HMC Represents PC Maritime in The Netherlands

Marinelink.com
Wednesday, June 19, 2013

As one of the distributors and installers of PC Maritime we represent the best ECDIS developers in the industry. PC Maritime is a leading developer and supplier of type approved ECDIS software and hardware and is well-known for their quality and excellent technical support.
 


Maritime officers are required to have familiarization training with ECDIS in order to comply to STCW and ISM regulations. PC Maritime offers ECDIS training which is highly user-friendly and more cost effective than any other ECDIS system manufacturer. At this moment over 300 officers are already certified to use Navmaster as their ECDIS system and this number grows as we speak.
 


Navmaster’s latest version, Navmaster 7.0, is fully geared towards compatibility with Windows 7. PC Maritime also introduced new hardware, and offers both 24” and 19” monitors with a combined Panel PC. The company introduced in 2013 a new successful familiarisation training and certification DVD course to comply with the latest regulations in a most cost-effective way. With a stand-alone computer based training, officers can be certified before joining ship or whilst onboard which is more convenient.



After years of pleasant cooperation, PC Maritime and HMC extended their collaboration. As PC Maritime’s agent in The Netherlands, HMC is an authorized partner in selling and supplying our customers with PC Maritime’s products. HMC’s aim is to provide our customers with first-class products. In our experiences quality of post-sale support and maintenance are highly important to customers and can significantly reduce costs, irritations and problems. PC Maritime and HMC both adopt this philosophy.

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