Cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line has signed up with e-procurement platform ShipServ to implement the company’s technology to support its 24 vessels under three brands – Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises.
Maritime software company MESPAS has added a new browser based application to its portfolio, for Supplier Business Management (SBM).
Shipping consultancy Drewry has announced the launch of its new e-Sourcing Ocean Freight Solution (eSOFS), which aims to assist in ocean freight sourcing activities.
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.
United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) has agreed a deal with ShipServ to use its software tools to manage e-procurement and sourcing activities.
iMarine Software has released the latest version of its SeaProcurement (SeaProc) tool, adding new features for contracts, search, and vendor markets, as well as a configurable dashboard.
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