VesselMan Appoints Konstantinos Machairas as Greek Representative

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Published Jan 20, 2019 1:52 AM by The Maritime Executive

VesselMan, a leading provider of cloud-based software to digitalize the execution of complex maritime projects, has announced the appointment of Konstantinos Machairas as its representative in Greece to work with an increasing number of clients in Southern Europe.

Glenn Edvardsen, CEO of VesselMan commented: “If you are serious about shipping, you need to be serious about Greece, and that means having a presence in this market. We’ve already seen a big increase in interest in our solutions as Greek companies digitalize their project management, and Konstantinos is the right person to further increase our local profile.”

“Greek shipping companies, like shipping companies everywhere, are looking at how they can increase efficiencies and take advantage of the digital wave. For major maritime projects like dry-docking, repairs and conversions, they are moving away from the use of Excel spreadsheets to more comprehensive project management software. We are acutely aware that every day of off-hire we save through good project management, is a day of earnings for a company and owner.”

VesselMan offers a fast, easy-to-implement and cost-efficient option to improve shipowners’ technical/fleet management operations. VesselMan is delivered as Software-as-a-service (SaaS), provided at a low and predictable cost.

Machairas has a strong track record of growing maritime sales in Greece and developing commercial relationships in Southern Europe. He is one of the few people who can combine maritime and software sales experience, which will be of great benefit to VesselMan’s clients and business partners.

“I’m excited about becoming a part of VesselMan, a company that is providing a truly unique and effective service to owners and managers,” said Machairas. “It’s an exciting time in Greek shipping, where there is a real interest in exploring how digitization can improve shipping operations.” 

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