1 November 2017
BMT SMART (BMT), the specialist fleet and vessel performance management company of BMT Group, has announced new contracts with Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI). BMT will supply vessel performance monitoring systems for four VLCC’s for a Greek owner which comes on the back of current orders already received from SHI for seven vessels (Suezmax and Aframax tankers) for Norwegian and Singapore owners.
Mr Chang Su Lee, Sales Director at Marbiss, BMT’s local agent in Korea comments: “BMT has secured several projects with SHI based on a strong reputation of delivering high quality products. Working in partnership with BMT, we’re looking forward to working with SHI to ensure the solutions are fit for purpose and fulfil the needs of their customers.”
BMT will provide SHI with its modular vessel performance monitoring solution, SMART VESSEL. SMART VESSEL has been designed to be flexible to user’s requirements, with each individual component marine approved, future proofing the system. SMART VESSEL collects analogue and serial feeds before transferring the data to BMT’s cloud based performance monitoring solution, SMARTFLEET. BMT’s data experts will then interpret the data to determine true underlying performance of the vessels. This contract will also see BMT providing the Shaft Power Torque Meter (SPTM) to these vessels.
Peter Mantel, Managing Director of BMT SMART comments: “This is a great win for us and we appreciate the support of our service partners, Marbiss and Intra Mare Hellas, who provided help to secure these projects. In a world where we are inundated with data, it’s critical that we focus on providing a solution that helps to transform this complex information into actionable insights – only then can owners and operators truly begin to enhance operational efficiency and profitability.”
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