TURNING PHASE FOR THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY

MARITIME TRANSPORT WILL BECOME GREENER

Since June 2021, maritime transport is impacted heavily by the upcoming binding regulations on CO2 reduction released by the International Maritime Organization (IMO). This greenhouse gas reduction strategy, launched in 2018, created three guidelines which will push the shipping industry to become more sustainable: The Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI), measuring the technical efficiency of ships and the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) rating scheme, regulating the operational efficiency, have implications for the fleet management system.

Our service relies on a crew of highly experienced marine data analyzing experts, software engineers, service technicians and management experts – all providing valuable ongoing support for the continuous improvement of your ship operations and business processes. Whether it is ongoing quality control on your system and generated reports, a 24/7 technical support help-line or special on-demand reporting – we are gladly and personally at your disposal.

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TWO DECADES OF EXPERIENCE

Albis Marine Performance GmbH (AMP) builds upon a long-standing and in-depth experience in marine data acquisition and evaluation as well as process automation.

To-date AMP’s solutions have been installed on vessels of almost any type and size: From 3,500 dwt minibulkers through 50,000 dwt tankers, large container vessels and feeder ships to OSVs and CTVs. Our portfolio ranges from single measurement solutions like main engine consumption monitoring to complete performance management systems including auxiliary and boiler as well as collecting torque data.

This makes Albis Marine Performance your one-stop solution and long-term partner guiding you into the digital future of shipping.