DNV GL ShipManager for Entire H&P Fleet

Posted by Eric Haun
Thursday, March 06, 2014
H&P MV Palanpur

German-based shipowner Harren & Partner (H&P) will implement the DNV GL business intelligence software systems ShipManager Analyzer and ShipManager QHSE for its entire fleet of 52 vessels. Both systems will enable Harren & Partner to extract data from operational systems and optimize management of its ships.

The first trial implementation for the two software systems is expected to be running in April. By mid-year the entire fleet will have ShipManager Analyzer and ShipManager QHSE installed, allowing the integrated solution to support the improved performance, efficiency and safety of Harren & Partner´s fleet of container feeder vessels, bulk and heavy lift carriers, tankers, multipurpose carriers and dock ships, ranging from 4,000 to 76,000 tdw.

DNV GL won the tender after Harren & Partner conducted an in-depth review of available software on the market for its fleet, using sophisticated tools in order to evaluate the capabilities of all of the leading solutions.

Key reasons ShipManager software was chosen were flexibility, potential for further extensions and ease of use. “The software is designed by professionals for professionals in the shipping industry,” said Capt. Hausler, Director of Quality and Safety at Harren & Partner Germany. “Both our companies work with compliance to higher safety standards and they are committed to quality. Quality and safety standards are about to become an important economic advantage in today’s shipping markets,” he said.

The implementation may be expanded to include additional modules of DNV GL’s ShipManager portfolio. The eight ShipManager modules are: Analyzer, QHSE, Procurement, Finance, Hull, Projects, Technical and Crewing. “This is an open project, not a closed one,” said Capt. Hausler.

“With Harren & Partner a very impressive company joins the fast-growing user community of DNV GL´s ShipManager platform,” said Torsten Büssow, Director Maritime Software at DNV GL – Software. “It will help us to maintain our leading market position within maritime software, at the same time as we are constantly developing new and improved solutions for the future.”

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