Innovez One, provider of port management information software, will supply its marineM system to HHH Marine under a multi-year contract.
The digital technology is expected to allow HHH Marine to streamline its entire ordering, vessel and job planning, update, and billing operations with real-time execution.
HHH Marine is also expected to be able to dispatch logistics jobs wirelessly to mobile devices, and monitor movements of its fleet and progress of every single job simultaneously in real-time by using GPS and AIS tracking.
“Currently, many operators in the marine logistics sector rely on manual, paper-based processes or Excel spreadsheets to arrange and execute jobs. Digitising these processes can deliver substantial cost savings every year for fleets, as well as giving them close control over their operations and providing crews with the right support that they need,” said David Yeo, group ceo and founder of Innovez One.
“Launch and supply boat operators, such as HHH Marine, are on the front line in digitising the port’s sea transport and logistic operations. Operators can improve the efficiency and sustainability of their operations, as well as increase their profitability, commercial success, and competitiveness in the eyes of their customers with the right application of digital technology,” Yeo added.
The marineM solution will be rolled out in phases starting with HHH Marine’s small boat fleet, to further extend the use of marineM to include the operations of its supply boats and off port limits operations. Full implementation is planned to be completed by the first quarter of 2021.
Annie Tan, director of HHH Marine & Logistics, commented: “To meet the increasing demands of our customers, we looked for a solution that will boost the efficiency, competitiveness, and commercial success of our operations, which Innovez One provides with proven, tangible results.
“After a careful review, Innovez One’s innovative use of AI planning tools will enable our growing fleet to become increasingly efficient, reducing costs, and reducing unnecessary fuel consumption,” she said.