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re: Broadband at sea. 'A Case In Point: How To Run A Tight Ship'


PACC Ship Managers Pte. Ltd. knows how to run a tight ship. They do it for their parent company, Pacific Carriers Limited (PCL), a Singapore-based company that is a leading owner and operator of dry bulk carriers and product tankers.

In addition to serving as PCL’s in-house ship management arm, PACC also manages vessels for third parties: A total of 46 vessels including dry bulk carriers, product tankers, chemical tankers, container feeder vessels and multi-purpose vessels, with home ports in Singapore, Malaysia and the United Kingdom. Ship management companies are the outsourcers of the maritime industry. Their clients’ core business is moving cargo, and ship managers look after everything else, from manning and equipping to provisioning and maintaining the ship and its systems. Communications is a key piece of the puzzle, for safety at sea, ship management and crew morale.

Managing With se@comm

Since 2005, PACC Ship Managers has been a customer of Telaurus, a Globecomm company that provides a comprehensive service platform for the management of maritime communications. Traditionally, communications at sea involves an unwieldy mix of providers (Inmarsat, Iridium) and services (voice, data) with complex pricing that can produce “sticker shock” when the monthly bill arrives. The se@commTM system from Telaurus provides a single shipboard computer interface for managing email and data..... http://www.satmagazine.com/cgi-bin/display_article.cgi?number=1228721516

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