Ship Stability Software Upgraded

Thursday, December 13, 2001
Creative Systems, Inc., makers of GHS (General HydroStatics) ship stability software, has released version 8.0, a major update that incorporates many improvements, including a new on-sreen report preview. Shipments of the update to existing users with maintenance subscriptions are now complete. Others wishing to take advantage of these improvements, please contact Creative Systems directly. The company's onbard software, GHS Load Monitor (GLM) version 8.0, also has several new features which may be viewed at www.ghsport.com/glm.htm. Existing GLM installations wishing to update to the new version should contact their naval architects or Creative Systems. For more information e-mail sales@ghsport.com or visit www.ghsport.com/home.htm
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