Radio Holland intensifies their strategic partnership with Danelec. The agreement has been signed during Europort in Rotterdam. On top of that they launched a VDR campaign.

The partnership with Radio Holland is focused on ensuring that ship owners and operators around the world can get access to the most efficient service for immediate installation and support of a complete and scalable range of Voyage Data Recorder solutions to make sure vessels comply with the latest regulations and keep moving.

Launch VDR campaign

Radio Holland recently launched the Danelec Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) campaign. The proper functioning of the Voyage Data Recorder is crucial to the ship’s safety and plays a vital role when investigating an incident. Having identified the significant amount of discontinued and out of service VDR’s onboard of ships, we felt it as our duty, being the knowledge center for our customers, to team up with our long-lasting & strong partner Danelec Marine, to come up with a VDR retrofit.

Sven Zaadnoordijk, Regional Director Asia of Radio Holland Group says:
“When Danelec reached out to us searching for a reliable global integrator in the Marine Industry we immediately recognized the potential of their product portfolio. Danelec’s innovative product development and data driven solutions further accelerates the Strategic Roadmap of Radio Holland to serve her customers along the major shipping routes.“

About Danelec Marine

Danelec Marine develops technologies to optimize the safety, cost and performance of marine operations. Based outside of Copenhagen, Denmark, the company is a leading manufacturer of Voyage Data Recorders (VDR), Electronic Chart Display & Information Systems (ECDIS) and ship-2-shore data solutions, with products installed on more than 6,000 vessels worldwide.

Danelec marine is committed to providing the most effective products and services that help customers in the marine industry to meet changing regulations and to operate more efficiently through the application of data collected on board and accessed via the cloud.

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