Helsinki, Finland β October 2014
Eniram Limited, the fast-growing Finnish provider of energy management technology and data analytic services to the shipping industry, today announced that Eniramβs Speed 2.0 was awarded by Fathom Shipping with the βEnergy Efficiency Solution of the Yearβ. The Ship Efficiency Awards, organised by Fathom and hosted with event partner Lloydβs Register, showcased a broad range of individuals and companies committed to streamlining operations and shaping the future towards a greener and more efficient industry.
The Energy Efficiency Solution Award, sponsored by Simplex Turbulo
Winner: Eniram, for Eniram Speed 2.0
βAt Eniram, we work very hard to get to the forefront of technology and to push the boundaries. We were pitted against strong competitors with great products and this prize for the Energy Efficiency Solution of the Year is a fantastic recognition for usβ commented Mr Nick Pinkney, Sales Director, EMEA, Eniram.
Arsenio Dominguez, Chairman of the IMO MEPC, officially opened the awards encouraging the audience to embrace technologies in order to stay competitive in the current market environment: βWe know that we have a very effective shipping transport sector, but we have competition from all sides, in a very competitive transport industry. We keep hearing about how environmental awareness is increasing, how we have to increase safety and security and this becomes a challenge for our industry. But the reality is that this is nothing new, it happens all the time and we have to face competition every year, every hour.β
βWhy not take into account all the effort, all the investment, all the time that goes into R&D and embrace technology and innovation and use it in a way to move forward towards that outcome that we all share β better environmental protection, a very competitive and efficient market, safe and secure ships on clean oceans. It is events like this that bring us all together to share our experiences to achieve this.β
Finalists for the Energy Efficiency Solution of the Year award also included:
β’ Deltamarin (B. DELTA Energy Efficient Cargo Vessel Designs)
β’ E-CO (UVC for HVAC)
β’ VAF Instruments BV (PEM3 Efficiency Monitoring Solution)
β’ WΓ€rtsilΓ€ (46DF Engine)
Established in 2005, Eniram provides the maritime industry with energy management technology to reduce fuel consumption and emissions. Created by experienced seafarers and technologists, Eniramβs solutions range from single onboard applications to comprehensive fleet analysis. They are used by small and large shipping companies on ships ranging from cruise liners, tankers, container ships, bulkers and ferries. In 2013, Eniram's customers saved 35,000 tons of fuel and $35 million in operating costs.
Eniram is headquartered in Helsinki, Finland and has subsidiaries in the UK, the USA, Germany and Singapore. www.eniram.fi
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ABOUT THE SHIP EFFICIENCY AWARDS
The Ship Efficiency Awards recognise and celebrate the organisations and individuals within the maritime sector that are excelling in efficiency operations, implementing fresh thinking, offering proven efficiency benefits and advancing technological innovation.
Nominations for the awards were sent in over a period of two months, with the winners deliberated and selected by a panel of judges, comprised of experts from across the maritime industry. The winners were announced during a gala ceremony held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London on 2nd October, straight after day two of Ship Efficiency: The Event.
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