Veson Nautical's Digital Solution for IMO 2020

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

July 16, 2019

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Veson Nautical announced new features designed to help users navigate the IMO 2020 Sulphur cap regulations set to take effect January 1, 2020.

Upon release, the new features will become a standard part of the Veslink IMOS Platform, Veson’s market-leading cloud solution for commercial marine freight and fleet management.

The IMO 2020 regulations are designed to reduce marine sector emissions in international waters by 80% starting Jan 1, 2020. As more fuel grades enter the market and the shipping industry prepares for change, users need the ability to efficiently manage and track fuel consumption; understand scrubber allowance regulations based on geographic position; and gain visibility into bunker inventory, costs, and scrubber utilization.

Veson’s solution was designed with significant input from Veson’s client base and will build upon existing ECA Zone consumption and tracking functionality, which has been a core part of the Veslink IMOS Platform since 2010.

Veson’s IMO 2020 solution is scheduled for release by the end of August 2019; the company will showcase its full functionality and provide additional context around the regulations at an informational webinar on Thursday, September 12, 2019.

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