Neptune Lines to implement Maindeck for drydocking trial

Neptune Lines of Greece has agreed a deal to trial a new project management platform from Maindeck, to assess how the application could improve its car carrier operations.

Operating a fleet comprising 22 Pure Car and Truck Carrier vessels, Neptune Lines offers loading capacities ranging from 1,500 to 6,500 vehicles.

During the upcoming drydocking of Neptune Galene, the company will be trailing Maindeck’s system to optimise its processes. Features include tendering, tracking and reporting capabilities to assist in automating and improving efficiency across different functions.

“Under the forward-looking and strategically-minded leadership of its top management, Neptune Lines sets the highest of standards in contemporary ship management,” said Maindeck’s Greek agent, Andreas Scaramangas of Resolute Maritime Services.

“We are looking forward to working closely with the company’s technical department and helping the project team maximise the value derived from the repair management process.”

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