Marine Software Delivers

Thursday, May 23, 2002
U.K. based software house Marine Software Limited has delivered Marine Purchasing Systems for Windows to Midocean ( IOM ) Ltd, for the Saint Roch, Rosa Delmas and the Ursula Delmas. Midocean manages these vessels on behalf of the Delmas group. This delivery comes after successful evaluation of an initial test ship to ensure that Midocean’s demanding purchasing requirements were met. This brings the total delivered to four out of the seventeen managed. Wah Kwong Ship Management ( Hong Kong ) Ltd have also taken delivery of both our Marine Planned Maintenance and Office Planned Maintenance systems. This software is to streamline the maintenance on board the Flora Delmas after recently being delivered to the Delmas group. The Natural Environment Research Council’s research ship unit, based in Southampton, has taken delivery of Marine Storekeeper for windows for the RRS Discovery. This now compliments Planned Maintenance Systems installed and operating on both RRS Discovery , and the RRS Charles Darwin. Seabulk Offshore International have also taken delivery of Marine Planned Maintenance for Windows for their vessel ' Seabulk Hawaii ' operating in the UAE. NATO, SACLANT Undersea Research Centre has taken delivery of Marine Planned Maintenance for Windows for the research vessel Leonardo which will be operating from La Spezia, Italy. Mctay Marine, based in Brombrough, who also set up the planned maintenance system, is delivering the Leonardo to NATO.
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