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Oldendorff to implement BASS software

Dry-bulk operator Oldendorff Carriers has agreed a deal with Norwegian company BASS, to implement its software system.

Oldendorff Carriers currently controls a fleet of some 400 chartered and owned vessels operating across the globe.

BASS’s contract with Oldendorff Carriers comprises the complete BASSnet package of ten modules covering maintenance, procurement, dry-docking, safety, risk management, operations, crewing, payroll and services like database building and conversion.

“After a comprehensive comparison of the suppliers and their systems, the decision was clearly made in favour of BASS software because we think BASSnet is the fleet management suite in the market which best fits our requirements,” said Oldendorff Carriers fleet manager, Charles Jan Scharffetter.

“We are confident that BASS Software’s professional team will implement the complex project smoothly.”

Oldendorff joins other companies like Stolt Tankers, TMT, Pacific International Lines, APL, NYK Ship Management, “K” Line, CMA CGM, Lamnalco, Wilhelmsen Ship Management and Hapag-Lloyd in implementing the BASS software system.

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