Emsys Shortlisted for Seatrade Awards 2013

Press Release
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Photo Credit: WR Systems

WR Systems of Norfolk, Virginia, announced that its Emsys Emissions Monitoring System has been shortlisted in the "Clean Shipping" category for the Seatrade Awards 2013.

The Seatrade Awards, held annually in London, acknowledge the "best of breed" in categories such as Safety at Sea, Investment in People, Innovation in Ship Operations and Clean Shipping. The judging panel is chaired by Mr. Koji Sekimizu, Secretary General of the IMO, who is joined on the panel by Chairmen and Presidents of industry trade organizations such as BIMCO, INTERTANKO, INTERCARGO, IACS, ICS, OCIMF, ECC and HELMEPA.

The Award Ceremony is held at the London Guildhall; winners are announced by the Guest of Honor and recipients receive a fanfare reception whilst making their way to the stage to accept the handmade trophy.

www.seatrade-awards.com

www.emsysmarine.com

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