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V.Group announces new model of technical management with ‘Fleet Cell of the Future’

Logistic News - Published on Wed, 08 Aug 2018

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V.Group, the leading global marine and offshore vessel management and support services provider, announced the launch of its groundbreaking Fleet Cell of the Future, a prototype for the future of technical management and marine support services. This new design of operation rethinks and redesigns the traditional Fleet Cell model, the building block of technical management at V.Group. With market-leading performance design and an open-plan layout based on the latest in ergonomic research, it enables a shift away from single user focus to full team problem-solving.

The Fleet Cell of the Future acts as a test bed for innovations, where the technical management team can measure operational, financial, and customer KPIs for the Fleet Cell and measure the effectiveness of new approaches and technology, based on agile processes.

By adopting this new approach, V.Group has already seen significant improvements in the operational KPI’s for procurement, certification, defect reporting and application of best working practices within an existing Fleet Cell of 17 vessels. There are more innovation initiatives in the pipeline, as well as an increased number of potential innovative partnerships.

These tangible results are testament to the fact that every facet of innovation in the creation of the Fleet Cell of the Future has been designed around what will deliver a measurable impact for V.Group’s customers. Every aspect of the project has been designed to ensure quicker communication and recall of data between the Fleet Cell and crew, as well as within the Fleet Cell itself.

Mr Jon Key, director of strategy, innovation and transformation at V.Group, said that “Digital transformation isn’t about giving everyone an iPad, putting giant screen on a wall to make a room look like a NASA control room, or creating an app and saying job done. We’re looking at how people talk to each other, work together, and solve problems for our customers as a team. Little things, like stand-up meetings every day and giving everyone in the cell the permission – and responsibility – to solve problems, can have far more impact than a new piece of tech.

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Posted By : Joykumar Irom on Wed, 08 Aug 2018
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