American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) chairman and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki says that the maritime industry must embrace a new generation of technical leadership moving forward, focusing on three main tenets that will shape the future of shipping.
American classification society ABS and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) today to collaborate on the development of alternative fuel and resilient port systems over the next five years.
ABS Nautical Systems has released version 6.3 of its NS5 Enterprise software system.
Classification society ABS has launched Chem-eL, a specialised training package designed for chemical tanker operations.
American provider ABS Nautical Systems has announced signing three new contracts with European companies for use of its NS5 Enterprise software.
Texas-based ABS Nautical Systems has won three new customers in Greece, with Sun Enterprises, Quintana Shipping, and Nautilus Marine Acquisition signing contracts to use its Energy & Environmental Manager software module.
ABS has announced the release of a new Energy & Environmental Manager module for its NS5 Enterprise asset management software system.
ABS Nautical Systems reports that it has agreed three new contracts to install its NS5 software package on a range of tankers, as part of the ABS Newbuild Program.
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