SpecTec Continues to Grow in Middle East

Press Release
Thursday, September 13, 2012

SpecTec in The Middle East has announced the signing of a first contract with Mubarak Marine LLC.


The contract which was agreed early in July is for the supply of AMOS2 Software. It includes one full office installation for the Mubarak Marine’s headquarter in Dubai and five Vessel installations. The software is expected to be installed onboard five Offshore Tugs vessels, in order to reduce operational complexity related to the Planning Maintenance System, help decrease the costs of the Procurement actions and give the due IT support to Dry Dock operations. Database consultancy is to be provided by the technical staff of SpecTec in the Middle East.


Mubarak Marine believes that an IT System is the ‘ace in the hole’ to expanding business in the international market because requirements and marine regulations continue to grow, especially in the Offshore and Oil&Gas fields.


The initial cooperation between SpecTec and Mubarak Marine is positive. Mubarak intends to gradually extend the implementation of AMOS2 Enterprise Suite for Crew Management, Payroll, Quality & Safety module to its entire fleet.


Mubarak Marine is a marine services organization based in Dubai providing services such as Offshore Towing, Salvage, Port Operations, Heavy Lift, Emergency Rescue and Response. The company offers a variety of vessels to suit the ever-growing needs of client base in the Middle East and beyond. From inception, Mubarak Marine fleet has grown to a great thirty three vessels and many new additions are scheduled for the rest of current year.

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