Eniram Supports Environmental Performance Program, Green Marine

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Fort Lauderdale, US, March 24th, 2011 –Eniram, provider of advanced decision support systems for the shipping industry, has today announced that it has joined the Green Marine program as a supporting partner.

Green Marine is a joint Canada-U.S voluntary program that aims to improve its participants' environmental performance beyond regulatory compliance by introducing best practices, reduction targets and new technologies.

“Eniram has already helped a number of shipping operators, including RCCL and Hapag Lloyd achieve its environmental goals and lessen its carbon footprint” said Philip Padfield, CEO of Eniram. “With a new era of corporate social responsibility within the shipping industry we are proud to be able to provide our customers with transparency and quantifiable proof of carbon emissions reductions. Eniram is very excited about becoming a partner member of the Green Marine program and looks forward to further collaboration among other partners and supporters in the future“, he summarized.

“Green Marine is delighted to add Eniram to the Green Marine program,” said David Bolduc, Green Marine's Executive Director, “Eniram offers an interesting set of products aimed at helping our members to improve environmental performance. We welcome Eniram into the program and look forward to seeing how these combined efforts will contribute towards helping our members to further reduce their environmental footprint.” he added.

Eniram’s dynamic trimming technology monitors and optimizes trim in real time and has enabled customers to save on fuel costs and reduce carbon output. In addition, Eniram’s technology provides intelligence on a corporate level by providing information that helps management understand their fleet’s carbon footprint, i.e. the extent to which dynamic factors such as fouling, speed and trim affect the performance and total energy consumption of a vessel. This helps Eniram customers meet the requirements of highly regulated areas and protect the environment.
 

Source: Green Marine


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