Rainmaking Innovation behind new Singapore startup house aimed at shipping

Startup firm Rainmaking Innovation now begins the first part of its efforts to establish a new startup house in Singapore. More than 20 major shipping companies participate in the hope of developing new solutions for the big challenges facing the sector.

Singapore | Photo: Ed Wray/AP/POLFOTO/arkiv

How does one solve the shipping sector's biggest challenges while also making money?

One of the biggest problems facing the shipping sector right now, for instance, concerns how to reduce shipping companies' CO2 emissions without shipowners having to spend all their earnings. New and innovative solutions still have yet to be found for this problem, but it still ranks high on many stakeholders' agenda.

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