Hull Monitor added to Bluetracker

The new Hull Monitor offers KPI analysis The new Hull Monitor offers KPI analysis

Navis has added a new Hull Monitor module to its fleet performance management software Bluetracker, to be used to track degradation in hull performance resulting from self-polishing, fouling or damage.

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