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Seacor Offshore expands use of planned maintenance software

  • Tuesday, 03 May 2011 | News

Marine Software has supplied Dubai based Seacor Offshore with its Marine Planned Maintenance - MPM package, for installation aboard Seacor's latest diesel electric DP-2 anchor handler 'John Coghill'.

The 2,174 gt vessel is currently operating in Ghana.

Seacor Offshore has also commissioned Marine Software to assist with data migration services based on an existing Seacor Offshore MPM lead database, along with scheduling planned maintenance start dates to coincide with the final software installation date.

Seacor Offshore currently operates the MPM software on a fleet of 42 vessels of varying types, where most are technically managed from its Dubai office.

Satellite office systems have also been installed in Singapore and Qatar to manage planned maintenance for Far East and Middle East operations, enabling regular vessel maintenance status updates to be received.

"We have been operating the Marine Planned Maintenance software for many years as this continues to offer us a simple, yet effective way of managing fleet planned maintenance across all West Africa, Far East and Middle East business operations," said Seacor Offshore, in a statement.

"System simplicity is also very key for us as this ensures that non IT skilled crew are able to update the system with ease."

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