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Stolt picks Palantir for IT infrastructure Featured

Stolt Tankers has appointed Norwegian service provider Palantir to design, implement and support a common IT infrastructure for its whole fleet of 85 deep-sea and regional vessels.

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Palantir says that the new system will be built on its KeepUp@Sea solution and delivered as a managed service.

“The KeepUp@Sea solution from Palantir serves all the overall objectives for our project and will add value to our services on board our vessels,” said Peter Koenders, chief information officer in Stolt-Nielsen Business Technologies.

“Palantir is our partner of choice because they provide a unique, comprehensive and proven solution, with many years of operational experience at major shipping companies.”

Additional deliveries covered by the agreement include hardware, logistics, roll-out and migration services onboard the vessels.

“Given the flexibility in the KeepUp@Sea solution, future upgrades and changes will be deployed from a single point onshore, again leading to reduced travel costs and improved efficiency for Stolt Tankers,” said Mr Koenders.



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