Hanseaticsoft presents its innovative maritime software at Nor-Shipping 4-7 June 2019 at Norway Trade Fairs, Oslo
Hanseaticsoft, a leading provider of maritime software, is attending the Nor-Shipping Exhibition in Oslo, on 4-7 June 2019 and is inviting delegates to visit them in Hall C Stand 02-36 to learn about the benefits of cloud-based ship management.
Nor-Shipping is where the maritime and ocean industries meet every two years and the Nor-Shipping Exhibition features around 1,000 of the leading companies within the maritime and ocean business environments.
Hanseaticsoft will be sharing a booth with Lloyds Register (LR) who made a significant investment in the company in 2017.
Nils Andersen, CCO, and Kasper Riedel, Sales Manager, will be on hand to meet with delegates to demonstrate Cloud Fleet Manager, the innovative cloud-based shipping software and to discuss how it is supporting the digital transformation of the shipping industry, allowing companies to streamline business and management processes and achieve greater efficiencies and profitability.
There will also be a live demonstration of Cloud Fleet Manager at 13:30 on Thursday 6 June at the Lloyds Register stand to which all are welcome.
More than 50 shipping companies are using Hanseaticsoft’s Cloud Fleet Manager (CFM), a web-based platform, to manage their fleet. CFM enables them to manage inspections, crew management, purchasing, maintenance and other processes, in real time using apps and mobile devices.
Alexander Buchmann, Managing Director of Hanseaticsoft GmbH says, “Cloud technology is the future of shipping. It has the power to transform how shipping companies of all sizes manage their fleet, driving down costs, improving efficiencies and giving them that all important competitive edge.
“We’re looking forward to meeting delegates in Oslo to showcase Cloud Fleet Manager and highlight the many benefits it can bring to their business. We’re leaders in innovative shipping software and can explain the exciting potential of cloud-based technology now and into the future.”