ChartCo Adds Email Delivery

Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Photo Courtesy ChartCo/Image Line Communications

Following comprehensive trials Norddeutsche Reederei H. Schuldt (NRS) of Hamburg has confirmed that it will proceed with the installation of ChartCo services via email for its complete fleet. The order from NRS is the culmination of many months of development.

For over 10 years ChartCo has been delivering data direct to ships at sea using ChartCo Broadcast and more recently ChartCo Select via Internet. Now the addition of ChartCo Select via email offers all vessels complete flexibility in tailoring the service and delivery method to best suit their requirements.

As part of this agreement ChartCo will be providing data services to all vessels under the full technical management of Norddeutsche Reederei (NRS). The services provided will include ChartManager, which provides automatic reception of the weekly Notice to Mariners and chart corrections issued by the UK Hydrographic Office. The software provided as part of the solution allows vessels to manage their own corrections without recourse to shore-based providers. The service includes a full catalogue of navigation products allowing the vessel to manage and update its onboard outfit weekly.

(www.chartco.com)

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