
UK-based Marine Software reports that it has supplied Global Marine Services (GMS) in the UAE with its planned maintenance and storekeeper software packages, for management of the DP-2 vessels AHTS Excelsior and AHTS Warrior.
Wärtsilä has signed a predictive analytics maintenance agreement with GasLog LNG Services, lasting three to five years, to manage operational reliability for GasLog's seven 155,000 cbm LNG carriers.
UK based Marine Software reports that it has supplied Gosport Ferry with its OPMWin - Office Planned Maintenance system to streamline maintenance planning for the company’s Class IV, V and VI passenger ferries.
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