Teekay Offshore has renewed and expanded its VSAT connectivity agreements with Marlink for a further four years.
Teekay and NSSLGlobal have announced a four-year, multi-million enhanced contract to roll out enhanced communication and entertainment services on more than 100 vessels across Teekay’s fleet.
Teekay is to implement an improved vessel e-mail system across its 160-strong fleet, following the agreement of a new contract with Norwegian maritime IT company Dualog, the companies report.
A new series of four ‘smart’ shuttle tanker concept vessels being developed by Teekay are set to be fitted with Vessel Performance Management software from Wärtsilä subsidiary Eniram, alongside a range of other energy and emissions management systems and machinery, as part of a €110 million deal for Wärtsilä.
Teekay has extended its VSAT contract with Marlink covering its entire shuttle tanker fleet, with the communications systems set to receive an upgrade following this new deal.
Teekay has signed a new $4 million VSAT upgrade and contract extension with satellite communications provider NSSLGlobal, which will double the bandwidth speeds for both the onboard crew and operational network, and provide additional technical managed services to allow Teekay to roll out new fleet-wide applications.
Radio Holland reports that it has been awarded a 10-vessel Managed Service Agreement (MSA) from ALP Maritime Services BV, part of the Teekay Offshore group, to support the navigation and communications systems on board its ships.
Following the completion of a worldwide tender, Teekay Shipping has agreed a deal with ChartCo for the supply of digital and paper charts and publications, flag state documentation and onboard navigational management software to the company’s global fleet of more than 100 in-house managed vessels.
Canadian shipping company Teekay Corporation has renewed its contract with Propulsion Dynamics for its CASPER performance-monitoring service.
Telemar (UK) Ltd has landed a three-year contract with Canadian corporation Teekay to maintain bridge electronics on 90 ships operating from the United Kingdom, Brazil, Singapore and Norway. The deal is valued at approximately $8 million.
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