LMS Supplies Electronics Package For Chem Tanker

Tuesday, February 06, 2001
Litton Marine Systems (LMS) has supplied bridge electronics and communications systems for a new chemical tanker under construction for Stolt Tankers at the Ujanic Shipyard in Croatia. The 36,700 dwt chemical tanker, scheduled for delivery in January 2001, has been fitted with a complete Litton Vision 2100 integrated bridge system (IBS) with Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS) meeting DNV Watch 1 certification. Litton is also installing the ship's GMDSS communications suite and Litton's IMO-approved Voyage Data Recorder (VDR). The ship's hull was constructed at a shipyard in France, and was moved to the Ujanic Shipyard for outfitting and delivery to the customer.
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