C-MAP has announced an update to its Integrated Maritime Suite (IMS), with version 2.0 having been developed based on collaboration with customers to integrate a range of different voyage management tools.
DNV GL reports that it is launching a new Shore Monitoring module for its Navigator Port port clearance software, currently used by approximately 2,500 vessels.
NAPA reports that it has now made its electronic logbook system available as a monthly service, and integrated the application with the company’s NAPA Mobile system to support smartphone logbook entries wherever the crew are onboard.
US-based Dupre Marine Transportation has become the first company to go live with the newly-launched Helm CONNECT Personnel software for crew management and payroll, the companies report.
Zurich-based maritime software company MESPAS has launched a new web-based trading platform to link vessel operators and maritime suppliers, to increase efficiency in their procurement processes.
Euronav has begun the rollout of the SERTICA maritime software platform from Logimatic across its fleet of approximately 50 vessels, with the first ship in the programme now successfully installed.
Marine software company Helm Operations has launched a new partnership with AIS data services provider ShipTracks, which will see the firms integrate their platforms to allow users of the Helm CONNECT package of fleet management applications to access vessel location and route data provided by ShipTracks.
UK-based Marine Software Ltd has agreed a deal to supply its MPM - Marine Planned Maintenance for Windows software to Cemex UK Marine, for use in the operation of the newbuild vessel ‘CEMEX Go Innovation’.
Hanseaticsoft has released a new Garbage Disposals module for its Cloud Fleet Manager (CFM) web-based software platform, designed to assist shipping companies in keeping track of all waste, sewage and sludge disposals, across all vessels.
Foss Maritime has begun a company-wide project to centralise its fleet management on the Helm CONNECT marine software platform, as it looks to streamline its operations across core business units and wholly-owned subsidiaries along the US west coast, and in Hawaii and Alaska.
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