The shipping industry is under growing pressure to reduce CO2 emissions as part of the Sulphur 2020 cap whilst navigating increasing charges from key ports and potential fuel levies.
To help mitigate these growing concerns, we’ve produced a white paper detailing how one vessel using CargoMate was able to leave port three hours ahead of schedule, reducing their fuel consumption by $1600 and their emissions by 12 tons of CO2.
To find out more download our white paper below or get in touch.
Port call optimisation is a concept that is rapidly gaining ground across the maritime ecosystem.
There are a growing number of projects, companies and technologies in the space, but finding the right information or solution can be difficult.
To help, we have developed a brief guide to port call optimisation, explaining what it is, how it works, who is doing it, and where to get more information.
On average, 67% of container ships arrive a day late into port, billions of dollars of bunkers are wasted every year.
The CargoMate port call system simplifies every port call, allowing your vessels to optimise their time in port and stay on schedule.
Monitor loading and discharging in any port worldwide. Real-time port activity whenever you need it, onboard or ashore.
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