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Dualog Connection Suite for TORM Featured

Walter Hannemann (TORM) Walter Hannemann (TORM) photo by Billy Jacobsen

Dualog today announced that Danish-based shipping company TORM has chosen its Connection Suite as its maritime communications solution.

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Headquartered in Copenhagen TORM operates a fleet of approximately 100 modern vessels in global trade.

“Dualog provides the most comprehensive set of services that match our requirements,” said Walter Hannemann, head of Vessel IT & Navigation. This includes, amongst other things, file transfer, crew e-mail, business e-mail and internet optimisation.

“It is no longer a question of whether it is important for maritime personnel to have access to the Internet at all times. It is a fundamental requirement,” he said. “And it’s not only for the crew. Our business can benefit directly from a fully online fleet.”

“With Dualog Connection Suite we can easily manage on-board networks from shore,” Mr Hannemann added. “We now have integrated and standardised management services for everything from business e-mail to the control and optimisation of internet traffic.”

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