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Global shipping companies select Veson Nautical solutions

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d’Amico Societa di Navigazione S. p. A. and TATA NYK Shipping have selected Veson Nautical’s Integrated Maritime Operations System (IMOS) and Veslink for their commercial operations.

Over the past 12 months, a total of 26 maritime organisations across all industry verticals have adopted Veson solutions.

Based in Italy, d’Amico has a long history as one of the world’s leading maritime transport groups dating back to 1952. The company’s core business is the management and operation of both dry cargo vessels and tankers, and the provision of international shipping services.

Regarding the decision to move forward with Veson, Pietro Amorusi, Chief Information Officer at d’Amico stated: “While selecting the new software platform for our Commercial management, we were not only looking for a tool — our aim was to find a travel companion for the coming challenges, a reliable and focused team — a company definitely able to grow and win with us. I believe that our research has been successful.”

TATA NYK Shipping, based in Singapore, aims to be a leading player in the dry bulk segment on a global scale offering innovative freight solutions. As a Joint Venture between Tata Steel & NYK Line, the company commenced operations in March 2007 and has rapidly expanded its business both for Pacific and Atlantic trades.

“Shipping companies across all verticals and geographies are under immense pressure to streamline processes and allocate assets more effectively,” said Sean Riley, Chief Operating Officer at Veson Nautical. “We continue to see global leaders select Veson to keep up with the dynamic business of shipping and are thrilled to support the success of our newest clients.”

With a unified commercial platform, shipping organisations are able to access real-time voyage and performance data to gain the insights required to drive success. Veson’s flagship product, IMOS (Integration Maritime Operations System) is offered as either an installed application, or as a hosted service (IMOSlive).

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