Eniram Focuses Expansion on Asia

Press Release
Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Singapore – Eniram Limited has opened an Asian office in Singapore to better service its clients in the region.

The Finland-headquartered company develops onboard applications, performance management and analytics solutions to help fleet owners and captains better operate their ships toward reduced fuel consumption and improved overall vessel efficiency.

“Singapore was a clear choice for us, as it is not only one of the premier global hubs for shipping, but has also made clear its intention to be a hub for ‘green’ shipping in the region,” said Philip Padfield, CEO of Eniram. “This is in line with our corporate strategy to provide ship owners and operators with technology to save fuel and improve their environmental performance.”

Headed by Noël Jelsma, Eniram’s Asia Pacific Regional Director, the Singapore office provides a base for local and regional sales and support services for the whole of the Asia Pacific region. Headquartered in Helsinki, Eniram also has offices in Fort Lauderdale, the United States of America and London, United Kingdom
 

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