Rotterdam, 15 August 2018 – MICLYN EXPRESS OFFSHORE recently purchased a NAUTIS simulator equipped with specialized hardware. The new purchase will assist the company to train personnel in a safe and cost-effective manner with state-of-the-art NAUTIS solutions.
Miclyn Express Offshore (MEO) is a global provider of support vessel and project transportation solutions to the oil and gas industry. They have been providing specialised marine transport for more than 40 years from their headquarters in Singapore. The company has a proven track record of operational and safety excellence and prides itself in being a dependable operator of complex and specialized vessels. With a workforce of over 1,500 people, MEO positions itself as one of the leading companies in its field.
The recent NAUTIS purchase marks VSTEP’s third sale to the world renowned charter company. Training on NAUTIS maritime simulators assists the company’s commitment to deliver safe, fit-for-purpose and cost-effective service solutions to customers. Ensuring a safe, engaging and fulfilling workplace for workers is one of the company’s main concerns. NAUTIS is an excellent addition to the company’s maritime training strategy as the simulator delivers true-to-life ship handling training in high detailed and realistic environments tailored to the specific training needs of its users.
The new NAUTIS setup allows personnel and navigation officers to train to the best of their abilities in ship handling. Thanks to the affordable price and small form factor of the NAUTIS desktop simulator, high quality certified training becomes a possibility on any location, including on board of ships or in classroom environments. NAUTIS has a proven track record as a high-quality DNV-GL certified maritime training simulator that caters to a wide array of clients including but not limited to shipping handlers, offshore support companies, training centres and navies.
“VSTEP is very pleased that this sale took place. The NAUTIS simulator will definitely be of great value to MEO. I am happy that our excellent products will be used to improve their captains’ ship handling capabilities. We hope to further develop our relationship with MEO in the future and continue to drive safety standards and training innovations,” says Fabian van den Berg, Commercial Director at VSTEP.