Pacific International Lines (PIL) has partnered with Lloyd’s Register’s fleet optimisation experts i4 Insight to reduce emissions and maximise fleet performance.
The four-year agreement is supported by PIL’s recently opened Centre for Maritime Efficiency (CME) powered by the i4 platform to better manage its fleet and evaluate vessel performance.
The CME utilises shoreside routing services as the technological backbone for achieving its sustainability goals.
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“Our goal is to solve our customer’s challenges and support their objective to offer the most competitive service to their own customers,” said LR Digital Solutions division CEO, Martin Taylor.
“To create the best platform, we have focused on bringing together the most experienced, knowledgeable, and talented minds in the sector. Our solutions are developed by a team of maritime experts, technical innovators and problem solvers.”
PIL said it recognises that investment and action for sustainability through digitalisation is crucial for maintaining a strong competitive position.
In October 2022, the company introduced the PIL Intermodal Services, offering train, truck, and barge services to complement its container shipping services.
The services are available across its existing network in Intra-Asia, Africa, Middle East, Latin America and Oceania.