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April 1, 2015

MPM Software delivered to Ports of Auckland

   The Awanuia (photo courtesy of Marine Software)

The Awanuia (photo courtesy of Marine Software)


U.K.-based Marine Software Ltd recently supplied the Ports of Auckland with the MPMWin (Marine Planned Maintenance system) for a range of harbor towage vessels. This includes the fuel tanker vessel "Awanuia" GRT 2,747, which is owned by Seafuels, a subsidiary of Ports of Auckland/Z-Energy.

The following harbour vessels will be managed and centrally controlled from the office OPM system ashore, with "Awanuia" using the on-board MPM version.

Harbour towage vessels "WakaKume" & "Waipapa" are ASD Tugs with 50T bollard pull/4,500BHP, "Hauraki" is an ASD Tug (new Damen 2411) having 70T bollard pull/5,700BHP and "Daldy" a Voith Tug with 25T bollard pull/2,300BHP.

Ports of Auckland have four tugs that perform 95% of the towage on Auckland harbor.

Marine Software LtdUnited Kingdom
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