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Maersk Line signs major deal with DNV GL

Maersk Line has begun testing DNV GL’s ShipManager software on five of its ships. The plan is to install the software system on all 250 ships by next year.

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DNV GL has won a major order from Maersk Line for its ShipManager system, which supports the management of ships with various software solutions, DNV GL writes in a press release.

Maersk Line has started the implementation of DNV GL’s ShipManager software, with pilot testing on five vessels. The installation of ShipManager on their self-owned fleet of 250 vessels is scheduled for next year. Maersk has chosen DNV GL's ShipManager system after a comprehensive selection process with 26 other shipmanagement software vendors globally, and DNV GL sees the contract as a major milestone. At Maersk, they are also pleased with the new partnership:

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