Norwegian company EVRY AS has announced the termination of its ‘MarineLink from EVRY’ eCommerce product. As a result, the management team at MarineLink has moved to set up a new company of their own to offer cloud based maritime procurement and related services, to be called Kinnetik Solutions.
Stavanger-based ship owner and operator Simon Møkster Shipping has agreed a new deal for EVRY's MarineLink e-commerce service, the companies report.
Dutch shipping company, Wagenborg Shipping has expanded its use of e-commerce after agreeing a new three-year deal to use the MarineLink service from EVRY.
Oslo based BW Fleet Management has signed a new three-year contract with maritime e-commerce provider EVRY, the companies report, to extend use of its services as part of a ‘parallel integration’ of different providers.
Maritime e-commerce provider EVRY reports that it has become the first in the industry to fully offer the European EHF and PEPPOL electronic invoicing standards.
EVRY has announced that its e-commerce service MarineLink has two new integrated buyers, Bibby Ship Management in the UK and Aker BioMarine Antarctic in Norway.
Evry’s MarineLink has announced that it has upgraded its SupplierOnline e-commerce software system for the maritime industry.
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