Paris – Ascenz Marorka, a GTT company, announces it has signed a contract with Brunei Gas Carriers to provide its Amadi vessel with a comprehensive range of digital maritime services designed for LNG carriers (LNGC).
Encompassing the full spectrum of Ascenz Marorka’s Smart Shipping solution, this contract includes on-board data collection, regulatory reporting, performance management services, LNG cargo and operation optimisation and weather routing. Ascenz Marorka’s digital solution, which will be installed on the vessel by the end of this year, provides multiple advantages, in terms of cost savings, operational efficiency and environmental impact, including:
– Enhanced operational efficiency: The digital tool streamlines data collection and reporting, reducing manual errors and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. This leads to smoother operations, quicker turnarounds and reduced administrative overhead.
– Optimized cargo management: The LNG cargo management features provide realtime insights into cargo conditions and status, allowing the user company to make informed decisions, reduce fuel waste and ensure the safety and quality of the cargo.
– Weather routing: This module defines optimal shipping routes in response to changing weather conditions, thus minimizing fuel consumption and ensuring safe, efficient journeys. This standalone software is complemented by the professional services provided by Ascenz Marorka’s Real-Time Fleet Performance Monitoring Centre.
– Performance management services: The digital platform offers continuous vessel monitoring to optimize its performance and reduce fuel consumption, ultimately contributing to substantial cost savings.
Anouar Kiassi, Managing Director of Ascenz Marorka, stated: “I take great pride in the trust that Brunei Gas Carriers has placed in us for this first ship. Our comprehensive suite of innovative digital solutions is set to transform the maritime operations, ensuring a more efficient and environmentally conscious future for the sector.”
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