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Carisbrooke Shipping, SMT Shipping partner with Nautilus Lab for fleet optimisation

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Carisbrooke Shipping and its joint venture partner SMT Shipping have entered into a collaboration with technology firm Nautilus Lab to optimise fleet performance.

Nautilus Lab’s software application will help to unify the companies’ various data sets and systems to give a detailed analysis of fleet performance in real-time and to enhance transparency and collaboration across all stakeholders.

Carisbrooke and SMT Shipping team members will use the Nautilus Platform to optimise voyage profits and reduce emissions by receiving operating recommendations and actionable insights. The Nautilus Platform creates vessel-specific predictive performance profiles powered by machine learning models.

“By partnering closely with both companies, team members will be able to take actions leveraging performance models in real time to improve TCE. We’re proud to support our clients on their path to operational excellence, all while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving sustainability,” said Matt Heider, ceo of Nautilus Labs.

Helen Tveitan de Jong, ceo of Carisbrooke Shipping, said: “Reducing carbon emissions and ensuring optimal fleet performance is core to our current strategy. We chose Nautilus Platform so that the Carisbrooke and SMT team members can work off the same information, driving collaboration, transparency, and accountability.”

Carisbrooke and Nautilus Lab originally launched their partnership in October 2019 and have since expanded their partnership over half of their fleet. Carisbrooke’s joint venture partner, SMT Shipping, entered its own partnership with Nautilus Labs in November 2020 to leverage voyage optimisation on the vessels jointly managed with Carisbrooke with plans to expand to the rest of their fleet.

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