Navigazione Montanari Signs Transas TRANSERV Agreement

Press Release
Monday, February 11, 2013

Transas Marine and Navigazione Montanari have signed a TRANSERV agreement for 11 vessels.

Nine vessels are already equipped with Transas Navi-Sailor 4000 Dual ECDIS and Transas Admiralty Data Service TADS (Official SENC), and sail paperless.  Two more vessels will be fitted with Navi-Sailor ECDIS and TADS in spring 2013.

TRANSERV is a Support and Maintenance program from Transas Marine that includes 24/7 service coordination, charts ordering, software updates and preventive maintenance.

With TRANSERV, navigation systems onboard of Navigazione Montanari vessels will be up-to-date, compliant with the latest standards and rules, support changes in chart format and will ensure easy interface to other bridge systems. The onboard crew will also receive training on new functionalities and assistance with improvement of vessels' routines in using and maintaining the system.

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