HITS Selects AMOS for Six Ships

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

(L to R) Taufani S. Evandri, Legal & Insurance Manager; Srinivasan Chinta,

Project Manager SpecTec; Agus Darjanto, President Director; Bobby Andhika, Shipping

Director/COO; Agus Utomo, Assistant Manager - MIS Project Manager; Frederick Tong, SpecTec Singapore Sales Manager

 

SpecTec Asia Pacific – Singapore won a contract with PT. Humpuss Intermoda Transportasi Tbk., (HITS)  Indonesia to supply AMOS Business Suite solutions for six vessels, comprising four product tankers, a chemical tanker and a dry bulker, as well as the office site.

There is an option for another seven ships, based on the successful implementation on the initial six.

The project was officially kicked off June 2, 2008, and entailed a two-week Requirement Study into PT. Humpuss’s Business Processes, Work Procedures and Requirements Study for each department.

HITS is an international shipping company and part of Humpuss Group with fully integrated business lines covering a wide range of shipping transportation solutions including Technical Management, Crew Management and Ship Agency Services. Established in 1992, the company is one of Indonesia’s national shipping companies, and it owns and operates tankers for LNG, Oil, Chemical/Methanol, as well as container vessels, tugs and barges. The company has been listed on the Jakarta Stock Exchange since 1997, and is preparing to expand in the region.

HITS and its subsidiaries have about 855 employees, and is exploring the expansion of its business in the shipping industry, while seeing to improve its service quality, adding and upgrading its fleet of vessels and improving on its crew management expertise.

HITS concentrates on eight business sectors: Gas Transportation, Oil Transportation, Chemical Transportation, Industrial Coal Supply Chain, Dry Bulk Transportation, Crew Management Services, Ship Agency Services, and Technical Ship Management.  

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