PRONAUTAS Installs Transas Dual ECDIS on Jan De Nul Vessels

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Photo: Jan De Nul Group

PRONAUTAS and Jan De Nul Group have announced a new partnership to roll out an ECDIS implementation program on board Jan De Nul vessels. PRONAUTAS will deliver and install Transas Navi-Sailor 4000 ECDIS in Premium configuration with radar overlay.

Jan De Nul Group operates a modern and diverse dredging fleet. The fleet includes a number of powerful self-propelled cutter suction dredgers and largest trailing suction hopper dredgers in the world.

Jan De Nul’s decision to select PRONAUTAS as a supplier of ECDIS was based on value for money. PRONAUTAS will provide prompt execution of ECDIS navigation solutions along with effective program management and global on-time deliveries, installations and system commissioning. PRONAUTAS is a leading distributor of Transas equipment.

Work is already underway to deploy ECDIS solutions alongside installations and commissioning by factory-trained PRONAUTAS engineers in a number of ports. The PRONAUTAS delivery of a Transas Complete ECDIS Solution means that Jan de Nul Group is already benefiting from the reliable combination of an industry leading and globally supported distributor and customer support provider.

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  • Photo: Jan De Nul Group

    Photo: Jan De Nul Group

  • Photo: Jan De Nul Group

    Photo: Jan De Nul Group

  • Photo: Jan De Nul Group

    Photo: Jan De Nul Group

  • Photo: Jan De Nul Group
  • Photo: Jan De Nul Group
  • Photo: Jan De Nul Group
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