Spectec Supplies Tanterska Plovidba

Monday, October 19, 2009
Photo courtesy SpecTec

Tankerska Plovidba has eight new buildings on order with deliveries in 2010 and 2011. Recently, two separate agreements have been made with SpecTec Limited, for the supply of AMOS software and databases for two new buildings in Jiangsu Eastern Shipyard PRC and two new buildings in SPP Shipyard Korea. Two leading vessels will be delivered in January 2010.

Planned Maintenance and Purchasing across the fleet of Tankerska Plovidba has been powered by AMOS software since June 1997. Presently, a fleet of 10 Crude Oil Carriers, with a total dead weight tons (DWT) of over 1.5 million and six Dry Bulk Carriers are all equipped with AMOS Maintenance & Purchase (M&P). All vessels are replicating data with AMOS system in their Head Office in Zadar, Croatia.
 

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