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Njord Offshore Implements Maintenance Software

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U.K.-based Marine Software Ltd. delivered Marine Planned Maintenance software to Njord Offshore, to manage planned maintenance activities for their 21-meter crew transfer vessels (CTVs) Njord Avocet and Njord Kittiwake.

These two vessels are purpose built for the Offshore Windfarm Industry in a series of vessels managed by Njord Offshore.

Designed by naval architect's BMT Nigel Gee and built by Strategic Marine, these vessels are the first of six which are designed, surveyed and classed to DNV + IAI HSLC R2 Wind Farm Service 1 notation.

Under the contract, Marine Software were also commissioned to construct the PM database setups for Njord Avocet and Njord Kittiwake, along with providing system administrator training. Njord Offshore will soon take delivery of the PM databases for the next two vessels in the series Njord Curlew and Njord Lapwing.

May 1, 2013

 

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