Admanthos Choses SpecTec

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Admanthos Shipping Agency Inc. has chosen SpecTec after reaching an agreement with their US office for the supply of AMOS2 Enterprise solution. Admanthos will use AMOS2 Maintenance & Purchase, AMOS2 Personnel and AMOS2 Quality to manage their Headquarter Office and four vessel fleet.

Admanthos, based in Stamford, Connecticut, provides technical management, new building site supervision, crewing, chartering, and the general administrative and financial functions for the ship owning company. Admanthos Shipping has specialized in clean petroleum products for the last 25 years.

Admanthos operates a fleet of double hull product tankers engaged in the world-wide spot market.

(www.spectec.net)

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