Navilands Group implements Podium5

Greek ship management company Navilands Group reports that it has implemented Pole Star Global’s Podium5 monitoring platform across its fleet.

The system will be used to digitally connect various departments, systems and data within the Group, significantly improving the company’s fleet monitoring capabilities across its locations in Greece, Cyprus, China, and the Philippines.

“Being a firm supporter of innovation and forward thinking, it is with great pleasure to partner with Pole Star Global and implement Podium5,” said Capt Panagiotis Foinikis, CEO of Navilands Management Holdings.

“This enables us to leverage its cutting-edge platform in our continuous effort for flawless implementation of state-of-the-art systems and advanced procedures onboard and ashore, ensuring the safety of the crew as well as the optimal operational reliability of our fleet.”

Launched in 2020 by StratumFive before the company was bought by Pole Star last year, the Podium5 voyage informatics platform allows vessels to be monitored and alerts issued, providing real-time or periodic updates as required to optimise the safety and performance of crew, cargo, and vessels.

Navilands has deployed Podium5’s tracking and security modules to optimise the safety and efficiency of its fleet operations.

“We are delighted to welcome Navilands Group to Podium5, joining a growing list of forward-thinking companies choosing our cutting-edge platform. Their commitment to innovation and excellence makes them an ideal partner,” said Ross Martin, Managing Director – Shipping & Offshore at Pole Star Global.

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