R W Marine Services to implement Innovez One port info management tech

Port management information software provider Innovez One reports that it has signed a multi-year contract with Singaporean sea transport operator R W Marine Services to assist in digitalisation of its fleet operations.

Following the deal R W Marine Services will use Innovez One’s marineM system to streamline its ordering, vessel and job planning, and billing operations, allowing the company to dispatch jobs wirelessly to mobile devices and monitor the progress of each job simultaneously using GPS and AIS tracking.

The platform will also provide information management systems to link together each stage of the sea transportation chain, covering job management, planning and dispatch, tracking, monitoring and billing.

“In the marine services market it’s becoming essential that we can add value and differentiate ourselves with increased reliability and greater transparency for customers,” said Ben Tan, R W Marine Services.

“We look forward to working with Innovez One to digitise our operations, and ultimately improve the competitiveness of the port by reducing costs, saving time, and tackling GHG emissions immediately.”  

The new software will be rolled out in the coming months to the R W Marine Services fleet, made up of outer port limits (OPL) and in-port supply boats. The vessels are used for sea transportation handling, conveying passengers, tank cleaning, de-slopping and cargo handling to or from ships in the Singapore anchorages, and outside port limits in the South China Sea and Malacca Straits.

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