BIMCO Launch Ship Efficiency Package

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013

BIMCO have launched an exclusive package for its members to aide efficiency improvements within their operations.

The package, consisting of both a supportive guide to efficiency technologies and the market and a two-day conference and workshop summit, has been put together by Fathom, in recognition of BIMCO’s ongoing support.

The publication included in the package, Fathom’s Ship Efficiency: The Guide Second Edition is a unique publication for the maritime industry that critically examines all ship fuel and emissions saving technologies, profiles the companies providing them and assesses their viability.

The recently released Second Edition of the guide contains full profiles and critiques for over 220 products, in over 60 technology categories from more than 100 providers.

The two-day conference and workshop summit included in the package, Ship Efficiency: The Event (September 10-11, 2013, London) will see Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General of BIMCO, act as the esteemed co-chair.

The third annual Ship Efficiency: The event will not only host to world experts presenting information on topics spanning strategic planning and financing to implementation and current viable solutions, but also said experts will also host training workshops focused around key areas of efficiency optimization.

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