Oldendorff Carriers Selects Marine Press’ Sea Platform for Core Fleet
Oldendorff Carriers' strong commitment to innovation in marine efficiency, compliance, and safety is evidenced by their decision to deploy Marine Press' full Sea Platform ecosystem on the modern vessels of its core fleet. With SeaPassage and Pay As You Sail (PAYS) technology on board, as well as SeaOps in the office, Oldendorff Carriers will ensure that their fleet and fleet operations are fully optimized and interconnected.
In its 98-year history, Oldendorff Carriers has grown from a small Hamburg-based shipping company to a world leader in dry bulk operations, operating an average of 700 vessels (both owned and chartered) at any one time. By subscribing to the full Sea Platform ecosystem, Oldendorff Carriers joins the growing list of major vessel managers relying on the revolutionary SeaPassage, SeaOps and Pay As You Sail solutions.
“In Marine Press, we have found a long-term global partner who is willing to adapt, develop and deliver technology to fit the needs of our fleet,” says Anna Gleue, Manager Nautical Technologies at Oldendorff Carriers. She continues, “we are confident in their ability to immediately support and optimize our day-to-day operations on-board and in-office, as well as to pioneer further innovation for years to come.”
This new partnership comes at a time when Marine Press continues to grow at a global scale in terms of software development, support, as well as extending its network of local partners. Launched in 2017, SeaPassage and SeaOps is raising the bar in e-Navigation technology by simplifying navigation planning and streamlining operations.
“We felt an immediate connection to Oldendorff Carriers because of their unparalleled understanding and demand for state-of-the-art marine technology,” says Mathew Kearns, Director of Channel Sales at Marine Press. He goes on to say that, “partnering with an industry leader such as Oldendorff Carriers validates the strength of our team and the value of our Sea platform ecosystem for vessel operators.”