Napa Signs an Agreement with DSME

Press Release
Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Onboard-Napa Ltd. signed an agreement with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marube Engineering Co. Ltd.(DSME). The agreement specifies the co-operation with sales, model creation and delivery of the environment-friendly NAPA-DSME Power software for DSME designed vessels

DSME and Napa are both committed to environmental protection and ecological sustainability. “This co-operation strengthens our capability to provide our customers a software solution which covers current recommendations and future requirements for energy efficient planning of ship operation”, says Sebastian Sjöberg, Area Sales Manager at Onboard-Napa. “NAPA-DSME Power® is used to obtain the most optimal trim, route, speed profile, and engine configuration for any given voyage. In addition it includes a complete office platform which provides a quick overview of the fleet efficiency, including tools for detailed analysis of hull and engine performance and monitor achievement of Ships Energy Efficiency Management Plan.”

DSME is devoted to satisfying the needs of both customers and employees as a value-creating company that is committed in technological superiority, building environmentally safe vessels and on-time delivery. “NAPA-DSME Power® is a very important part of our Green Ship concept. It provides our customers the possibility to optimize the vessels complete operation and provides a platform covering all fuel and emission reporting requirements,” says Odin Kwon, Technical Director, Leader of Basic Design at DSME.

Source: Napa

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