ABS Nautical Systems Signs Two New Contracts in Greece

(Press Release)
Monday, June 04, 2012

ABS Nautical Systems has signed two new contracts in Greece with Petrochem General Management S.A. and Opera S.A. for use of its NS5 Enterprise software.  

 

Both companies will take advantage of the ABS Newbuild Program which offers free software to ABS-classed vessels built after 1 January 2009.
 
Petrochem General Management S.A. will implement the Hull Inspection module on seven of its chemical carriers.  The Piraeus-based company was looking for a more user-friendly software solution that could integrate with its current Planned Maintenance System to provide advanced information sharing between its vessels and central office location.
 
Athens-based company, Opera S.A. wants to computerize its current in-house PMS system, and will implement the Hull Inspection and Maintenance Manager modules on two of its vessels and in one central office location.  

These modules will provide both companies the tools necessary to support equipment maintenance and hull integrity.
 

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