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Global Shipping Business Network (GSBN) has incorporated in Hong Kong and has officially started its operations to help accelerate the digital transformation of the shipping industry.

Provider of port management information software Innovez One has signed a multi-year contract with R W Marine Services, the Singapore sea transportation operator, to digitise its fleet operations.

Maritime training expert SeaBot XR is teaming up with the UK’s Royal Navy, and other stakeholders, to identify the necessary skills and competencies for the emerging Maritime Autonomous Surface Ship (MASS) sector. 

Danish ship technology specialist Danelec Marine and TeamViewer, a global provider of secure remote connectivity solutions, have completed trials of an innovative, low-cost and simple to deploy system for ship data transfer and remote access.

Evitalz and Inmarsat have signed an agreement for Evitalz to join the fast-growing group of certified application providers to offer a dedicated application for Inmarsat’s Fleet Connect service.

Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has announced that a growing number of maritime bodies in Canada, ranging from Canadian Marine Training Institutes to the Canadian Coast Guard, are using its cloud-based simulation solutions as a vital part of their education and training programmes.

Maritime e-marketplace Moscord has partnered with Denmark’s digital commerce firm, Impact, to create Apollo, a backend solution that streamlines product ordering, payment and fulfilment into one simple, seamless action.

Speedcast has successfully completed its restructuring process and emerged from chapter 11 proceedings under the ownership of Centerbridge Partners, L.P. Following Centerbridge’s USD $500 million equity investment in the company, Speedcast now has a clean balance sheet with no secured debt and a healthy cash balance, optimally positioning it as a stable, long-term partner for its employees, customers and vendors.

SpaceX has asked the Federal Communications Commission to authorise connecting its Starlink satellite internet service to moving vehicles, including ships and aircraft.

MESPAS has announced that its procurement software will be available free of charge to purchasers. 

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