Hapag-Lloyd is to begin a pilot programme to carry out the first real-world trials of the XVELA cloud-based vessel stowage and collaboration platform. Hapag-Lloyd is the first ocean carrier to sign on to the pilot.
Ship management company Norbulk Shipping is moving towards operating ‘paperless ships’, as it migrates its IT systems to the Cloud.
U-Ming Marine Transport Corporation, a marine transportation company headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, has agreed a deal with Ericsson to deliver end-to-end connected vessel and voyage optimisation solutions.
UK-headquartered Pole Star has launched a new cloud application platform, with the long term aim of facilitating the creation of “a universal maritime ecosystem.”
Nordic Tankers has signed a fleet agreement for the Marorka Online energy management system.
MarineCFO has announced the launch of its new Endurance software system, a Cloud-based version of the company’s existing MarineCFO Enterprise Solution.
Danelec Marine reports that it will be heading up an integration-focused working group as part of the EU’s EfficienSea2 maritime innovation project, which aims to improve safety and increase efficiency at sea.
iMarine Software has released the latest version of its SeaProcurement (SeaProc) tool, adding new features for contracts, search, and vendor markets, as well as a configurable dashboard.
Danish company C-Alarm has announced that its digital notification service will now be available free of charge, allowing mariners to set up reminders ahead of the expiration of certificates and other documentation.
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