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Nautilus Labs and OCEANKING announce strategic partnership

Nautilus Labs and OCEANKING have announced a partnership to jointly expand access to the Nautilus Platform in the Greek and Cypriot market to support shipowners and operators in decision making and voyage profitability.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} “Given our deep commitment to helping owners and operators build sustainable businesses in a highly competitive market, our partnership with Oceanking is key to ensuring Nautilus seamlessly grows its presence and delivers continuous client support in Greece,” said Leigh Jaffe, director of corporate development at Nautilus.

OCEANKING, based in Greece, provides integrated, technical services and solutions and is working closely with well-known suppliers of marine equipment. The company will represent Nautilus in the Greek market and connect shipowners/operators and the technology firm.

Carola Yannouli, general manager at OCEANKING, said: “Especially during these times, the shipping industry needs new technology partners to outcompete in the market. We’re excited to work with Nautilus and arm our clients with a decision support tool to take optimal actions when they matter most. We’re looking forward to a strong partnership and to helping shipping companies become more profitable and sustainable in the digitalisation era.”{/mprestriction}

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