Atlantis, Hartmann Group Uses Amos2

Wednesday, March 11, 2009
SpecTec CEO Giampiero Soncini with Mr. Ferdinando Tognini, Head of Fincantieri Riva Trigoso shipyard

Hartmann Logistiks has taken delivery of the first of 12 AHT from Fincantieri of Italy. The vessel, Atlantis, is the first ship of the Hartmann Group which will be equipped with Amos2 Quality, Maintenance and Procurement. The contract, signed in 2008, represents a major breakthrough for SpecTec on the challenging German market.

Atlantis will operate in Egyptian waters on behalf of BP.

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