Spectec Announces Contract with Gungen Maritime

press release
Tuesday, October 11, 2011

SpecTec and Gungen Maritime and Trading A/S recently announced the signing of a contract for the migration of their AMOS BS system to the latest version of AMOS2 Enterprise Management.


After a series of fruitful meetings, last June the two companies renewed their long term mutually beneficial collaboration through the agreement which will lead the Turkish Shipping Company to the acquisition of the latest product of the AMOS Suite for its offices in Ankara and Istanbul as well as onboard the Vessels of the fleet. The provision set into the contract will be then extended to the two newbuildings soon to be delivered. 
 

The contract will see the two parties involved in the activities for implementing the AMOS2 system for the management of maintenance operations, material requisition and control of stocks onboard as well as procurement activity.  A further boost in the project development will be the migration of their AMOS BS Personnel Management to the upgraded AMOS2 Staff Management module. This module, in the latest version which will be implemented at Gungen, will include the newly released Time Sheets functionality, which provides the possibility to manage the Watch Keeper schedule onboard, and has been developed to optimize the human resources management and assist the Company to keep track of and act in conformity of all the existing regulations concerning crew management (STCW 95/2010, MLC 2006, OPA 90)
 

The AMOS2 System will be installed on board all units of the fleet, consisting of high-spec SUEZMAX type (150,000 dwt) crude oil tankers: two Vessels which Gungen already owns and operates, the Ottoman Nobility and Ottoman Equity, and two Vessels soon to be delivered, the Ottoman Integrity and Ottoman Tenacity. SpecTec is particularly proud to announce this renewed commitment with Gungen; a company characterized by a strong ethical dedication and considered an example for the whole Turkish shipping industry. Incorporated under Turkish flag, the company employs only Turkish personnel, this way contributing to the social and economic development of its country.
 

Gungen is a leader as for the quality of its operations: deep attention is paid to personnel training and education so to be able to provide for the whole management of the fleet, from design to crewing. In light of this vision, SpecTec will put the best of its effort and knowledge to help its partner improving and reinforcing its position as leader in the shipping industry.
 

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