Navtor has opened a new office in Gdansk, Poland, and expanded its software development network to Houston, St. Petersburg and Egersund, Norway. CEO Tor Svane sees the move as a continuation of the company’s development because it creates a wide-ranging product portfolio on the foundations of Navtor’s e-navigation and intelligent shipping business. “We are opening a new headquarters dedicated to accelerating the development of cloud-based AI solutions and complementing our existing software development networks in Houston and St. Petersburg.”
The move strengthens the ability of companies to develop new products, including ground-breaking cruise solutions, that build on the company’s existing global customer base. Based on a porno-portfolio of innovative e-navigation solutions such as NavStation, the world’s first digital map table, and NavBox, the first certified cyber-secure gateway connecting ships to the mainland, Navtor is expanding its global network from seven full-time offices to more than 20 subsidiaries and distributors.
Navtor is based in Egersund and has a team of professionals with extensive experience in the development, market, distribution and support of official electronic maps and navigation information services for professionals in the maritime market. The headquarters used to be in Stavanger, but since Navtor was founded, the company has returned to shipping. Recalling the actions of Silicon Valley ACEL and KKR, a $10 billion capital commitment to open new offices in Germany and Denmark, the purchase of Houston Tres Solutions to improve the environment and reduce operating costs and the launch of the Navfleet Navstation 60.
The plan is to expand
Navtor, a leading provider of navigation software to the maritime industry, announced today that it has acquired a majority stake in Accel and KKR, leading global software investment firms based in Silicon Valley. Navtor has established itself as the world’s leading provider of innovative e-navigation solutions since its launch in 2011, and is a full-service provider of navigation products and services for the maritime sector. Navigation company Navtor announced that Tor A. Svane, founder of C-Map Roksa Norway, has been appointed Managing Director.
Navtor is the world-leading provider of cloud-based electronic navigation solutions including electronic nautical charts (ECCs), digital maritime publications, route optimization and fleet management with an integrated platform that provides navigators with essential travel information to address complex transit planning challenges. Navtor has recently completed a major upgrade of its Navstation software and introduced new features that provide enhanced security, ease of use, accuracy and efficiency to the digitized shipping industry.
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Reaching new horizons
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