ChartWorld Notices to Mariners Managing Tool

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Thursday, November 14, 2013
ChartWorld eNtM

ChartWorld eNtM delivers digital Notices to Mariners (NtMs) on a weekly basis. The service includes paper chart tracings and corrections for all other publications previously delivered in the paper NtM format.

eNtM is integrated with ChartWorld’s digital chart catalogue ChartBrowser. The outstanding user-friendliness of the tool, combined with low volume data transmission and attractive monthly fees, is a breakthrough method on the market. Each vessel is provided with a complete database of digital NtMs of the last three years. This enables the crew to autonomously manage its paper chart and nautical publications inventory aboard. eNtM can be used as a stand-alone product or along with the compliant eSeries service, ChartWorld’s solution for ECDIS.

ChartWorld’s sales director Stephan Dimke commented, “ChartWorld eNtM is designed for professional navigation, in an intuitive and consistent manner. We want to help the officer on board to work more efficiently and enhance safety on board. With eNtM ChartWorld is offering the cheapest digital NtM solution in combination with the lowest data volume rate. ChartWorld is offering free trials for each shipping company so that you can convince yourself of our superior service.”

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