Press Release (ePRNews.com) - HELSINKI, Finland - Feb 27, 2016 - Maritime Security Test Pilot Laboratory Project between Traxer Ltd Oy – Manuh Technologies Inc – CargoTraxSingapore Pvt Ltd, to be located at Vizag Port City, India.
First and the largest Naval Command of the Indian Navy, the Eastern Naval Command of the Indian Navy, is based at the Port of Vizag.
Manuh Technologies Inc (USA & India) in cooperation with CargoTrax Singapore Pvt Ltd of Singapore and Traxer Ltd Oy of Finland, jointly invite the Port of Helsinki, and the Port of Turku, to collaborate to employ up to 100 Finnish ICT specialists for major Maritime Security projects in Soith East Asia, United Arab Emirates, Batic States.
We invite Port Authorities in Sweden – Germany – Estonia – Russia to consider joint participation in this Global Maritime Security Application.
The main focus of the proposed Joint Cooperation is to address the growth of Maritime Security concerns raised by the global terrorist movements.
Several High Security Applications in Information & Communications Technology are to be developed, based on specific demands submitted by several Port & Cruise / Passenger Ferry operators.
Finland Contribution to Global Maritime Industry
Maritime Industry is responsible for transporting 90% of the World Cargo deploying 50,000+ merchant ships of world fleet registered in 150+ countries, employing a multinational seafarers exceeding one million humans.
Almost every single item, whether it be Fuel, Grain, Equipment, Food & Drink, is carried by Ocean going vessels within Maritime Operations.
Finland as a High Technology Innovator is leading the introduction of SeaFocus-MerIT to the global Maritime Community.
Recent spate of terrorism in Air-Sea-Land has increased the awareness and need to introduce High Technology into contain Terrorist activity to facilitate security to Humans & Cargo, as introduced by
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Stephen Lowe – CEO
CargoTraxSingapore Pvt Ltd
Traxer Ltd Oy
Tel: +358-40-770-1234 (Viber – WhatsApp)
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