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Safepath wins tender from The Norwegian Costal Authority


Will deliver maintenance system and electronic logbooks to the vessels of The Norwegian Costal Authority. 



The Norwegian Costal Authority is governed by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, and is a national agency for costal administration, sea safety and preparedness against emergency pollution. The Norwegian Costal Authority actively works for safe sea transport through protecting the transport industry's needs for accessibility and effective harbours. 


This spring, the Norwegian Costal Authority published the tender for the procurement of a maintenance system and electronic logbooks for their main vessels, work vessels and office. As one of several suppliers, Safepath won the tender and will now commence the work on delivery. 


The contract formation was celebrated in Ålesund, friday the 15th of September.


This is a recognition of Safepath's longlasting work with he development of modern management systems. We are proud and humble, and are excited to embark on this collaboration with The Norwegian Costal Authority. We are both stakeholders who work towards increased safety at sea and it is a pleasure for us to be able to contribute with good solutions for the employees of the Norwegian Costal Authority who do an amazing and important job along the Norwegian costal line. – says CEO at Safepath, Sidsel Sæterøy.


Safepath is one of Norway's leading companies within sea safety and preparedness and has a client porfolio which represent the breadth of the maritime indutry. We employ experienced seafarers who mans the 24/7 Control Center, trains other seafarers, develops easy to understand procedures and shares critical information with rescue agencies in emergency situations. We have also developed an innovative, user-friendly and digitial system for safety management which includes amongst other things a maintenance system with integrated electronic logbooks.  


Safepath provides a system which is innovative, modern and forward-looking. The system will ensure that the Norwegian Costal Authroity can effectively follow up with our vessels and equipment, together with a simplification of today's routines for reporting. – says Alf Arne Borgund, Section Cheif at The Norwegian Costal Authority.