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Maritime startup adds dry bulk carrier to roster with over 200 ships signed up

Digital startup Nautilus Labs, which is headed by former Google and IBM people, now has more than 200 ships signed up for its platform, which works to reduce ships' fuel consumption significantly. A dry bulk carrier is the latest to sign up, and the roster also includes Teekay and Dorian.

Nordic Oshima from Nordic Bulk Carriers has installed equipment from Nautilus Labs. | Photo: Nordic Bulk Carriers

US-based tech startup Nautilus Labs can add another shipping company to its platform, which uses ship data to lower the vessels' fuel consumption.

This time, the company has signed up Nordic Bulk Carriers, which will at first link 12 ships to the platform. This happens via owner Pangea Logistics, which has been working with Nautilus since 2018.

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