Slow down and be on time

CO2 reduction
20-09-2020

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

This infographic explains further the benefits of Just in Time arrival.

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PortXCcange Infographic on Just in time arrivals

 

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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.

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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