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Ship Efficiency Weekly E-News Bulletin 13 March 2016

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EU MRV Digital Platform Gets Independent Verification

Verifavia has independently verified an ICT Solution which can assist shipping companies with regulatory compliance with the European Union’s Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV).

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Maritime Data Engine To Power Smart Ships

INTERSCHALT maritime systems AG has developed and launched a data normalisation application that features innovations for onboard data collection, normalisation and provision from ship systems.

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Unique Owner-Charterer Clean Tech Retrofits Reap 25% Fuel Savings

Hammonia Reederei is to retrofit three sister vessels with multiple efficiency technologies on a unique charter agreement to New Orleans-based charterer Intermarine, thanks to a $120, 000 from global non-profit organisation, the Carbon War Room (CWR).

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AkzoNobel Sustainability Report Highlights Carbon Reduction Success

AkzoNobel, the paint company behind marine coatings business International, has launched its 2015 Sustainability Report, which reveals the company celebrated carbon reductions of 0.9 million tonnes in 2015 compared to 2012 levels.

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DNV GL Launch SCRUBBER READY Class Notation

DNV GL has launched a brand new class notation that supports ship owners in making their newbuild vessels “scrubber-ready”.

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Belgium Ratifies Ballast Water Convention

Belgium has become the 48th member state to ratify the Ballast Water Management Convention.

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Testing For Cold Corrosion

In this week’s spotlight, Fathom Maritime Intelligence examines how test kits can be used to proactively monitor cold corrosion symptoms. One iron test kit is put under the microscope as we investigate how this bespoke technology works and how it can deliver benefits to ship operators by allowing ship operators to reduce cold corrosion for optimum performance, capital, and time savings.

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Fiji Ratifies Ballast Water Management Convention

Fiji has acceded to six International Maritime Organization (IMO) treaties, including the Ballast Water Management Convention.

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Unmanned Vessels: Big Savings Ahead?

Unmanned shipping can reduce the operating cost of vessels by almost 20% says Oskar Levander, Rolls Royce.

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Ship Owner Uses Hackers to Test Cyber Security

Stolt Tankers have revealed that they annually release hackers into their business, at a cost of EUR 18, 000, that attack their IT system.

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Uber for Shipping?

The maritime industry is not beyond the reach of disruptive technology says Oskar Levander, Rolls Royce. Disruptive technology has been seen throughout society and shipping will be no different, says Levander.

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SSI Launches Sustainable Shipping Roadmap

The Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) has today launched a set of key milestones and priorities that it believes, if successfully met, will create a sustainable shipping industry by 2040.

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Is Shipping Scoring an “Own Goal” By Limiting Data?

Ship operators that limit their data usage between ship and shore could be scoring an own goal when it comes to cost saving says a Product Manager at Dualog.

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