Slow down and be on time

CO2 reductionJust in time arrival
September 20, 2020

Vessels that need to wait and are anchoring before entering the port cost a lot of money. Firstly, they consume more fuel during the voyage, as they don’t sail with optimal speed. Secondly, they consume extra fuel idling. Such an approach is non-beneficial from an economic and environmental perspectives. As more fuel consumption leads to more CO2 emissions. That’s why it is so crucial that vessels arrive in ports Just in Time

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Diana
Diana Trubnikova
Growth Marketer

Diana is a B2B marketing specialist passionate about innovative digital solutions that drive real change in the world. She helps companies discover PortXchange and assess if it’s a good fit for their needs.

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