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Tarbit to implement fleet management software package

Swedish tanker company Tarbit has signed a contract with Logimatic to implement the Sertica software system on board its entire fleet.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Tarbit currently operates 14 tankers and has two more on order, which will bring the total fleet to 16 vessels in 2017.

In particular, the software will be used to ensure compliance with safety initiatives, including the Tanker Management and Self Assessment (TMSA) programme from the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF), which is a tool to help vessel operators assess, measure and improve their safety management systems.

“With modules such as Sertica Inspection and Analytics, we are now able to continuously improve our tanker operations and fulfil all relevant industry demands even better than we are doing today. As an example, we can easily extract reports on our current status in relation to the TMSA stages,” said Joakim Hermansson, technical superintendent at Tarbit

Tarbit has signed up for the full range of SERTICA Fleet Management modules including maintenance, procurement, performance and HSQE, to have one system supporting most work processes and all internal workflows.

“We are pleased to announce this contract with Tarbit, who is actually our first customer in Sweden,” said Hans Christian Jensen, head of sales at Logimatic.

“During my many years in Logimatic, I have never experienced a potential maritime customer act so swiftly and efficiently in the decision-making process. I guess it was a perfect match between Tarbit and Sertica.”

“Our first project meeting took place only a few days after signing the contract and I am confident that implementation will be completed during 2017 as scheduled.”{/mprestriction}

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