Singapore: Efficiency and safety were the key topics at the Singapore User Conference organized by IS Seacos Asia, a wholly owned subsidiary of Interschalt Maritime Systems. The conference marked the official premiere of the new StowMan software. “StowMan opens up a new dimension in stowage planning, by significantly speeding it up and efficiently optimizing it at the same time,” Interschalt said in a release.
Also on display was Interschalt’s Fleet Operation Center (FOC), which serves to increase efficiency and prevent accidents. Furthermore, IS Seacos Asia offered participants a look at brand-new features of the MACS3 loading computer, such as the improved TROP software module for trim optimization.
"StowMan will be the stowage planning of the future. Aided by the input of pilot customers, we will ensure that the software is maximally adapted to the needs of future users", said Interschalt ceo Robert Gärtner. [10/12/13]