SpecTec, China Merchants Energy Shipping Contract

Monday, April 06, 2009


SpecTec has signed an agreement to deliver its AMOS2 Enterprise Suite to China Merchants Energy Shipping Co Ltd, one of China's largest shipping companies.

The signing of the contract took place on the 13th of March in Hong Kong between SpecTec CEO Giampiero Soncini, and China Merchants Energy Shipping Deputy General Manager Mr. Y.Q. Huang.

The contract includes the delivery of a total of 26 AMOS2 systems to existing ships, followed by the delivery of an additional 16 systems for the newbuilding expansion plan of China Merchants Energy Shipping.

Following this contract, SpecTec will expand its operations and staff in Hong Kong to better serve the needs of the local shipping community. SpecTec also operates an office in Shanghai, dedicated to the translation of the AMOS system and relevant manuals in Chinese, as well as to the customization and support activities.

In 2009, SpecTec will dedicate concentrated efforts in Asia Pacific to expand all its sales and support activities in that Region.

(www.spectec.net)

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