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Accelerating from 0 to 6000: How Havila Shipping AS fired the starting gun for NAVTOR’s explosive growth
Børge Hetland, CCO at NAVTOR, with Andrè Tarberg, Purchase Manager at Havila Shipping ASA
Exactly eight years ago today e-Navigation specialist NAVTOR signed its first customer, launching the concept of Pay As You Sail (PAYS) ENC subscription to the global marketplace. The customer was Havila Shipping ASA and the vessel PAYS set sail with, the Havila Clipper, is still using the same solution to this day. However, it’s no longer alone on the voyage
“We’re just about to hit a very significant milestone,” remarks company CCO Børge Hetland, “with almost 6000 vessels now subscribing to NAVTOR’s innovative e-Navigation solutions. It’s been an exciting journey,” he adds, “and the Havila Clipper marked the first step on the way.”
NAVTOR, a global leader in advanced e-Navigation services, has partnered with Japan’s “K” Line RoRo Bulk Ship Management Co. Ltd (KRBS), the “K”LINE Group, to develop a digital manoeuvring assistant, enabling safer, more accurate and optimally efficient vessel operations. Now the new Manoeuvring Assistant module will be available on NAVTOR’s digital planning tool NavStation (from version 5.2).
Tor Svanes, the founder and CEO of e-Navigation specialist NAVTOR, has been honoured for his role in enabling the development of ‘smarter shipping’ within the maritime industry. Svanes, who established NAVTOR in 2011 after previously leading both Jeppesen and C-MAP Norway, was revealed as the recipient of the prestigious SMART4SEA Leadership Award this night at a gala awards event at the Yacht Club of Greece in Piraeus.
STRICTER INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS - Navigating new regulations with ease and peace of mind
Senior Product Manager Gaute Fossmark demonstrating Environmental Regulations layer in NavStation
With the latest rules, the IMO 2020 sulphur cap, having come into force on 1 January 2020, and a raft of decarbonisation measures expected in the near future, owners need to know what regulations apply where.