Increased use of knowledge analytics providers can be one a part of the delivery business’s decarbonisation technique. File Image / Pixabay
Testing firm VPS has acquired information analytics supplier Yxney Maritime as a part of its push to supply providers to delivery firms looking for to bear down on their greenhouse gasoline emissions.
VPS introduced the acquisition in an emailed assertion dated May 28.
Yxney’s software program, Maress, “supplies vessel house owners and operators the perception wanted to decarbonise maritime operations and assist create a extra sustainable future,” VPS stated within the assertion.
The software program helped Yxney’s prospects cut back carbon dioxide by a collective 60,000 mt in 2020, in keeping with the assertion.
The acquisition helps VPS’s goal of offering extra providers to assist the delivery business with its decarbonisation agenda, in addition to offering extra digital providers.
“‘With the elevated concentrate on sustainability, this acquisition of Yxney will assist our maritime prospects to raised perceive the affect that each operational exercise has on GHG emissions, enabling improved efficiencies and supply of emissions reductions,” Malcolm Cooper, CEO of VPS, stated within the assertion.