Transas Marine International
Transas Port and Vessel Traffic Management Solutions are suitable for nearly all ports, harbours and offshore facilities and complying with international standards and ensuring maritime safety and navigation efficiency, as well as protecting the marine environment.
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February, 2014 – Bulgaria. Transas Marine has signed contracts with the Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company (BPI Co) for the implementation of two significant Vessel Traffic System projects in Bulgaria.
December, 2013 –France. The National Maritime College of France Ecole Nationale Supérieure Maritime (ENSM) officially inaugurated its state-of the-art VTS Simulator delivered and installed by the Transas Marine. New VTS Simulation Suite meets all relevant requirements stated by the IALA recommendation V-103 on Standards for Training and Certification of VTS Personnel.
November, 2013 – Argentina. Transas USA are pleased to announce the successful installation of the Vessel Traffic Management System in Bahia Blanca Port.
June 2013, Indonesia. – Transas Marine Pacific and its local representative in Indonesia have been awarded new contracts from the Government Department of Sea Transportation to supply and install Vessel Traffic Management Systems for Samarinda and Banjarmasin ports. In addition to this, Transas will upgrade the current VTS system in the Semarang port with a fully redundant AIS Base Station T214.
April 2013, Malaysia. – Transas Marine Pacific, in cooperation with its partner KASI Malaysia Sdn Bhd, has been awarded two contracts for installation of Vessel Traffic Management Systems in Tawau Port and Kimanis Bay Terminal.
March, 2013. – Transas Marine launches its brand-new Remote Worker Tracking System (RWTS), enabling clients to substantially increase OHS levels in construction works on offshore structures such as wind and wave generators or any other offshore platform, by offering an innovative and easy-to-use personnel tracking system.
February, 2013. Aqaba, Jordan. - Transas Middle East successfully installed and commissioned Standalone AIS Solution at the Port of Aqaba, Jordan within the EU-funded SafeMed II Project.
Transas Saint-Petersburg premises hosted the official ceremony to celebrate the signing of the agreement, under which Industrial Investors Group becomes a strategic partner and a shareholder of Transas.
Transas announces its 3D VTS solution. First presented to the world maritime market in 2008, the current version of 3D VTS has been significantly upgraded.
Transas Mediterranean in cooperation with its local partner SERAMAR have delivered a Vessel Traffic Management Sysytem (VTMS) to Port Autonome de Lomé.
Transas Marine has completed modernisation of a Vesssel Traffic Management System in the Ukraine - February, 2011
Transas Ukraine has modernised an existing Vessel Traffic Management System (VTMS) in the Ukrainian port of Ilyichevsk.
Transas Marine, in cooperation with its Indonesian partner PT MultiIntegra, have successfully installed three Vessel Traffic Management Systems in Indonesia.
Transas announces the release of Navi-Harbour 4.3-VTS technology intended to manage and monitor vessel traffic in ports and coastal areas.
Transas Baltic has signed a contract with Lithuanian Armed Forces to supply and install the LITHUANIAN NAVY SEA SURVEILLANCE INFORMATION SYSTEM (SSIS)
Transas has completed a VTS system upgrade in Surabaya, one of Indonesia's busiest ports. The contract is honoured by Indonesia's Ministry of Sea Transportation. All scope of the work was coordinated and controlled by Transas' representative in Indonesia, PT MultiIntegra.
Port of Wellington, New Zealand, has recently been upgraded with eminent Transas Navi-Harbour VTS System.
More and more customers all over the world entrust Transas to furnish ports with state-of-the-art equipment to deal with the growing complexity of port operations.
The Gibraltar Port Authority's initiation to renew its VTS system has developed into a mutually beneficial agreement with Transas.
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