Total Marine Solutions (TMS) and TGM Fleet & Consulting Services (TGM) have signed a memorandum of understanding to support the integration of port specific information into TMS’ Ocean Guardian product.
Maritime software developer Prevention at Sea reports that it has signed two new Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs), with e-Learning company SQLEarn and mooring systems firm Katradis Marine Ropes, to explore ways of leveraging their respective capabilities to deliver new products to the shipping sector.
Maritime e-procurement company Kinnetik Solutions has announced a new agreement with Tero Marine to integrate its Cloud-based purchasing system with the TM Master fleet management software package.
Bureau Veritas has announced a new partnership deal with bluester, linking its digital platforms with the bluester online marketplace and providing independent vendor qualification services to bluester users.
Wärtsilä and Cargotec have respectively announced partnerships with two separate maritime startup accelerator programmes, to support the development of new technologies for the shipping and logistics sectors.
Maritime satcom provider Marlink has announced two new partnerships with We4Sea and Transmetrics, to expand its portfolio of digital services for shipping clients and assist them in improving fuel efficiency and reducing operating costs.
V.Group has announced a tie-up with management consultancy Accenture to develop a new project called Embark, which aims to enhance crew management through the introduction of an in-house shared services model which leverages technology to optimise key processes.
Rolls-Royce reports that it has signed a new agreement with Associated British Ports (ABP) and global towage operator Svitzer, part of the Maersk Group, to develop a range of digitisation and ship intelligence systems for use in port operations.
A.P. Moller-Maersk and IBM have announced the launch of their new blockchain venture TradeLens, following on from the companies’ January announcement of their intention to work together to leverage blockchain technologies to improve the efficiency of the global supply chain.
Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has announced a deal to make Amazon Web Services (AWS) its preferred Cloud services provider as it continues development of its smart ship and autonomous vessel programmes.
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