Maersk Tankers' new digital venture aims for 1,000 ships this year

Maersk Tankers' new digital venture aims to increase the number of ships using its product to save fuel and reduce carbon emissions many-fold already this year, CEO Søren Meyer tells ShippingWatch.

Søren Christian Meyer has made the switch to Maersk Tankers' new digital venture Zeronorth. Prior to this he headed the shipping company's fleet. | Photo: Maersk Tankers

Maersk Tankers' new digital venture aims to reach a significant milestone already this year.

Zeronorth is the name of the venture, which was finally launched last week after being delayed for months, and which is headed by the product tanker company's former fleet chief Søren Christian Meyer.

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