Maritime Software

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has announced that it has signed an agreement with Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding (MES) to jointly develop vessel monitoring and support systems which they hope to eventually offer to the wider maritime market.
Computer based training provider Seagull has released an update to its Crew Evaluation System (CES), with version 5.3.1 adding new STCW tests for Pure Car Carriers and offshore vessels.
Evergreen Line has teamed up with China-based online marketplace Alibaba.com to provide the site’s members with the option of booking sea freight services online with their purchases, offering guaranteed space and prices.
Kinnetik Solutions, a maritime e-Commerce company founded as a replacement for the discontinued MarineLink system, reports that it has now passed the milestone of having 5,000 online suppliers as it approaches the end of its third month in operation.
Online freight forwarder iContainers has launched a new instant notifications system to automatically provide information regarding the status of ocean freight shipments.
Lloyd's Register (LR) has launched the LR Unmanned Marine Systems Code, a goal-based code to assess unmanned marine systems (UMS) against a set of safety and operational performance requirements.
Sinochem has agreed two separate software deals to add new systems across its entire fleet of chemical tankers, having agreed a contract to implement DNV GL’s fleet management software ShipManager while also signing a long-term agreement with Seagull Maritime to deliver onboard training.
ClassNK reports that it will commence operation of its electronic certificate service for classification and statutory certificates from 15 June 2017, with the ClassNK e-Certificate service to initially be made available exclusively to Liberian-flagged vessels on the ClassNK register.
SeafarerHelp, a free confidential helpline for seafarers around the world run by the International Seafarers Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN), can now be contacted using mobile messaging app WhatsApp, the organisation has announced.
Wärtsilä and US-based cruise operator Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) have signed a renewal of their existing performance-based service agreement, under which Wärtsilä’s range of digital monitoring services will be deployed to ensure that the engines on board 10 NCLH cruise ships run at optimum performance levels.
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