Shipping services provider Clarksons and app platform Signol on Monday (26 September) introduced a software to reduce users’ emissions by up to 5% and save high-fuel consuming mobility businesses thousands of dollars each day by encouraging:
“We are delighted to partner with Clarksons and offer Signol’s unique, people centric approach to rapidly reduce greenhouse gas emissions to their clients,” said Gavin Laidlaw, Chief Commercial Officer at Signol.
“Their brand, experience and network will be invaluable as Signol seeks to expand the number of projects we run in the maritime environment.”
The joint initiative forms part of a broad service offering from the Clarksons Carbon Broking team, which is dedicated to assisting clients in reducing their fuel consumption and carbon footprint through working with trusted partners.
“Our strategic partnership with Signol allows us to strengthen our integrated approach to shipping decarbonisation and provide our clients with broader options to consider in the mitigation of both footprint and compliance risk,” stated Roger Horton Chief Commercial Officer (Global Broking) at Clarksons.
“We believe that Clarkson’s role is not just to enable global trade, but also to be proactive in our industry’s response to emissions by trying to promote positive change.
“This aspiration is at the heart of our partnership with Signol. We are pleased to be working with them and are hopeful this can provide our clients a convenient additional resource to help deliver meaningful emissions reduction and cost savings to their shipping businesses.”
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