ISL, Oslo Bulk and AEC Sign up for Dataloy
Three major dry-bulk players have signed up and implemented Dataloy VMS during the last half year.
International Shipping & Logistics (ISL) is based in Jebel Ali Free Zone and is involved in operating ships carrying dry cargo for its various clients across geographies. The company was incorporated in 2004 and over the years, it has established itself as a reputed, niche ship operator. The company carries more than 3 million tons per year of a wide range of products. The company has implemented the full Dataloy VMS.
Oslo Bulk is a privately owned shipping company based in Oslo, Singapore and Kaliningrad. The company operates 10 modern dry bulk sister vessels of 8,000 dwt operating worldwide with a variety of cargoes. Oslo Bulk has opted to run the full VMS as a service, hosted on Dataloy’s servers in Singapore.
Agriculture & Energy Carriers (AEC) specializes in commercial relationships and representations involving commodities requiring ocean transport with focus on the drybulk sector. All types of commodities and products are carried in bulk carriers of various sizes. AEC works with an established forward cargo book. AEC also offers commercial management services, giving ship owners the opportunity to gain access to the company’s worldwide wealth of commercial experience and network worldwide. AEC has opted to run the full VMS as a service, hosted on Dataloy’s servers in the USEC.