Asset Performance Networks Completes Benchmarking Program for Masterbulk Ship Management Pte Ltd's Dry Docking Operations

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Asset Performance Networks has completed benchmarking for Masterbulk Ship Management Pte Ltd's dry docking operations in order to identify opportunities for improvement

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Masterbulk wanted to identify and understand opportunities for improvement in their dry docking approach.

Asset Performance Networks (AP-Networks) recently completed an independent review and benchmarking program for Masterbulk Ship Management Pte Ltd in Singapore.

In their continuous drive towards performance excellence, Masterbulk wanted to identify and understand opportunities for improvement in their dry docking approach. To further this goal, AP-Networks executed a benchmarking program on recent Masterbulk dry dockings. Additionally, AP-Networks compared Masterbulk’s dry docking approach with Industry best practices.

About Masterbulk Ship Management Pte Ltd
Masterbulk Private Limited was established in Singapore in July 1995 following a spin off from Westfal-Larsen & Co A/S in Bergen, Norway. A subsidiary of the Westfal-Larsen Group of Companies, Masterbulk owns and operates a fleet of Open Hatch Gantry Crane Vessels for handling unitized cargoes. Masterbulk Ship Management Pte Ltd is the wholly owned subsidiary in Singapore, responsible for maintaining the fleet, and a manning office in Manila, Philippines, and is proud of having one of the highest retention rates for seafarers in the industry.

About AP-Networks
Asset Performance Networks is the trusted leader for improving asset and operational performance in petroleum, chemical, and energy companies worldwide. The company’s solutions are a powerful hybrid of Software as a Service (SaaS) and consulting expertise that generates measurable results. Since AP-Networks was founded, the company has focused on bringing predictability and competitiveness to high-risk events—namely, capital projects and turnarounds. Industry leaders not only recognize the AP-Networks brand, they insist on the company’s involvement in their most critical improvement initiatives. For more information on AP-Networks, please visit http://www.ap-networks.com/index.html.

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