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PSM Marine’s First Online Product Training Series: A Global Success

We are thrilled to share that we recently marked a new milestone in its history by successfully hosting an inaugural online product training series in collaboration with partners from around the globe. With participants from 14 countries, our virtual event brought together 40 dedicated attendees.

The enthusiasm and engagement shown by all participants exceeded our expectations. We are proud to have successfully adapted to the virtual format, and it is great to witness how technology can bridge gaps and bring together maritime industry professionals worldwide.

But this is just the beginning! We are excited to announce that there are more events on the horizon.  Our next session will provide an in-depth look into the technical aspects of ‘Connect’, our Digital Monitoring System.

We extend our thanks to everyone who made our first online training series a resounding success and eagerly anticipate the opportunities that lie ahead.

Stay tuned as we continue our journey of learning, growth, and innovation.




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