Consilium Navigation AB Acquires BSH Approval

Tuesday, October 09, 2001
Sweden-based company, Consilium Navigation AB has recently acquired BSH (Bundesamt fur Seeschiffahrt und Hydrographie) type approval for their voyage data recorder system, VDR M2.

Consilium Navigation AB is the first company to acquire Type Approval with BSH, and is also one of the first companies offering type-approved Voyage Data Recorders, establishing its leading role within VDRs

New orders have also been received lately, including VDR deliveries to China National Offshore Shipping Company, NITC, Sun Cruises and Euroceanica.

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