E-Ships, Inc. Selects ABS-NS SafeNet Fleet Management Software

Monday, April 08, 2002
New York based E-Ships, Inc., which operates four container carriers, has contracted with ABS Nautical Systems for five modules from the company's suite of advanced SafeNet fleet management system software.

E-Ships, Inc. has contracted for the Maintenance & Repair, Inventory Control, Crew Management, ISM/STCW Compliance and Replication Manager modules of ABS NS SafeNet. According to ABS NS Senior Business Developer Joe Woods, this contract from E-Ships, Inc. is part of a growing trend by operators looking to replace in-house developed systems with a more powerful and fully integrated suite of IT products.

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