Future of Ship Management
Sustainability is another word for success. Through these years, shipping has gone through a number of versatile periods. Our ambitions keeps us moving in projecting ahead for the future.
Hydrogen has quickly evolved to become a viable alternative fuel. Our collaboration with several parties including customers have made great progress in developing the potential of hydrogen as an alternative fuel for commercial use on ships. Our ambition is to play a leading role towards decarbonizing the maritime shipping.
New design makes liquefied hydrogen bunker vessels a realityWilhelmsen, NorSea and partners receive USD 3.7 million in funds to develop liquid hydrogen supply chain for maritime applications in Norway
Clean renewable energy is the key towards decarbonization. We have started our foray in offshore wind segment since 2018. Together with our recent acquisition in Norsea Wind, we have been actively serving the offshore wind market needs. Our ambition is to be the total solution provider that delivers a full range of service offerings throughout the whole value chain.
Our ambition is to be the world’s first ship manager of autonomous shipping and we have started the groundwork to bring this idea into reality. Together with other stakeholders, we are developing the existing International Safety Management (ISM) code for applicability to operating autonomous, remotely controlled and remotely supported vessels. We are also working with the education sector to develop the right competencies required to operate these vessels in a shore control center.
Our journey to automation
We have developed several radical and incremental projects to meet the needs of varying ship owner’s digital aspirations. Our ambition is to fully harness and leverage data to optimize vessel performance that translate into cost savings and efficiency.