AXSMarine releases new Vessel Manager

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New application takes users well beyond a simple “search.”

AXSMarine is the industry leader in easy-to-use interactive knowledge tools. Specifically designed to respond to the specific needs of charterers, owners, operators and brokers in dry bulk, wet bulk and liner shipping, these tools have recently been augmented by the introduction of AXSDry Vessel Manager to the AXSDry suite of applications.

AXSDry Vessel Manager is a highly enhanced “search” function allowing shipping professionals to obtain information on vessels by entering any number of characteristics, including positions, dates, flags, and a wide variety of technical specifications.

AXSDry Vessel Manager is powerful and highly customizable, and was designed using state-of-the-art programming technology. Users will find their work is significantly quicker and more efficient than the Vessel Search tool it has replaced ’ even if still using a dial-up Internet connection. The graphical interface is smooth and easy to use. The tool’s search results can be output in any customized format to look the way each subscriber wishes, from a classical “telex-style” list to an exportable Excel chart.

In the same spirit of lightening the load for brokers, Stephen Fletcher, Commercial Director for AXSMarine, highlights his company’s commitment to listening to its users’ needs, “The creation of AXSDry Vessel Manager clearly demonstrates our commitment to the dry bulk industry and shows how we adapt the good ideas we hear from our customers into our product suite to make it an even better business tool.”

AXSDry Vessel Manager further enhances the other elements of AXSDry suite, including AXSDry Voyage Estimator, AXSDry Distance Calculator, AXSDry Vessel Descriptions, AXSDry Vessel Positions with AXSTracker, AXSDry Freight Matrix, AXSDry Port Database, AXSDry Cargoes, AXSDry Fixtures and AXSDry APS/DOP Converter.


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