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Danish company wants to manage Greek ships

Danish company wants to manage Greek ships

25-09-2017 12:15:00


The Danish engineering and software company Logimatic has partnered with a Greek company in order to offer maritime customers in Greece and Cyprus a complete fleet management software solution.

In the solution to the Greek market, the Danish company's Sertica solution has expanded with the Greek company Eiger Marine's process improvement solution.

"We are looking forward to our partnership with Eiger Marine. It is a great opportunity for SERTICA to be represented locally in Greece and Cyprus. The Greek and Cypriot shipping community counts several hundred shipping companies - the majority of significant fleets that are well-known for their persistence in high quality technical quality standards. SERTICA matches these companies perfectly," says Hans Chr. Jensen, Sales Manager at Logimatic.

The Greek company is also looking forward to the cooperation.

"We've been looking for a software on the market to go partner up with for a long time. In SERTICA we have found the very best product for the requirements that shipowners provide for maintenance, performance, HSQE and procurement. It is not only a solid product - the company behind SERTICA also extends its product with hosting, training, data migration, support and integration of third party software.

It is a very flexible, dynamic and solid solution and we think Logimatic is a perfect match for us and our customers," says Sotiris Drekos, managing partner at Eiger Marine.

Source: Logimatic / Maritime Denmark


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