TORM Chooses Transas Dual ECDIS

Press Release
Monday, February 11, 2013

TORM has chosen Transas Marine as an ECDIS supplier for five of its vessels. Navi-Sailor 4000 Dual ECDIS will be installed on five L-Class Tankers. Transas Marine will also supply and install a 'Back of the Bridge' station on each of the five vessels, and the vessels will thereby obtain three fully operational ECDIS stations. Transas Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS 'Back of the Bridge' planning station is based on the 24'' Panel PC. It includes Navi-Planner with full voyage plan functionality and ECDIS Software.
 

Installation has been completed on the vessel "TORM LOUISE", and the remaining four vessels will be equipped in the following months.
 

In addition, Transas Marine has upgraded eight other TORM vessels to the latest hard and software versions.
 

http://www.transas.com

 

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