A recently launched research project, partly funded by the EU, will look at creating a model for digitally managing the various maritime regulations emanating from international, European and national authorities.
Norwegian company Eye-share, which develops invoice automation software, reports that it has won new contracts with eight shipping companies during the first half of 2013.
Cargill reports that it has begun to use CargoDocs, an electronic bill of lading solution (eB/Ls), for agricultural shipments between South America and Europe.
Electronic Shipping Solutions (ESS) announced that its CargoDocs solution, which offers electronic bills of lading (eB/Ls), has now entered the dry bulk market, with Cargill using the system for a grain shipment between the United States and Mexico.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has announced that it will be making its publications on best practices for shipping companies available as eBooks from April 2013.
Regs4ships has announced the launch of the 17th flag product for its Digital Maritime Regulations Service.
Regs4ships Limited reports that it is set to launch the sixteenth flag based product for its Digital Maritime Regulations service.
Boatracs has formed a strategic partnership with maritime compliance consulting firm Maritime Compliance International, to collaborate in the development of a new electronic forms software product designed specifically for compliance management of the upcoming US Coast Guard 46 CFR Subchapter 'M' regulation.
Seagull has signed a licensing agreement with the International Shipping Federation (ISF), the employers’ association for shipowners, which will allow Seagull to utilise electronic versions of ISF Onboard Training Record Books.
The electronic versions of the books will be made available in conjunction with Seagull’s Competence Manager software.
The agreement grants Seagull the right to develop an electronic version of all four ISF Record Books and sub-licence these to ship operators who choose to use the Seagull Training Administrator program.
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office has agreed a deal to supply Warsash Maritime Academy in the UK with training licences for its full portfolio of Admiralty Digital Publications.
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