AMI Marine will demo its Ships Movement Information Display System and other products at SMM in September
This article was first published in the Autumn/Winter 2018 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review. All information was correct at the time of printing, but may since have changed.
Operators of all kinds, from blue-chip international fleets to fishing fleets, supply vessels, tugs and offshore wind farm vessels, trust AMI Marine to supply and support safety systems for both crew and passengers.
AMI began in 1995 as a specialist in interfacing and retransmission products. Today, it provides a wide range of products and services for clients internationally, including Condor Ferries, Stena Line and other high-speed ferries that operate in the English Channel and Mediterranean. Its flying squad of trained bridge and navigation engineers are always on hand to deal with emergencies. They are able to reach a distressed vessel anywhere in the world, within 18 hours of first being notified.
AMI supplies mandatory IMO-approved equipment and non-mandatory safety systems, and it’s often asked to design and produce unique solutions. Specialising in data recording for incident investigation, AMI has an extensive family of recorders including X-series VHF recorders (VHF/AIS/GPS), X-MDR (recording with CCTV), simplified voyage data recorders and new-generation voyage data recorder systems, among others.
The company also provides fleet management contracts; special project management for refits, system replacement and product development; specialist product and system sourcing; product development collaborations; marketing, sales and support of other brand bridge and navigation systems; hand deliveries including documentation; and marine hazardous goods logistics.
AMI will demo its Ships Movement Information Display System and other products at SMM this September.
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