Oldendorff Opts for BASSnet Fleet Management Systems

Press Release
Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Oslo, Norway - BASS Software Ltd, a provider of maritime software solutions, has added another client to its expanding customer base, signing on Oldendorff Carriers, among the world’s leading dry-bulk operators.

Oldendorff Carriers currently controls a fleet of some 400 chartered and owned vessels of 26 mio tdw, which carry over 165 mio tdw tons of raw materials and semi-finished products across the world each year.

BASS’s contract with Oldendorff Carriers comprises the complete BASSnet software suite of all ten modules, covering Maintenance, Procurement, Dry-docking, Safety, Risk Management, Operations, Crewing, Payroll and services like Database building and conversion.

It is noteworthy that Oldendorff Carriers has opted for the latest integrated BASSnet™ suite, which enables users to access new and enhanced features catering to their business needs.

“After a comprehensive comparison of the suppliers and their systems, the decision was clearly made in favor of BASS Software because we think BASSnet is the fleet management suite in the market which is fitting our requirements best,” said Oldendorff Carriers Fleet Manager Charles Jan Scharffetter. “We are confident that BASS Software’s professional team will implement the complex project smoothly.” 
 

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