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The New Shipping Dilemma – Staying Profitable in a Carbon-Neutral Future

Posted to Maritime Reporter (by on January 16, 2023

Maintaining the status quo is not an option for global shipping companies in 2023.

Maintaining the status quo is not an option for global shipping companies in 2023. Uncertainty looms large in industry outlooks thanks to turbulent energy markets, Russia’s war in Ukraine, a possible China-U.S. confrontation over Taiwan, and the threat of a worldwide recession. And then there’s CII and the fact that emissions from global shipping are heading in the wrong direction. In order to meet the challenges ahead and achieve profitability, shipping leaders must embrace change and invest in cost-saving new technologies, efficient integrated systems, and alternative fuels.

On Tuesday, January 31st, the leaders of ABS Wavesight, the new ABS Affiliate maritime software as a service company, and Sofar Ocean are coming together to host a joint webinar discussing the following:

  • What shipping leaders are saying about their 2023 strategies
  • Where digital transformation efforts can have the greatest impact on P&L
  • How to take a holistic approach to vessel performance, voyage optimization, and CII—while maximizing profitability
  • Strategies for evaluating new technologies
  • Live Q&A

It’s no secret that 2023 promises to be a year of tremendous change for the global shipping industry. With a tech-forward approach, forward-thinking shipping companies can limit downside risks and increase the positive impacts of their capital investments in new ships, scrubbers, and alternative fuels.

ABS Wavesight and Sofar Ocean invite you to join this complimentary webinar via the following link:

Free Webinar Registration: The New Shipping Dilemma – Staying Profitable in a Carbon-Neutral Future

Register for the webinar here!

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