Unifeeder employs Zeronorth to optimize its fleet

Danish company Zeronorth has signed a three-year deal with feeder carrier Unifeeder about reducing and optimizing fuel consumption and carbon emissions for the carrier’s entire fleet.

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Digital company Zeronorth and feeder carrier Unifeeder have signed a deal to boost optimization of the carrier’s whole fleet, according to a press release.

The deal entails implementation of Zeronorth’s technology on all of Unifeeder’s 90 ships. The technology makes it possible to have full transparency for voyages in order to reduce and optimize fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

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