Swiss trade major, Cargill along with ZeroNorth entered a strategic agreement so as to develop new digital solutions for shipping decarbonization.
In fact, ZeroNorth, the recent spin-off from Maersk Tankers, helps vessel owners and operators of shipping industry to reduce CO2 emissions and optimise earnings through its software Optimise.
Through their collaboration, Cargill aims to increase the number of vessels using the software to just under 1,000.
By partnering with ZeroNorth, we will combine Cargill’s experience in chartering and trading with ZeroNorth’s expertise in software engineering.
….Jan Dieleman, Business Leader for Cargill Ocean Transportation, noted.
For the records, as an investor Cargill is considered to play a major role in shaping the company’s strategic direction.
Cargill’s investement in ZeroNorth commits its entire operated fleet to using the Optimise software to reduce CO2 emissions through digital technology.
The increased scale will support ZeroNorth in further developing its offering and growing its customer base.
We are excited to have Cargill and Maersk Tankers, two industry leaders, as both owners and customers of ZeroNorth. They share our commitment to leading the industry to a more sustainable future and we will harness their insight to deliver value for our customers, and for the industry as a whole.
…Soren C. Meyer, CEO at ZeroNorth, said.
Concluding, Cargill has been a customer since 2019, testing the Optimise software on part of its chartered fleet.