Marintec Indonesia Show 2016

  AMI MARITIME has successfully participated in the Marintec Indonesia Show last November 23-25, 2016. AMI grabbed this opportunity and launched the new X-VHFR which is the mini voyage recorder and designed for vessels which are not required by IMO for VDR/SVDR but add on safety device. AMI also launched  the BlueTraker Fuel Monitoring System which is the most economical solution for vessels to manage fuel consumption and help customer to save their cost. First time in Indonesia Market, AMI's Partners in China presented also their product such as HHM Radar, Gulf GPS, Navtex, Anemometer and CCTV.  We would like to thank all the customers who visited our stand and give them their support.

By |December 1st, 2016|News|0 Comments

AMI Vancouver soon will rise..

Due to extensive customer feedback and the demand in North America, AMI MARITIME would like to demonstrate it's commitment in the World of Marine Electronics by extending it's branches and target to open a new office in Vancouver. AMI VANCOUVER will be headed by Mr. Richard and supports the AMI products and customers specially the ports in Coastal Line. Mr. Richard visited the BlueTraker stand during the Pacific Marine Expo in Seattle last November 19, 2016 and have a good meeting with the Chief Executive Officer of BlueTraker. AMI VANCOUVER will help the BlueTraker to push the VMS to Canadian Fishery Projects with the support from BlueTraker Telematics Project Team.  

By |November 24th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Asia Pacific Maritime Singapore 2016

AMI MARITIME PTE LTD has successfully participated in the Asia Pacific Maritime last 16th - 18th of March 2016, which is one of the Asia's leading in Shipbuilding and Marine, Workboat and Offshore Exhibitions. AMI MARITIME jointly exhibited with the sister company GULF OFFSHORE at the stand F-A42 in Hall F on Basement 2. Amongst of our product lines, they exhibited the followings with principals support: AMI SMIDS Presentation and the latest X-VDR (touch screen control panel display) New hi-tech radar, which is the PC radar with supreme targets capture and easy service ChartWorld ECDIS, the latest touch screen version G2 BlueTraker LRIT, SSAS, VMS and the new Octopus 10, the onboard information display. As the exclusive Distributor of BlueTraker, we has the full support by maker EMA DKM502 acoustic beacon with 5 years life time battery, provided by Dukane Seacom AMI Maritime would like to thank the customers all over the world to visit and gave them their full support! AMI Maritime will continuously supply their quality product and service as return to their loyal customers.

By |March 13th, 2016|News|0 Comments

Marintec China 2015

AMI Maritime Pte Ltd presented BlueTraker products at the MarinTec exhibition 2015 - the largest Asian Industry Event. The 18th MarinTec in China was held in Shanghai New International Expo Center, from December 1 to 4, 2015, attracting over 57,000 Professional Visitors from 88 countries, making it the most international and most authoritative industry event in Asia. BlueTraker® brand’s leading product, BlueTraker VMS was presented by AMI Maritime Pte Ltd, official distributor of BlueTraker products for South-East Asia. “We were exhibiting BlueTraker solutions for the first time on MarinTec, to raise our profile in Southeastern Asia. Our expectations of the exhibition were met in full. We had many international visitors at our stand, among them several Maritime professionals and Authorities Representatives. In 2017 we will be back again,” explained Mr. Kenny Zhu, Director of AMI Maritime Pte Ltd. BlueTraker® VMS are high security fisheries monitoring satellite terminals. Compared to other tracking and monitoring solutions, BlueTraker terminals are known for many advantages, such as reduced cost of reporting, dual communication channels architecture for increased redundancy in case of malfunction, All in One Box design including backup battery power supply for additional security and true global communication coverage, including Sea area A4 with capability to survive temperatures down to -55°C.

By |November 29th, 2013|News|0 Comments