Svitzer: Mission-Critical Connectivity

Svitzer: Mission-Critical Connectivity

Part of the Maersk Group, Svitzer has been providing safety and support services at sea since 1833. With 4000 employees, a fleet of 430 vessels and operations all over the world, Svitzer is recognised as the global market leader within towage and emergency response.

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To standardise communication across Svitzer’s global tug fleet with robust and reliable high speed connectivity, managing a fleet of 430 vessels that are distributed globally and exposed to extreme weather conditions and challenging operations.

A ruggedised Cradlepoint COR router combined with NetCloud Manager and Zscaler Internet Security; a robust, cloud-managed solution capable of supporting a global fleet and delivering mission-critical, secure connectivity in extreme and remote environments.

  • Improved, streamlined communications across the Svitzer global fleet
  • Fleet up-time and productivity has been boosted
  • Significant improvement in the performance of Svitzer’s on-board applications
  • Simplified troubleshooting means downtime is minimised for on-board users
  • Dramatic decrease in the load on IT support resources
  • Secure, standardised and reliable on-board ICT allowing effective and safe operations

“ supported us throughout the project. From helping us to understand the overall solution to providing technical assistance, they made sure we were fully supported. To have rolled-out this global solution in just over 12 months has been a humongous task.

Today we are better synchronised as an organisation, with vastly improved connectivity and better communications with our vessels. Having Cradlepoint’s solution has definitely proved a business enabler.”

– Khurram Inam, Svitzer’s Regional IT Manager for Europe.

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