Unifeeder chooses ZeroNorth for full suite of optimisation services
Deal includes vessel, voyage, bunker, and emissions optimisation solutions in partnership that underlines ZeroNorth's foray into container segment
Technology company ZeroNorth has signed a three-year deal with Unifeeder A/S, the leading logistics company with the largest feeder and shortsea network in Europe.
The deal will see Unifeeder implement the full suite of services included in ZeroNorth's platform, as well as ClearLynx's bunker solution, as part of the company's ambitious decarbonisation efforts and green agenda strategy.
The partnership with ZeroNorth will give Unifeeder's fleet full transparency over voyage planning, access to industry-leading voyage optimisation with integrated weather routing, as well as bunker, vessel, and emissions optimisation recommendations to unlock fuel efficiencies, reduce carbon emissions, and improve earnings.
90 of Unifeeder's vessels will adopt ZeroNorth's technology, powering up decision-making and generating an immediate positive impact on their operations.
Speaking on the announcement, Jesper Bo Hansen, Chief Revenue Office at ZeroNorth, said:
"It is fantastic news that a forward-thinking industry leader such as Unifeeder has opted to use our full suite of optimisation solutions across their considerable fleet of container and shortsea vessels.
"In Unifeeder, we are gaining a partner that understands the urgency of the climate emergency and our mission to make global trade green, as well as the role that digital solutions can play to reduce the environmental impact of maritime operations whilst improving earnings."
Martin Gaard Christiansen, Chief Commercial Officer at Unifeeder A/S, added:
"We recognise that it is a key strategic priority to be able to connect vessel, voyage, and bunker processes to maximise our fuel efficiency and reduce our carbon emissions.
"Adopting digital technologies that will help us to advance our green agenda is a crucial step in our commitment to contribute to the reduction of emissions on a local and global scale. Our green agenda includes setting efficiency targets and limiting bunker consumption to reduce our overall emission levels by 50% per container by 2040; an ambitious goal that we will be able to achieve by optimising efficiency across our operations with the support of industry-leading advanced digital technologies."