Marine Software to Supply Maintenance System for Hebridean Spirit

Thursday, August 22, 2002
U.K. based software house Marine Software Ltd was commissioned by Hebridean Island Cruises to set up their Marine Planned Maintenance system for the M.V Hebridean Spirit from existing AMOS D data and was delivered as a complete working system. Midocean ( IOM ) Ltd, who manage on behalf of the Delmas Group, have continued with installing Marine Software s Marine Purchasing System on their various container and Ro-Ro managed Delmas vessels Patricia Delmas, Roland Delmas, Suzanne Delmas, Rokia Delmas, Catherine Delmas, Roxane Delmas, Veronique Delmas, Kamina Delmas and Kariba Delmas. This now takes the number of vessels operating Marine Purchasing to 13 and also compliments Marine Planned Maintenance and Marine Storekeeper already installed on these vessels. Marine Software have also successfully supplied and installed Marine Purchasing System for Windows on Stena Line’s RoRo freight vessels Flanders, Freeway and Ideway operating on the Felixstowe/Europort route. Office Purchasing for Windows was also supplied to Felixstowe office facilitating the ordering process, importing requisitions from all three vessels. Marine Software’s African agency has continued with the installation program for Seabulk International’s offshore support vessels, Seabulk Treasure Island, Seabulk Rooster, Seabulk Snipe and Seabulk Giant .
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