Brittany Ferries selects RINA’s SERTICA

2023-06-30T17:00:28+00:00 June 30th, 2023|Technology|

Brittany Ferries has chosen RINA’s SERTICA for its new fleet management system.

The decision to implement SERTICA followed an extensive evaluation by Brittany Ferries, in seeking a reliable and hosted fleet management solution. Brittany Ferries joins other ferry operators, which have already integrated the system into daily operations.

Developed by RINA, SERTICA is specifically designed to streamline and optimise maritime operations, by offering a wide range of features for maintenance, procurement, and safety management. The system empowers fleet operators with the tools to enhance efficiency and ensure regulatory compliance, the company claimed.

SERTICA is expected to deliver numerous benefits for Brittany Ferries, as the maintenance management features will enable proactive vessel maintenance. By adopting RINA’s system, Brittany Ferries will replace multiple systems.

Arnaud Le Poulichet, Brittany Ferries’ Director of Maintenance and Engineering, said, “We are confident that SERTICA’s suite of fleet management tools will enhance our operational capabilities. We look forward to a strong and successful partnership in the years to come.”

Lars Riisberg, RINA Digital Solutions Executive Vice President, added, “The success of SERTICA in gaining the trust of major ferry companies operating in France underscores its ability to meet the complex demands of the maritime sector. With its intuitive user interface, advanced analytics, and reporting capabilities, it provides invaluable insights to fleet managers, enabling data-driven decision-making and ensuring regulatory compliance.”

As SERTICA continues to expand its user base among the leading ferry companies in France, the maritime industry is witnessing a transformation in fleet management and operations. The widespread adoption of this advanced solution heralds a new era of efficiency, safety, and reliability for ferry operators and paves the way for further advancements in the maritime sector, RINA claimed.