Zeaborn implements FleetVision across vessel portfolio

Zeaborn Ship Management is to implement ShipIn Systems’ visual fleet management platform, FleetVision, across a large part of its diverse vessel portfolio.

With operations in a number of locations across Europe and Asia to represent shipowners, Zeaborn is rolling out the AI-supported technology to assist onboard and on-shore teams in identifying hazards, removing obstacles and gathering information to create processes that prevent future issues from occurring.

Stefan Schindler, senior vice-president projects and performance of Zeaborn Ship Management, said: “After an intensive operational pilot phase on board different vessel types, we’re thrilled to partner with ShipIn, with the ultimate target to implement FleetVision across our managed fleet. ShipIn has already added significant value to our organisation and we strongly believe this solution will improve transparency, safety and security, thus improving overall operations for our entire fleet.

"Furthermore, safety is a part of our DNA and value proposition. The safety of our workforce and the continuous training of various critical safety situations on board, including new tools and software, is also a part of our ESG strategy as a responsible third-party ship manager. FleetVision gives us the opportunity to enhance the safety awareness of our most important asset, our colleagues on board, on a real case basis.”

Osher Perry, CEO of ShipIn Systems, added: “Seafarers’ workload is continuously increasing, without the tools necessary to help them do their jobs efficiently and safely. ShipIn bridges that gap by providing a single platform for crew, managers and owners to collaborate on the same information in real time. We’re delighted that Zeaborn recognises the value of our platform and we look forward to a fruitful, long-lasting collaboration.”

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