STENERSEN Chartering Selects Veson Nautical's IMOS

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

BOSTON, MA and OSLO, Norway – March 30, 2011 –Veson Nautical, the premier provider of maritime commercial management and trading software solutions, today announced that Oslo-based Stenersen Chartering AS, the commercial arm of Rederiet Stenersen AS of Bergen, Norway has purchased Veson Nautical’s IMOS (Integrated Maritime Operations System). Veson Nautical’s IMOS6 software will now manage chartering, operations, and voyage accounting related functions for Stenersen Chartering’s fleet.

“We selected Veson Nautical over the competition because IMOS most effectively fulfilled our requirements for a configurable, flexible commercial marine system. Further, IMOS6 is designed to connect seamlessly with our existing software systems, which will dramatically improve our organization’s ability to work effectively across departments,” remarked Lars Rinde, Managing Director for Stenersen Chartering. “With the installation of IMOS, we will increase overall efficiencies through its optimized business processes.”

Stenersen Chartering’s product tanker fleet numbers approximately 17 vessels, which vary in size from 13,000-19,000 dwt. The company is a premier carrier of refined oil products such as gasoline, jet fuel, naphtha and diesel oil. Stenersen Chartering manages tanker chartering and operations.

“We are honored to have been selected by Stenersen Chartering and look forward to helping them further their strong commitment to customer service, safety, and environmental responsibility,” said Tomas Hozman, Commercial Director Europe, Veson Nautical.

 

Source: Veson Nautical
 

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