Cobham Satcom announced today that its SAILOR 900 VSAT antenna has been chosen to equip 45 Maersk Supply Service vessels. The manufacturer also signed today a strategic partnership agreement with Furuno that will see it provide this Ku-/Ka-band antenna and its forthcoming SAILOR Global Xpress antennas for integration in Furuno’s maritime VSAT portfolio.
DNV GL this morning announced that Maersk Line has started the implementation of its ShipManager software system, with pilot testing on five vessels ahead of a scheduled 250 vessel roll-out next year.
The AHTV (Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel) Maersk Logger has fitted a new system from Royston to monitor fuel consumption during all phases of its operation.
Meteo Consult and Amarcon have received an order from Maersk Line to equip a minimum of 110 Maersk Line container vessels with SPOS Seakeeping, a route optimisation tool.
Maersk Training’s new centre in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is to implement integrated DP, navigation, and offshore operations simulators from Kongsberg Maritime.
Brazilian company Radiomar reports that it has passed the milestone of selling 100 units of its VSAT / Annex V systems, following a recent order from Maersk.
Maersk Line has reported that it has saved almost US$90 million through the use of its Maersk KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) system.
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