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Saturday, October 21, 2017

MMS To Distribute CargoMax

Herbert Engineering Corporatio (HEC) and Marine Managemen Systems, Inc. (MMS) have agreei that MMS will be HEC's global dis tributor of CargoMax for Windows HEC's cargo loading, trim, stability and strength software application. CargoMax reportedly provides the tools necessary to maximize vessel utilization by accurately and quickly evaluating stability and strength margins for any given load.

Features include integrated damage and stability analysis, level gauging system interface and the latest IMO and IACS requirements for tankers and bulk carriers. In addition, compatibility with the HECSALV salvage response software provides an added dimension for contingency planning and ensures rapid response capability. CargoMax is capable of being configured for all types and is approved by classification societies such as ABS, DNV and LR.

MMS offers CargoMax as part of its FleetWATCH operations and administrative systems product lines. In addition to CargoMax, FleetWATCH also offers software applications for vessel reporting and personnel/payroll management. These software applications can be purchased together as an integrated package, or separately on a modular basis.

Headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., Herbert Engineering Corporation is a naval architectural consulting firm with more than 30 years of ship design and software development experience.

Marine Management Systems of Stamford, Conn., provides software applications worldwide for more than 500 ship and shore sites.

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