Telemar to Supply Broadband for Herm. Dauelsberg

Posted by Eric Haun
Friday, August 29, 2014

Telemar GmbH, the German subsidiary of the Telemar Group, closed an agreement with Herm. Dauelsberg for the supply of a complete “turn-key solution” for their fleet of 18 vessels.

The shipping company Herm. Dauelsberg is based in Bremen with a longstanding tradition going back more than 150 years, with international activities as shipbrokers, liner agents and shipowners, currently operating a fleet of 14 container vessels and four bulk carriers.

Telemar provided an integrated solution including airtime through Fleet Broadband for the whole fleet with future option to upgrade services e.g. Telemar Seamore, turn-key installation and commissioning and a number of value added services, including TOSS (Telemar onboard Security System), Skyfile, eNoad and Antivirus.

The installation of the 14 Cobham FBB 500 terminals has been already completed in April 2014 mainly in Asia and other ports around the world thanks to the Telemar worldwide service network.

“We are really delighted with the Telemar capacity to serve truly ‘end-to-end’ all broadband solutions and marine electronics needs of our fleet on a global scale,” stated Capt. Goeldner, Nautical Superintendent at Herm. Dauelsberg.

“This project consolidates our leading position in the German market, allowing and supporting Herm. Dauelsberg in focussing on its core business of operating ships. The valued customer will benefit from much appreciated Telemar integrated model including tailored broadband with unique capabilities in turn-key installation and worldwide services maintenance,” stated Achim Bomm, Telemar GmbH Managing Director.

“Telemar all-in-one value proposition would open up to innovative applications for the maritime industry and future possibilities to upgrade to Inmarsat Global Xpress and to increase business efficiency and crew welfare benefits,” added Gennaro Faella, Telemar Group Business Development and Coordination Director.

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