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Shell agrees BMT simulator licence deal

Shell International Trading and Shipping Company (STASCo) has signed a contract with BMT which will see Shell purchase its own in-house licence to use BMT’s navigation simulator, REMBRANDT.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}STASCo has already used REMBRANDT as a project engineering support tool for several years, and has now purchased a desktop version with consoles that will allow the simulator technology to be used to support a range of projects involving navigation and ship-to-ship (STS) transfer operations.

The company’s current training facility will be expanded when STASCo relocates back to its international headquarters in London next year. 

“Having used BMT’s services for many years, we recognise the value in having access to the REMBRANDT simulator software in-house, to assist in feasibility studies at the early project phases and to support operational decision making and learning opportunities,” said Jim Brown, marine facilities manager at STASCo.{/mprestriction}

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