Wah Kwong Ship Management (HK) is to adopt DNV GL’s ShipManager integrated fleet management software package to assist in the management of its fleet of 26 vessels, and nine upcoming newbuilds.Wah Kwong says that it intends to use the new systems to optimise its operations through fleet-wide data collection and analysis across its bulk carrier, tanker and LPG ships.
Veson Nautical has announced the release of new software updates for its Integrated Maritime Operations System (IMOS) and Veslink packages.
Veritas Petroleum Services (VPS) and DNV GL have signed a cooperation agreement to develop a new module for DNV GL’s ECO Insight fleet performance management software.
Topaz Energy and Marine has agreed a deal with classification society ABS to become its fleet management software provider.
iDirect Asia is partnering with Singapore-based ST Teleport on a new vessel-location tracking and network-monitoring platform called Nautical.
Neste Shipping, a subsidiary of Finland-based Neste, has signed an agreement for the lease of energy management solutions from Marorka to improve the efficiency of Neste Shipping’s chartered tanker fleet.
BMT SMART has announced that it will debut its SMART FLEET shore-based management system at Nor-Shipping in Oslo next month.
Royston Diesel Power has launched a new version of its Enginei fuel management system, increasing the range of fuel, engine and voyage data used for onboard and shore-side analysis and optimisation.
ABB reports that German-based cruise operator AIDA has selected its EMMA energy monitoring and management system for use across the company’s 10 vessels, with a view to reducing energy costs and emissions across the entire fleet.
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