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Unix Line agrees IT and comms maintenance deal

Singapore-based ship management company Unix Line has signed a maintenance contract with Alphatron Marine for its fleet of 42 vessels, supporting all navigation and communication equipment onboard.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Unix Line’s chemical tankers are fitted mainly with JRC bridge equipment, which Alphatron Marine specialises in, and the ships will be provided with vessel monitoring and helpdesk support as part of the deal.

Also included in the service agreement are annual health checks, annual surveys for GMDSS equipment and VDR, and worldwide service station access.

These services will be backed by Alphatron Marine’s Centres of Excellence in various global locations, with facilities in Tokyo, Singapore, Houston and Rotterdam.{/mprestriction}

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