Imtech Marine to Represent HMC

Posted by Michelle Howard
Tuesday, February 04, 2014

HMC announced that Imtech Marine Germany will be its new representative in Germany. Imtech Marine is a global maritime company operating as a full-service provider and system integrator of custom made, innovative and sustainable technology solutions covering the whole ship.

“Their strong knowledge of the maritime industry makes them the perfect choice as our agency partner." said Stephan Lucas, Project Manager of HMC.

HMC said it has gained a lot of knowledge on hydrodynamics and hydromechanics in the last ten years. This knowledge has led to several own developed products to assist companies in the maritime industry.

HMC’s CPC 2.0 is the solution for class approved loading operations. The Cargo Planning and loading Computer combines all crucial stability- and strength parameters with an efficient and user-friendly interface. Examples of modules are the ship to shore data transfer to achieve the maximum integration between the ship and the office. This ensures 24/7 safety and stability records to meet the increasing quality standards. Supported by the handheld module which can be automatically integrated with the main loading system on the bridge, to provide the captain of the vessel with the latest stability information to assist him in times of calamity.
 

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