The Netherlands: MirTac to Implement Star Fleet Management System Onboard Merweriver

Again, Kornet chooses MirTac to implement the Star fleet management system onboard her vessels. Compliance with ISM and other regulations, increased operational insight and efficiency and enthusiastic users are the basis for this new contract.

Chris Kornet, Managing Director, says: “customer and ISM compliance together with proven increased efficiency throughout our existing fleet, have lead to a new contract with our knowledge partner MirTac for our newest vessel. MirTac has proved to be an expert in translating our daily practice into a successful management tool. MirTac is proud to continue the partnership with Kornet. With the multi-purpose vessel Merweriver, Kornet has proved to adapt to market conditions (bulk vs project cargo) and stay ahead of competition whilst complying with green standards. We are proud to support them.”

Rederij Chr. Kornet & Zonen is a Dutch shipping company. The fleet now consists of 13 general cargo and container dry cargo vessels. The versatile Merweriver has a full tweendeck, rear location of accommodation and an innovative propulsion technology to comply with Nox regulations.

MirTac is a no-nonsense consultancy firm with a vast background in the maritime  industry. MirTac is a leading provider and co-developer of the practical and proven maintenance and fleet management solution Star IPS to all kinds of shipping companies and related industries. The software is used onboard ship yards, vessels, maritime offices and rigs worldwide, linking them seamlessly. Functionality includes: maintenance, quality assurance, safety & environmental processes, spare parts management & purchasing, site registration for crew, certificates, cash transactions.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, June 13, 2012; Image: mirtac

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