28 August 2012. Antwerp-based Scaldis Salvage and Marine Contractors ordered the Star fleet management system and related implementation services with Dutch company MirTac. Scaldis, well-known for amongst others the heavy-lifting/floating crane vessel Rambiz, chose MirTac after a thorough selection process with multiple suppliers.
Jules Schelkens, Superintendent, says: “we were looking for an easy-to-use but complete software solution to meet our requirements for Quality, Environment, Health, Maintenance, Document and Purchase Management. The Star solution combined with MirTac’s expertise excelled in transparency, user friendliness and an outstanding knowledge of our business. With MirTac we will improve our maintenance and purchase processes and continue to comply with both our own and customer Quality standards”.
MirTac is proud to add Scaldis to its customer base: “We are looking forward to start implementing at Scaldis. Scaldis is an innovative company who has performed many specialized and complex marine, heavy-lify projects. We are proud to support them.”
Antwerp-based Scaldis Salvage and Marine Contractors performs projects involving marine-based heavy lifts, ranging from engineering, design and diving up to heavy-lifting. Scaldis’ fleet consists of multipurpose sea-going heavy lift vessel Rambiz and multipurpose sheerleg Norma. The Rambiz is fully certified for ocean passage with cranes fully erected and has a lifting capacity of 3.300 tons. She is suitable for platform installation and removal, wreckage removal and other special heavy lifting tasks. The Norma is a self-propelled multipurpose sheerlegs with a lifting capacity of 440 tons. Scaldis expects a new innovative heavy-lift vessel to be delivered in 2014.
MirTac is a no-nonsense maritime consultancy firm, a leading provider and co-developer of the practical and proven maintenance and fleet management solution Star IPS to all kinds of shipping companies and related industries.
The software is used onboard ship yards, vessels, maritime offices and rigs worldwide, linking them seamlessly. Functionality includes: maintenance, quality assurance, safety & environmental processes, spare parts management & purchasing, crew administration, certificates, cash transactions.
Press Release, August 29, 2012