Germanischer Lloyd (GL) has announced that China Shipping Container Lines (CSCL) has rolled out a trim optimisation software developed by its consultancy unit on eight vessels and has signed an agreement to deploy it on another eight.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) has announced that it has now added two final digital navigational charts to its AVCS portfolio to complete coverage of the South China Sea.
SpecTec has agreed a deal to proceed with an AMOS installation project for Shanghai Jinjiang Shipping Co. Ltd (JJ Shipping).
WR Systems (WR) reports that it has agreed a number of new construction contract awards to supply multiple ship sets of its Emsys emissions monitoring system to shipyards in China and Korea.
Vessel optimisation company Eniram has initiated a partnership with Headway Technology of Qingdao, China, a company involved in R&D, manufacturing and sales of marine technology.
Furuno Shanghai reports that it has begun providing Furuno type specific ECDIS training for the Chinese market, the sixth training facility to join the Furuno NavSkills training network.
GL Maritime Software reports that it has agreed two new deals in China and Germany, for its GL HullManager and GL MachineryManager software respectively.
Transas’ office in China has agreed a contract to supply four complete bridges to newbuild vessels being constructed for PaxOcean Engineering Pte Ltd.
Beam Communications reports that it has received an initial order worth US$170,000 from a China-based satellite communications company for its Oceana range of Inmarsat-powered vessel phones.
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