Cunard Installs Computerized Maintenance System From MMS Aboard Queen Elizabeth 2

Marine Management Systems (MMS) recently completed implementation of their computerized Planned Maintenance (PMS) system aboard Cunard Line's luxury ocean liner Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2), according to an announcement made by MMS president, Eugene D.

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The PMS system, operating on a personal computer (PC), was installed onboard the QE2 in December in cooperation with the Marine Management Centre (MMC) of London, England, during a voyage from Southhampton to New York in order to be fully operational in time for the QE2's world cruise. System setup and training was performed by MMS, while engineering services for system startup were provided by the MMC. All ongoing support for the PMS system will be handled by MMS technical staff in Stamford, Connecticut.

MMS is a leader in providing computerized management information systems for the shipping industry. The PMS system for the QE2 is part of MMS' Ship Management Information Series of integrated PC-based systems for shipboard and shoreside use.

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