d’Amico Group to roll out new software package for 70 vessels

Italy-headquartered shipping company d’Amico Società di Navigazione is to roll out new fleet management software systems across its entire fleet of vessels, following an agreement with ABS Nautical Systems.

The two firms will work together to replace the existing legacy software installed across the organisation with the NS Enterprise package, to support more accurate data-driven decision making for improved compliance and safety across all shipping operations.

“As a world leader in maritime transportation, we are constantly focused on the quality of ship management. Excellence and reliability are crucial in our business and for our top clients,” said Cesare d’Api, Deputy Technical Director of d’Amico Società di Navigazione.

“In line with our mission, we are constantly looking at the opportunities offered by the application of digital technologies and sharp analytics tools in maritime transportation. Such growing trends in digitalisation and mobile applications have clearly highlighted the need to move toward a change of tools for fleet management in order to exploit the value of data and information as assets.”

“A data dashboard driven business model is a smart and practical way to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of our maintenance processes. We are partnering with ABS NS because they have a unique combination of innovative software and maritime heritage. We look forward to deploying their software modules and mobile applications across our fleet of 70 vessels.”

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