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Dutch shipping company rolls out Veson cloud solution

The Veslink IMOS Platform The Veslink IMOS Platform

Rotterdam-based shipping and forwarding company Hudig & Veder has selected Veson Nautical’s Veslink IMOS Platform (VIP) to provide end-to-end functionality, standardised workflows, and easy access to data to assist with Hudig & Veder’s digital transformation strategy.

 

The Veslink IMOS Platform provides insight on business operations and efficiency. It delivers information on voyage management, chartering, financials, bunker management, business intelligence, voyage reporting, and more. 

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}“Our partnership with Veson represents a complete transformation of our current way of working,” stated Jon Scholten, senior ship broker at Hudig & Veder. “The system will transform our workflows from labor-intensive into a smooth and efficient operation, enabling our team to focus on assisting our customers in the best way possible and finding profitable cargoes for our vessels.”

“The Veslink IMOS Platform supports our complete process on the commercial, operational, and financial side,” said Thom Lems, project manager, IT at Hudig & Veder. “It will help us to reduce our high quantities of daily email, streamline manual processes, eliminate duplicate data entry, and improve connection between our departments.” 

“It is exciting to work alongside Hudig & Veder as they develop and evolve their digital strategy,” commented Robert Bewick, Commercial Manager at Veson Nautical. “We at Veson are looking forward to helping them realise the full impact of their new solution.”

“We are eager to see the impact of the new system, especially as we evolve our new IT strategy,” continued Lems. “Our digital course is clear for the future, and we recognize that it is a long voyage with many steps. The Veslink IMOS Platform, and our cooperation with Veson Nautical, is one step in the right direction.”{/mprestriction}

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