AMOS for MAN PrimeServ Academy

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Monday, June 03, 2013

MAN Diesel & Turbo reinforces its long-standing collaboration with SpecTec Group, selecting AMOS software as assisting training tool to be used at the MAN PrimeServ Academy in Copenhagen.
 


With the intent to further improve its hands-on training courses, MAN Diesel & Turbo has chosen AMOS (CMMS platform owned and provided by SpecTec Group since 1985) as a teaching tool to show students how to manage and optimize the process of maintenance, inspection and spare part purchase on board vessels.
 


The AMOS database for this project has been created automatically by importing MAN Diesel & Turbo engine data which is standardized in accordance with the Shipdex protocol (www.shipdex.com).
 


“It makes a big difference to be able to present our students to maintenance and inspection of our products via a type of system that many of our customers already use back-on-the-job. AMOS also allows us to quickly upload new maintenance data in Shipdex format, in the event new products are coming into the Academy”, Henrik Striboldt (MAN Diesel & Turbo) said.
 


AMOS has been initially installed at the MAN PrimeServ Academy Copenhagen, and it could in future be extended to other MAN PrimeServ academies all around the world.
 


“The SpecTec cooperation with MAN Diesel & Turbo is also aimed at demonstrating that best results can be obtained by merging a powerful CMMS like AMOS with standardized electronic technical information in Shipdex format. Shipdex eliminates the need to insert technical data inside IT applications by hand, this means lower costs, better and more complete information, and fewer or no mistakes”, Marco Vatteroni (SpecTec Group) said.

 

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