ZeroNorth leads the green transition of the shipping industry together with its partners and customers, using technology and turning data into actions to support the dual aims of maximising business while also supporting the drive towards decarbonisation.
Shipping is essential to the world’s economy and the most efficient method of transporting goods. But like anything, there’s always room for improvement. CO2 emissions from shipping are real. With our vessel optimisation software, owners and operators in tramp shipping can optimise vessel operations, reduce CO2 and increase earnings.
“Ultrabulk is excited to be on this journey to further optimise our vessel operations using ZeroNorth’s Optimise to reduce emissions and fuel wastage. We are one of the first to get access and see great potential in its cutting-edge technology.”— Harshit Tripathi, Business Analyst UltraBulk
As a spin-off of Maersk Tankers, we’re proud of our roots. Now, as an independent standalone tech start-up, we’re made up of a collection of creative and innovative tech minds, built on a foundation of more than 90 years of shipping heritage.
Reducing impact on the environment is a concern for shipping companies around the world, and with growing regulatory requirements and consumer pressure, meeting emissions cuts remains a key priority. But by combining environmental transparency with profitability, we can create positive change for your business and the environment.
In order to generate real impacts, it is important we work together as a sector. By working closely with our customers and partners, our cumulative efforts can ripple across organisations, our industry, and perhaps even the world.
Your challenges may be complicated, but your solutions don’t have to be. At ZeroNorth, we build software that turns complex data into actionable insights. Transparently calculated in terms of US dollar and environmental impact, our vessel optimisation solution enables vessel owners and operators to continuously optimise their businesses in real-time, improving their environmental footprint and bottom line.