Three major Norwegian ship owners and operators have joint the SFI Smart Maritime Consortium this Fall.
Smart Maritime is proud to announce that Klaveness, Höegh Autoliners and Bergesen Worldwide have now joined the Consortium. This brings to 7 the number of ship owners as our Centre partners. This will increase the focus of the Centre towards the emissions and energy efficiency challenged by Deep Sea operators, and we believe that the synergy effect of this unique form of collaboration will be materialise into realistic, innovative ambitious solutions towards decarbonization of shipping.
Höegh Autoliners is a leading global provider of transportation and logistics services within the Roll-on Roll-off (RoRo) segment, with corporate head office is located in Oslo. Höegh Autoliners operates a fleet of owned and long-term charter PCTCs with capacity ranging from 2 300 to 8 500 ceu, and an average age of 10 years.
Torvald Klaveness is a shipping company operating since 1946, operating in the container and bulk segment. Klaveness owns and operates a fleet of 11 combination carriers (+ 6 on order) from 200 to 562 DWT, and 8 Container vessels from 500 to 740 TEU.
BW Group is one of the world’s leading maritime groups in the tanker, gas and offshore segments. BW 's principal business areas are:
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers, Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carriers, Product tankers, Offshore floating production vessels (FPSO), Floating gas infrastructure.