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Korean Register updates fleet management software

Korean Register (KR) has launched the second edition of its fleet management software program ‘KR e-fleet v2’, which is now being made available free of charge to all of KR’s ship owning and operating customers, covering more than 3,000 vessels.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The first version of e-fleet, launched in March 2011, is used to deliver real time information to shipowners and operators, and assist them in their preparations for ship surveys and audits.

The new software version adds a range of online application functions, as well as an increased selection of content options and an improved interface. In addition, KR says it has also now completed the digitalisation of all previous paper documents submitted by shipowners, allowing for the integration of a fully searchable database to assist in managing ship survey and audit processes.

A new management function called ‘Survey Planner’ has also been added to support this process, providing survey information relating to a company’s entire fleet.

KR says it has created an additional platform for vessel greenhouse gas monitoring plans as part of its software development, to allow the class society to provide verification services in accordance with the new EU MRV regulations.

The report generated by the system will contain all of the monitoring and reporting data relating to that vessel’s CO2 emissions that is required by the regulations.

“The first edition of KR e-fleet was warmly welcomed by our customers, and we are pleased to launch this, the second edition, with enhanced and upgraded functionality, which will assist our customers even more,” said Lee Jeong-Kie, chairman and CEO of KR.

“Designed for their convenience and to support their efficient fleet management, we are now working to provide a cloud server for our clients in the US and Europe, which should be operational in the first half of 2018.”{/mprestriction}

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