Veson combines products to create single online platform

Veson Nautical has announced the introduction of Veslink IMOSlive, an end-to-end shipping platform optimised for the web that combines the company’s existing IMOSlive Cloud infrastructure with the web access and partner connectivity of its online Veslink systems.

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