Amos Shanghai Project Makes Strides

Press Release
Monday, January 28, 2013

Shanghai based SpecTec office announces the successful signature of AMOS installation project to Shanghai Jinjiang Shipping Co. Ltd (referred to as JJ Shipping herein).

 

The collaboration agreement was started in 2012, with an initial AMOS installation order of 8 ships. The installation project is about Maintenance, Purchase and Stock Control AMOS module: a user friendly application of AMOS Software aimed at centralizing the maintenance and purchase orders within the fleet, displaced in the different areas all around the world, and connected to the Company’s Head Office. The module keeps the Ships’ Stock items under control as well, guaranteeing a saving on purchase costs.


SpecTec will install AMOS software on the 8 ships, scheduled for 2013.


JJ Shipping specializes in the near- sea international container transportation, offers the ocean liner Hot Delivery Service and conducts Yangtze River feeder services. The company has been accredited with such honors as Shanghai Famous Trademark, Company of Safety & Credibility and Integrity( awarded by the Martine Bureau of the Ministry of Transport and Shanghai Maritime Bureau), Excellent International Liner Carrier, and the Best Shipping Company in Shanghai-Japan Line. Furthermore, Jinjiang Hanshin Shuttle Express has won the first Shanghai Labor Award.
 

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