Vertom-Bojen Choose DNV GL Shipmanger Software
When Vertom and Bojen Reederei established the new organization Vertom-Bojen, the fleet consisted of vessels with different software setups that were not integrated. Data was collected, but the system was not streamlined in order to extract insights for management decisions. The management team at Vertom-Bojen realized that a new fleet management system was needed. Using several different software systems to manage one fleet can be costly, inefficient and lead to communication challenges between vessels and onshore management.
Data smart solutions for a growing fleet
The merger was an opportunity to professionalize the setup of Vertom-Bojen by implementing a centralized software solution for a growing fleet. With DNV GL’s ShipManager Vertom-Bojen has a new, integrated and data smart fleet management software system. ShipManager helps simplify and optimize the ship management by allowing extensive fleet-wide data collection, analysis, benchmarking and decision-making support with ShipManager Analyzer.
Vertom-Bojen is based in Neermoor, Germany and has a fleet consisting of mini bulkers, general cargo vessels and multi-purpose vessels. Vertom, located in Rhoon near Rotterdam, provides in-house chartering for Vertom-Bojen with more than 40 years’ experience and 80 vessels in chartering.
“The unique report and analysing system along with the user-friendly interface were key reasons we chose DNV GL’s ShipManager,” says Warner Wanders, Managing Director at Vertom-Bojen. “For us it was also important to see the development plans for the future that include innovative tools and functionalities that integrate and analyse data from Class and other data sources,” he says.
The latest release of ShipManager includes the Safety Management Reporting module with a new and flexible user interface, increasing efficiency and optimizing processes to improve safety at sea.