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Pompe Garbarino Manuals Available in Shipdex

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 20, 2014

Pompe Garbarino S.p.A., an Italian manufacturer of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps for marine, naval and industrial fields prepare and release the technical manuals according to Shipdex Protocol . Shipdex is the customization for the shipping community of the international S1000D specification already in use for about 30 years in the naval, land and aerospace military sector and adopted more recently by the Civil Aviation.

The first manuals are for the customer Grimaldi and its new Container Ro-Ro ships under construction in Korea’s Hyundai Mipo Dockyard and China’s Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding.

The pumps types are the MU series EN 733 horizontal pumps, MU-L vertical in line pumps, MU-LDS vertical in line double suction pumps, G multistage high pressure pumps, BT side channel pumps and VL main engine lubrication pumps.

Shipdex data sets analysis, development and implementation has been done with the cooperation of the company SpecTec thanks to which Garbarino has got the support for starting this new system of managing the technical documentation.

 “Using Shipdex data sets the management of technical information linked to the product life cycle is more accurate and efficient: for this reason Garbarino considers Shipdex as a commercial added value for customers” said Antonio Gaglio, Pompe Garbarino Quality Manager.

"Working together with Pompe Garbarino spa in the production of a large number of Shipdex data sets has been a very positive and rewarding experience. Once again, an Italian manufacturer has proven to be at the forefront of technological innovation, adopting an advanced electronic standard developed for the production of technical manuals as Shipdex” said Marco Vatteroni, SpecTec ILS & Shipdex manager.

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