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SafeTug


by Trelleborg Marine Systems Denmark A/S 13 -

Bringing large vessels into port is an important and complex process that requires the ship's captain, tug skippers and port operators to precisely coordinate their efforts - working as a cohesive unit.

Situational awareness is mission critical here. Port operators need high range and accuracy of navigational measurements, clear visibility and access to relevant information in real time.

SafeTug from Trelleborg provides all this and more to create a more effective pilotage experience. It increases operational visibility for all parties to make port approach, berthing and departure easier, safer and more efficient.
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