Marorka signs Fleet Contract with Thenamaris Ships Management

(Press Release)
Friday, July 29, 2011

The Greek ship management company Thenamaris has decided to implement Marorka’s energy management systems for their fleet of Tankers, Bulk Carriers and Container ships. The two companies entered recently into a contract that will bring the leading Marorka energy management systems on board all Thenamaris ships. Further to system installation the companies will cooperate on future development of energy management for the maritime sector.
Thenamaris’ Objective is to continually improve energy efficiency and reduce environmental footprint. Thenamaris is committed to be a leading company in the maritime industry in energy management.
Thenamaris has selected Marorka energy management solutions covering all major energy systems on board their fleet of vessels. The solutions selected include Marorka’s Propulsion, Trim & Hull, Power Plant, Steam, Voyages, Navigation and Reporting products.
“We are very proud of our work together with Thenamaris. They are a top class company with modern ships and staffed with well educated and very capable and experienced personnel. We see this as a big opportunity for everybody involved and we are committed to assist Thenamaris in reducing their fuel bill”, said Kristinn Aspelund, Marorka Sales and Marketing Director.
“We have been working with Marorka now for three years, we have been satisfied with the comprehensive portfolio of advanced solutions and we look forward to see the effect of implementing their energy management systems into our fleet.“, said Vasileios Lampropoulos, Thenamaris Technical Manager.
Thenamaris is an independent ship management company with over 40 years experience in providing services to owners of large ocean-going vessels. The fleet under Thenamaris’ management comprises of oil tankers, bulk carriers and container vessels. Thenamaris aims at constantly delivering extraordinary performance in the maritime industry in a socially responsible way.

Email: marorka@marorka.is
www.marorka.is

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