Digital cartography business C-MAP is acquired by Lloyd’s Register

7th December 2020

Digital cartography business C-MAP is acquired by Lloyd’s Register

Lloyd’s Register (LR) is to acquire the commercial marine business C-MAP from the Navico Group.

C-MAP, established in 1985, is a leading provider of commercial marine cartography and digital publications, shore-side and shipside voyage optimisation, cloud-based fleet management and fleet analytics software, and will be integrated into the i4 Insight platform.

C-MAP’s commercial products and services have been part of the Navico Group, the world’s largest manufacturer of marine electronics, since 2016. The acquisition includes C-MAP’s charts and publications, route planning and fleet management, weather services, professional services, and marine hydrographic services.

Acquiring the commercial marine cartography business builds on LR’s vision of solving problems with integrated digital solutions with the aim of conquering the challenge of isolated and disconnected maritime systems. It follows recent partnership agreements between i4 Insight and other maritime players including Greensteam and Laros.

Joel Meltzner, CEO of i4 Insight, said:

Nial McCollum, Lloyd’s Register chief technology officer, commented:

All parties involved see it as a positive move for the business.

Navico CEO Knut Frostad said:

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