Marine Software Ltd in the UK reports that it has successfully supplied its Planned Maintenance, Stock Control and Purchasing software to Leighton Offshore.
VesselTracker GmbH, a provider of global coastal AIS data and maritime information, has agreed a partnership deal with space-AIS company exactEarth, under which VesselTracker will market services deploying exactAIS satellite data into the global commercial applications market through its web services platform.
ECDIS training company ECDIS Ltd reports that it has have completed delivery of ECDIS training courses to the crews of Condor Ferries.
Tidetech has released the results of simulations of its tidal optimisation system on coastal shipping routes, showing significant time savings on optimised voyages.
Superior Energy Services of Houston, Texas, has taken delivery of a new maritime training simulator from Kongsberg Maritime which will be used to provide integrated, real-time training for Superior’s offshore marine personnel at its new facility in Anchorage, Alaska.
Inmarsat has announced the first appointments to its global network of XpressLink dealers, with twelve companies to offer the service via sales teams based in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Boatracs and KVH report that they are to work together to deliver a communications service for small to medium sized businesses in the commercial workboat and fishing markets.
Tokyo-based company Marubeni has deployed a cloud-based shipping software system for chartering, vessel operations, and freight risk management from Triple Point Technology.
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