Lloyd’s Register To Acquire C-MAP Commercial From Navico Group

Lloyd’s Register To Acquire C-MAP Commercial From Navico Group

Lloyd’s Register (LR) has actually gotten to an arrangement to obtain Navico Group’s C-MAP industrial aquatic service, a leading supplier of industrial aquatic cartography as well as electronic magazines, shore-side as well as shipside trip optimization, cloud-based fleet administration as well as fleet analytics software program.

The purchase will certainly be incorporated with the i4 Insight system, reinforcing the existing efficiency system environment.

The purchase improves LR’s vision of fixing troubles with incorporated electronic options with the goal of dominating the difficulty of separated as well as separated maritime systems. It complies with current collaboration contracts in between i4 Insight as well as various other maritime gamers consisting of Greensteam as well as Laros.


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C-MAP’s industrial product or services have actually belonged to the Navico Group, the globe’s biggest producer of aquatic electronic devices, because 2016. The purchase consists of C-MAP’s graphes as well as magazines, course preparation as well as fleet administration, weather condition solutions, expert solutions, as well as aquatic hydrographic solutions.

“This important development is further evidence of how LR is rapidly building up our maritime digital solutions. In particular, this acquisition enables us to strengthen how we help our clients, and the maritime industry more broadly, accelerate operational efficiency improvements. Importantly, the capabilities we have acquired are highly relevant to the industry’s goal of simultaneously reducing costs and emissions. This forms part of our wider strategy where we are combining inhouse, proprietary software development with alliance partnerships, corporate venturing and acquisitions – to build more cohesive and integrated digital solutions specifically tailored to maritime market needs,” claimed Nial McCollam, Lloyd’s Register Chief Technology Officer.

“We now have an opportunity to further enhance our i4 Insight platform with a powerful set of navigation products and optimization tools,” claimed Joel Meltzner, Chief Executive Officer of i4 Insight.

“By adding these complementary products and services to our existing capabilities we continue extending our digital strategy focused on ensuring customers have the right information at the right time to solve key operational challenges,” Meltzner ended.

“C-Map Commercial is a fantastic business with great potential, and this is exciting news for anyone associated with the business. Lloyd’s Register is an ambitious organisation that has a long history in shipping and outstanding relationships with its customers. They are focussed on taking C-MAP Commercial to the next level,” claimed Knut Frostad, Chief Executive Officer, Navico Group.

He proceeded: “Navico’s broader strategy is to focus its growth in the recreational and light commercial space, and this divestment aligns precisely with that.”

Reference: lr.org

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