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Wallem sets out strategy change

Wallem has rebranded its corporate identity to reflect the company’s updated strategy and service offering. 

Frank Coles, Wallem ceo.

The company said itwill harness the latest technology to improve asset management transparency and efficiency. Through the collaboration with vessel owners, Wallem hopes to deliver on its vision of being “the leading provider of technology-driven maritime solutions in a customer-centric and transparent manner”.

This, according to Wallem, will be built on three fundamental values: supporting quality through safety; transparency through technology; and service through support. 

These values will also pave the way for Wallem to introduce new services, such as technology consultancy. 

“We want to be consultative experts and provide world-class support to owners as they grapple with industry-wide challenges such as the International Maritime Organization’s sulphur cap and the menace of cyber threats, whilst maintaining a competitive edge in an increasingly tight market,” explained Wallem ceo Frank Coles. 

“These are the issues shipping is contending with as we head into the 2020s and the current approach to ship management just is not compatible. By identifying what matters, our new vision sets us on a path to fix that disconnect.”

www.wallem.com

 

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