AMOS2 Full Suite for Sentek Marine & Trading Pte Ltd

press release
Thursday, September 15, 2011

SpecTec Asia Pacific Pte Ltd has been chosen by Sentek Marine & Trading Pte Ltd to design and develop an electronic system, which will attend to their asset & fleet management requirements.


With SpecTec’s 26 years of expertise and support in the maritime industry, Sentek Marine is confident that a total end-to-end solution can be provided to assist in the operations of their vessels. Sentek Marine & Trading Pte Ltd is a bunker tanker owning company and one of Singapore’s foremost bunker suppliers. In acknowledgement of the fact that the industry is increasing benchmarking safety and efficiency performance against the best practices, Sentek Marine has decided to apply the use of new technologies to upgrade their existing systems. The award-winning company has decided to invest in the AMOS2 full suite for 8 vessels, (all double hulls) in order to increase the safety and efficiency of their operations.


Sentek Marine’s principal activities include the trade and physical supply of marine fuels and ship management. The company is also able to provide ship-building and ship repair services under their shipyard arm, situated in the island of Batam, Indonesia. They currently own and operate more than 15 tankers of various capacities, ranging from 200 DWT to 6,200 DWT. This range of vessels, and the expertise of their staff, allows them to accommodate to any specialised customer requirements. They are ISM certified which compliments their ISO (9001:2001) certification for Quality Management.
 

Sentek Marine selected SpecTec because AMOS is the industry’s most recognised integrated fleet management software with the most experienced implementation and support team. With over 60% of the shipping companies in the world using AMOS, Sentek is confident that AMOS will help them to achieve the highest level of organisation, efficiency and safety possible. AMOS will allow them to achieve higher uptime of their vessels, save costs with efficient inventory management, control budgets across the fleet, and demonstrate the highest level of compliance to TMSA. SpecTec looks forward to a long and rewarding partnership together for many years to come.
 


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