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14 June 2017 | Maritime | PRESS RELEASEDNV GL opens fleet performance centres to improve vessel efficiencyDNV GL opened two digital fleet performance centres in Hamburg and Singapore to support their ECO Insight customers in monitoring and optimizing their fleets. Expert systems at the fleet performance centres are able to check incoming vessel data from customers using the ECO Insight platform, providing quality control of the data and offering suggestions on potential improvement levers for both individual vessels and fleets, such as identifying speed loitering and over-usage of auxiliary engines or boilers.
13 June 2017 | Maritime | PRESS RELEASEAmendments to SOLAS2020 reflect 20-year industry cooperation for greater safetyIMO’s Marine Safety Committee (MSC) adopted amendments to SOLAS2020 that raise the damage stability requirements for passenger vessels in the event of flooding caused by a collision. These changes used as a basis a series of EU and EMSA funded cooperative research projects conducted by academics, shipyards, ship operators, owners, classification societies and ship design consultants over several decades.
13 June 2017 | Software | Maritime | Ship management | PRESS RELEASESinochem brings DNV GL's ShipManager to 80 vesselsChina’s Sinochem International Logistics, a leading chemical tanker owner and operator with 80 vessels, is implementing DNV GL’s data smart fleet management system ShipManager on the entire fleet, optimizing operations and improving performance and efficiency.