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Ship Efficiency Awards 2016 winners revealed

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The-Ship-Efficiency-Awards-Logo-780x318 (1)NOVEMBER 3, 2016 – LONDON: An international audience of industry experts and innovators gathered together for the Ship Efficiency Awards 2016 to celebrate the spectacular array of individuals and organisations committed to driving ship efficiency through technological innovation, strategies and initiatives.

The 3rd annual Ship Efficiency Awards were hosted in London on November 2, 2016 by Lloyd’s Register and Fathom Maritime Intelligence.

An expert judging panel rigorously assessed all nomination entries and selected the winners for each award category.  The judges were: Mark Cameron, Chief Operating Officer, Ardmore Shipping; Iver Iversen, Director New Technology and Regulatory Affairs Wallenius. Wilhelmsen; Arthur Bowring, Managing Director, Hong Kong Shipowners Association; Craig Eason, Deputy Editor, Lloyd’s List and Tristan Smith, Lecturer in Energy and Transport, University College London.

The Winners:

The Energy Efficiency Solution Award Winner: VAF Instruments – IVY Propulsion Performance Management

The Environmental Technology Award Winner: Wärtsilä Seals & Bearings – Wärtsilä Sternguard In-Water Serviceable Seal

The Initiative of the Year Award Winner: Flinter Management – Big Data Collaboration and Research for Fuel Efficiency

The Sustainable Ship Operator of the Year Award Winner: Stena Line

The One to Watch Award Winner: Genoil – Hydroconversion Upgrader (GHO)

The Lloyd’s Register Outstanding Contribution to Ship Efficiency Award (Winner Selected by Public Vote) Winner: Astrid Dispert of IMO Secretariat, GloMEEP Project

For more information on the Ship Efficiency Awards 2016, visit: www.fathomshippingevents.com/ship-efficiency-awards-2016.html


Fathom Maritime Intelligence pride themselves as being the information specialists on maritime efficiency. Through a unique mix of highly regarded print publications, online data portals, conferences, bespoke consultancy and more, Fathom creates accessible knowledge on key challenges facing owners, operators and the wider industry, through identifying where information voids exist for specialist insight, guidance and support services to assist and inform decision making.


The Ship Efficiency Awards recognise and celebrate organisations and individuals within the maritime sector that are excelling in efficient operations, implementing fresh thinking, offering proven efficiency benefits and advancing technological innovation.

Nominations for the awards were sent in over a period of six months, with the winners deliberated and selected by a panel of judges, comprised of experts from across the maritime industry. The winners were announced during a gala ceremony in London on November 2, 2016.

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