Oldendorff Carriers adopts BASSnet for centralised data management

German dry bulk shipping company Oldendorff Carriers is to implement the BASSnet fleet management software package to manage ship management operations for its vessels, the companies report.

BASS has set up a shareable machinery library for Oldendorff to centralise its equipment data management, allowing operations and inventory management to be streamlined within a single system while also providing capabilities for new databases to be created using existing data from the fleet.

“Oldendorff Carriers is one of the world’s leading dry bulk operators,” said William Wallace, Managing Director (Fleet and Projects) at Oldendorff Carriers.

“BASSnet is an end-to-end process software that enables us to streamline fleet management and drive efficiency onboard and at the office. The Fleet Management Setup is a high value module of great benefit.”

“We gain a comprehensive equipment library to streamline maintenance operations for better efficiency and cost savings. It’s extremely convenient to view, manage and distribute materials, documents and standard instructions from a single screen.”

The BASSnet ERP system offers a range of modules covering major maritime business areas, accessible using a choice of different mobile apps and integrations for maintenance tracking and strategy management.

“Our experts review and analyse existing vessel planned maintenance system (PMS) data and recommend the best approaches to standardise and organise machinery in the Fleet Management library,” said Wong Nyuk Lan, VP of Service and Support at BASS Software.

“Customers benefit from this streamlined, standardised and structured approach across the entire fleet to achieve efficiency and cost-savings.”

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