Hi-tech Strategic Partnership Between Eniram & Chinese Company

Press Release
Thursday, September 27, 2012

Eniram forges strategic partnership with Headway Technology of Quingdao, China, to deliver maritime energy efficiency & environmental compliance solutions.

Eniram Limited, a fast-growing Finnish provider of real-time decision support solutions for the shipping and marine industry announce its partnership with Headway Technology Co. Ltd., Qingdao (China).

The new Chinese partner specializes in professional R&D, manufacturing and sales and services of high-tech marine equipment and solutions across the globe. Using their complementary strengths and expertise, the partnership aims to improve Eniram’s service offerings in real-time data management and analytics solutions aimed to help ship operators and owners better understand the performance of their vessels to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

The future of shipping lies in having the technology to measure vessel performance in order to achieve optimal fuel efficiencies and meet environmental regulations. The ability to collect, analyze and act upon real-time data taking account of all dynamic conditions is key. Headway Technology’s expertise in manufacturing an innovative range of products and delivering after-sales service coupled with Eniram’s impressive market leadership in delivering energy efficiency solutions such as dynamic trimming and speed optimization will offer the Asian shipping market an excellent route with proven returns on investment to achieve real efficiencies on their vessels.

President of Headway Technology Co., Ltd., Mr. Cao Xueliang, commented: “The synergy between, Eniram as a leading provider of energy saving solutions to the shipping industry, and Headway Technology as a specialist in high-tech marine equipment and solutions offers an excellent foundation for collaboration between the two companies."

Mr. Philip Padfield, CEO of Eniram, said: “Increasing fuel prices and environmental legislation mean shipping companies are under constant pressure to reduce costs and become more environmentally responsible in their operations. In addressing these shipping challenges in Asia, we are delighted be able to partner with Headway."





 

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