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Scaldis agrees software deal

Antwerp-based Scaldis Salvage and Marine Contractors has agreed a deal with Dutch company MirTac to implement the Star IPS fleet management system from Star Information Systems.

Scaldis Salvage and Marine Contractors performs projects involving marine-based heavy lifts, ranging from engineering, design and diving up to heavy-lifting, with a fleet consisting of the multipurpose sea-going heavy lift vessel Rambiz and the multipurpose sheerleg Norma.

“We were looking for an easy-to-use but complete software solution to meet our requirements for Quality, Environment, Health, Maintenance, Document and Purchase Management,” said Jules Schelkens, superintendent at Scaldis.

“The Star solution, combined with MirTac’s expertise, excelled in transparency, user friendliness and an outstanding knowledge of our business. With MirTac we will improve our maintenance and purchase processes and continue to comply with both our own and customer Quality standards.”

In addition to its existing vessels, Scaldis also expects a new heavy-lift vessel to be delivered in 2014.

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