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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Reinauer Selects JMS for Barge Fleet

August 25, 1999

JMS Naval Architects & Salvage Engineers has nearly completed CargoMax installations for all of Reinauer Transportation's fleet of oil transportation barges. This is in alignment with the recent installation of Reinauer's operations/tracking transportation system, TBSS and general activity in computerizing operations. The CargoMax loading software program allows Reinauer to more efficiently and effectively plan barge loading arrangements of varying cargoes and destinations. CargoMax enables Reinauer to calculate complex cargo arrangements while ensuring the vessel's strength, stability and trim are maintained within acceptable guidelines. Because CargoMax shares the same data format as the salvage engineering software, HECSALV, Reinauer is also able to ensure significantly increased salvage engineering response time in the event of a salvage incident.


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