Bulkfleet Marine Awards Maintenance System Contract To Stanwick

The Stanwick Corporation's Operations Engineering Division has been awarded a contract by Bulkfleet Marine Corporation to provide an automated maintenance management system for Bulkfleet's two dedicated, deep-notch tug/barge units (DDNTBU) in the 28,000-dwt class, powered by four economically efficient heavy fuel burning diesel engines.

The system to be installed by Stanwick provides simple yet effective means for managing and documenting preventive and repair maintenance actions. As an automated system, it is characterized by operational simplicity, minimum paperwork for chief engineers, and timely and efficient production of maintenance status and machinery history reports.

According to Dexter Rumsey, a vice president of Stanwick's Operations Engineering Division and designer of Stanwick's automated maintenance management system, the system will achieve improved equipment reliability and extended equipment life at lower manpower and parts costs. The system is of a modular design, which allows customers the flexibility and capability to address unique and specific reporting requirements through customization and adaptation of the full spectrum of maritime operational needs.

Bulkfleet Marine Corporation's director of engineering Bob Osmer predicts that these two tug barge units will offer customers the most economical transport service currently available in the petroleum and bulk products industries.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 29,  Jan 1981

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