The deal includes vessel, voyage, bunker and emissions optimization solutions in partnership that underscores ZeroNorth’s foray into the container segment.
Technology company ZeroNorth announced today that it has signed a three-year agreement with Unifeeder A/S, the logistics leader with Europe’s largest feeder and shortsea network.
The deal will see Unifeeder implement the full range of services included in ZeroNorth’s platform, as well as ClearLynx’s bunker solution, as part of the company’s ambitious decarbonization efforts and green agenda strategy. company.
Partnering with ZeroNorth will give Unifeeder’s fleet full transparency on voyage planning, access to cutting-edge voyage optimization with integrated weather routing, as well as recommendations for optimizing cargo holds, vessels and emissions to unlock energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and improve revenues.
Ninety of Unifeeder’s vessels will adopt ZeroNorth’s technology, empowering decision-making and generating an immediate positive impact on their operations.
This partnership is the latest step in ZeroNorth’s continued expansion into the container market and is another example of the company’s goal to positively impact the entire marine value chain.
Commenting on the announcement, Jesper Bo Hansen, Chief Revenue Office of ZeroNorth, said: “It is great news that a forward-thinking industry leader such as Unifeeder has chosen to use our comprehensive suite of optimization solutions on its considerable fleet of container and shortsea vessels.
“With Unifeeder, we gain a partner who understands the urgency of the climate emergency and our mission to green global trade, as well as the role digital solutions can play in reducing the environmental impact of maritime operations while improving We look forward to working closely with the Unifeeder team to contribute positively to the organization’s strategic priorities and together pursue our shared vision of a decarbonized shipping industry.
Martin Gaard Christiansen, Commercial Director at Unifeeder A/S, added: “We recognize that this is a key strategic priority to be able to connect ship, voyage and bunker processes to maximize our energy efficiency and to reduce our carbon emissions.
“Adopting digital technologies that will help us advance our green agenda is a critical step in our commitment to help reduce emissions locally and globally. Our green program includes setting efficiency targets and limiting bunker consumption to reduce our overall emission levels by 50% per container by 2040; an ambitious goal that we will be able to achieve by optimizing the efficiency of our operations with the support of advanced industry-leading digital technologies.
“After extensive market research, we have found that ZeroNorth is ahead of the rest when it comes to their sustainability features, especially CII analysis. By offering all operations optimizations in one platform, on a global, 24/7 basis and with full transparency on trip planning, ZeroNorth is the ideal partner to support the progress of our sustainable transportation strategy, help improve revenues, reduce emissions and promote success for our business in the future.