RoRo Operator Joins ShipServ

Thursday, April 06, 2006
Grimaldi Group Naples, has become ShipServ's 53rd member. They are also its first Italian shipping company client. Grimaldi Group Naples, which includes Grimaldi Compagnia di Navigazione, Atlantica di Navigazione, INARME, Malta Motorways of the Sea and Atlantic Container Line, has 47 vessels with another 12 on order. The Group is known for its purchasing organization and procedures, which has enabled it to achieve substantial efficiencies over the years. Grimaldi is a long time user of SpecTec AMOS Maintenance & Purchase system and it is the first SpecTec client to become a member of ShipServ TradeNet since SpecTec and ShipServ announced their new partnership in March. Coletta has used his past experience to select the most professional and best developed solution in the market place, and this also explains why Amos at Grimaldi is one of the most advanced installations of its kind in shipping. He is planning to give lectures on his experience, first time at the IMPA-supported Marine Purchasing Seminar, 26-27 April in London. It is expected that due to the highly developed interface (Amos e-commerce module) between SpecTec AMOS and TradeNet, ShipServ’s e-commerce platform, Grimaldi will be switched on and trading two weeks from the start of the project.
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