Satellite communications specialist Tototheo Maritime has reached a significant milestone by installing over 1,000 Fleet Xpress terminals. This achievement was announced by Inmarsat, the provider of Fleet Xpress, on November 20th. Inmarsat, now a part of Viasat, views the maritime industry as a crucial target market for its services.
The installations of these terminals span a variety of vessel types, including container and general cargo ships, tankers, bulk carriers, and very large crude carriers. Tototheo Maritime has been working alongside Inmarsat Maritime for more than 30 years, and their collaboration has played a pivotal role in promoting the adoption of the Fleet Xpress service since its launch in 2016.
Despina Panayiotou Theodosiou, the co-CEO of Tototheo Maritime, expressed her pride in this achievement and highlighted the successful long-standing partnership with Inmarsat. She stated, “Having activated over 1,000 Fleet Xpress terminals, we look forward to continuing to support the maritime industry in utilizing the power of data and digitalization using Fleet Xpress.”
The Fleet Xpress service by Inmarsat offers high-speed internet connectivity to vessels, enabling reliable communications, remote monitoring, and enhanced operational efficiency. With the increasing demand for digitalization in the maritime industry, Fleet Xpress has emerged as a leading solution for ship owners and operators worldwide.
As Tototheo Maritime crosses this significant milestone, it solidifies its position as a trusted provider of satellite communications solutions, dedicated to serving the maritime sector. The company’s expertise and continued partnership with Inmarsat will undoubtedly contribute to the further adoption and development of Fleet Xpress in the coming years.