Svitzer Chooses Edoc and Helm Marine Operations Software

Press Release
Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Edoc Systems Group, developers of Helm Marine Operations Software (Helm), said that global towage provider, Svitzer A/S has chosen Helm Dispatch Manager and Helm Onboard to manage their dispatch and billing functions on shore as well as onboard their vessels. Svitzer is a member of the Maersk Group, with a diverse fleet of more than 500 vessels that operates in over 40 countries around the world.

After the completion of the Scandinavian implementation Helm will be a rolled out to Svitzer’s operations in Europe, Australasia, Middle East and the Americas.

www.svitzer.com

www.edocgroup.com
 

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