Tolani Shipping selects MARIS VDS

(Press Release)
Wednesday, November 09, 2011

 Tolani Shipping’s Singapore arm, Tolani Shipping (S) Pte Ltd, has opted to use the Voyage Decision Support system developed by Maritime Information Systems AS, Norway (MARIS). Tolani Shipping owns a fleet of bulk carriers ranging in size from 50,000dwt to 84,000dwt with an average age of five years. With its origins in India, Tolani Shipping established a presence in Singapore in 2003 and operates vessels under both the Indian and Singaporean flags. The MARIS VDS System is an electronic tool based on the MARIS Electronic Chart Display System (ECDIS), designed to plan and execute voyages in a safe manner with optimal fuel and time consumption and also document and analyze the results.

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