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ChartCo Names Malaika D’souza for Americas

Malaika D’souza ChartCo’s new representative for the North and South American regions. Photo: ChartCo

Shailaja A. Lakshmi

ChartCo, the provider of navigation and compliance solutions shipping, named Malaika D'souza as its new representative for the North and South American regions.

According to the distributor of navigational data, nautical charts, marine technical publications and digital products, Ms D'souza, who has successfully grown ChartCo's revenues and customer relationships across India and the Middle East over the past 3 years has now relocated to Toronto to take up the full-time position as the commercial lead for the North and South American markets.

ChartCo has taken this move to coincide with the market wide roll out of its OneOcean platform which encompasses the entire suite of ChartCo's navigation, compliance and shore-side monitoring applications, PassageManager, EnviroManager, Regs4ships and FleetManager. These applications offer the highest levels of route planning, navigation management, shore-side operations and maritime regulations management.

"We are investing and growing into many maritime markets around the world such as China, Japan, Taiwan, Canada, and USA" said Howard Stevens, Chief Commercial Officer, ChartCo. "By providing representatives across the world we can ensure that our customers and future customers have the best possible network in their market."

The growth of ChartCo OneOcean has recently included a new centralized operational reporting tool, LogCentral, which is the latest fully integrated solution soon to join the powerful platform for today's e-navigation and compliance challenges.

Jul 21, 2019

 

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