SES Networks and Tototheo Maritime, a leading Cyprus-based maritime communications company signed a five-year agreement that will have SES Networks’ Skala Global Platform deliver seamless, reliable data connectivity services to the maritime communications company.
Tototheo Maritime’s customers will benefit from an efficient communication VSAT network that optimises fleet operations and cost efficiency, while enabling crew to stay connected to their families anytime and anywhere. This step-up in reliable connectivity will enable the full potential of digital investments, drive better onshore management of vital assets, and improve compliance systems for shipowners.
SES Networks’ Skala Global Platform’s flexible bandwidth management, advanced automatic beam switching, and sophisticated network management system will allow crew and operators to take full advantage of connectivity-powered services that can boost profitability, efficiency, and crew welfare.
Commenting on the deal, Despina Pan. Theodosiou, Joint CEO at Tototheo Maritime said, “We are very excited to enter into this partnership with SES Networks. At Tototheo Maritime we take great pride in our long-term relationships with partners and customers, which allow us to create synergies and add to the value chain. Data-enabled efficiency and compliance technologies in the market today are making a real impact for shipowners, as well as for their crews’ safety and welfare. As a service provider in the industry for 35 years, we understand how important it is for our customers to remain flexible and versatile, while investing in reliable and futureproof solutions. We believe we have found a like-minded partner in SES.”
Simon GattySaunt, Vice President Sales, Global Partners at SES Networks said, “Faster and more reliable connectivity represents an incredible opportunity for shipowners. In fact, ship owners in Tototheo Maritime’s market understand the need to leverage new technologies to reduce operating costs and deliver long-term value. The connectivity delivered by SES Networks opens up these strategic options for shipowners and removes the connectivity barriers that have held many others in the industry back.”