AET Sign Up for ShipServ TradeNet Services

MarineLink.com
Tuesday, September 03, 2013

ShipServ, a leading marine and offshore e-marketplace, has been contracted by tankship operators AET to provide  procurement software services for its fleet operations.

AET will connect to ShipServ through its current ABS Enterprise system software suite. The global company’s procurement activities are based in Singapore and responsible for around 60 in-house managed vessels including VLCCs, Suezmax and Aframax tankers.

Sharon Gill, Director of Sales for ShipServ said:
“We are delighted to welcome such a major tanker owner-operator to the ShipServ community. To bring such a highly-respected company onto TradeNet really demonstrates that ShipServ is the preferred partner in this sector. We look forward to working with AET as it uses TradeNet in the future.”

ShipServ now has over 15 tanker owners and operators trading on ShipServ TradeNet. Major tanker owners and operators trading on ShipServ include AP Moller-Maersk, Teekay Shipping, BP Shipping, Chevron Tankers, Nordic Tankers and OSG Shipmanagement.

About ShipServ

ShipServ helps marine and offshore buyers to find the best suppliers easily, trade efficiently and build trusted relationships. Their products and services bring buyers and suppliers together online, in print, on ship and in person.
 

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