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Customers accessing drydocking services, databases and the predictive drydocking technology will be complemented by services for the supply of marine equipment and spare parts.

Carsten Bullemer, managing director, said: “The cooperation with opens the door for’s global users to the constantly growing reservoir of Asian manufacturers and suppliers, providing them with an even larger portfolio of opportunities. benchmarking tools also provides’s users with more transparency in the complex, dynamic field of equipment manufacturers and supplier services.”

“ platform maintains a dominant position with marine equipment manufacturers particularly in the top shipbuilding nations of China, Korea and Japan. We see synergies through the cooperation with for complete digital delivery of drydocking with marine spare parts services especially for Asian- built tonnage,” said Leo Liu, chief operating officer at

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