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Oceanic Marine Management begins optimisation pilot project

Roine Ahlquist, Oceanic Marine Management Roine Ahlquist, Oceanic Marine Management

Tufton Oceanic’s asset management company Oceanic Marine Management (OMM) has announced a pilot project with Lloyd’s Register (LR), covering optimisation of maintenance strategies on two vessels in the OMM fleet and the development of a strategy to implement Condition Based Monitoring technologies.

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