Zeaborn implements Harbor Lab software to manage port processes

Zeaborn Ship Management reports that it has agreed a deal with Harbor Lab of Athens to implement the technology company’s e-disbursement platform and agents directory across its fleet.

With operations in Hamburg, Cyprus, Singapore, and Manila, Zeaborn will use Harbor Lab’s software to unify its processes, with the goal of creating a higher degree of transparency and becoming more efficient in handling repetitive administrative tasks.

The system will allow Zeaborn to compare quotes for husbandry services across ports globally, appoint agents, share and digitally approve documents, and manage access to its data.

“Zeaborn is a signatory to the UN Global Compact and member of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network. As such we have vouched for transparent processes and money flows,” said Matthias Bücker, Senior Vice President Commercial Management at Zeaborn.

“Harbor Lab provides us with a platform to achieve exactly those goals while also streamlining internal processes, to become more admin efficient as well as cost efficient in our spendings together with increasing the quality of the husbandry services provided to our clients’ fleets.”

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