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German tanker adds BlueCORE software

Sea IT has agreed a deal to install and manage a new ICT solution for the tanker Wappen von Nurnberg, part of the Hamburger Lloyd fleet.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}Hamburger Lloyd operates 15 container ships, four chemical tankers (IMO-II) and one bulk carrier, and is based in Hamburg, Germany. The system to be used on the Wappen von Nurnberg is called BlueCORE, developed by Sea IT for the maritime industry.

“It is very exciting to see how the new, marine ICT platform BlueCORE from Sea IT will benefit the business operations of Hamburger Lloyd,” said Joakim Franzén, quality and vetting manager at AS Agents to Owners.

“Imagine the operational cost savings as a result of the BlueCORE installation, not just on a few vessels, but across the whole fleet. Add further benefits such as increased vessel security and much easier IT management and it is easy to see that Hamburger Lloyd will gain a competitive edge in the shipping industry.”

BlueCORE is currently in use on approximately 200 vessels of various types across the world.{/mprestriction}

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