Shipdex Order from MAN Diesel & Turbo

Monday, February 14, 2011
SpecTec and Corena announced MAN Diesel & Turbo has purchased the AMOS Shipdex Data Manager.
 
“More and more ship-owners require maintenance manuals for new ship acquisitions to be Shipdex compliant. MAN Diesel & Turbo wishes to meet such requirement the best way possible. We have therefore ordered the AMOS Shipdex Data Manager, enabling us to validate that our maintenance manuals are in compliance with the Shipdex protocol,” said Henrik Striboldt, Business Development Manager, MAN Diesel & Turbo.
 
“SpecTec has more than 50% of the world shipping market using AMOS and we wanted to expand our solutions offering to our customers and to reduce their operation cost related to documentation,” said Marco Vatteroni, ILS Manager of SpecTec Group. “The AMOS Shipdex Data Manager, a component of the AMOS Shipdex Suite, is the result of a strong cooperation between SpecTec and Corena in developing Shipdex compliant software applications.”
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