Partnership between Shipfix and RightShip boosts sustainability and safety in the shipping industry

Shipfix Technologies SAS (“Shipfix”), a leading provider of software, data and technology for the maritime and commodities markets, today announced a partnership with RightShip, the leading maritime due diligence organization in the world.

This new pairing will provide Shipfix users with the opportunity to access live RightShip data, allowing them to share the organization’s expertise in global safety, sustainability and social responsibility practices and allowing them to embark on their environmental, social and governance (ESG) journey.

Customers will be able to make more informed decisions throughout their business and operational workflows on Shipfix – a system that assists users by aggregating and anonymizing tonnage and freight order intent ahead of physical trade flows.

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RightShip data available to Shipfix users will include:

RightShip’s GHG Assessment – a systematic and transparent way to compare the relative efficiency of the global shipping fleet based on a vessel’s CO2 emissions.
RightShip’s Safety Score – raising maritime safety standards by focusing on a vessel’s operational history over the past five years. It integrates various maritime datasets and expert opinions into an easy-to-understand score, comparing each vessel to the global fleet for a comprehensive view of global maritime security.
RightShip’s Inspections Status – assess a vessel’s quality by checking crew familiarity and compliance with legal and safety requirements, as well as industry recommendations and best practices, performed by independent expert inspectors RightShip Accredited.

Today, “fixing” a ship or cargo is made easier by the Shipfix system’s ability to intuitively search and filter email and other market data sources based on effective data intelligence – with RightShip’s feed adding a key new building block to this rich data ecosystem by providing visibility into vessel safety and emissions performance.

Data from RightShip will be overlaid with live Automatic Identification System (AIS) data and vessel position data in Shipfix’s Vessel Directory, and will be fully searchable and filterable on charts, tonnage and more. This powerful combination will allow clients to start achieving their ESG objectives, through the management of environmental and safety risks.

Steen Brodsgaard Lund, CEO of RightShip, said, “Our partnership with Shipfix will bring early visibility into tonnage quality at the pre-assembly stage, providing users with information that will enable them to make safe and secure freight choices. durable. Collaborating and partnering with platforms like Shipfix is ​​another step towards a safe shipping industry and net carbon reduction and reaffirms our commitment to take everyone on our journey.

Antoine Grisay, co-founder and co-CEO of Shipfix, said: “This strategic partnership supports our desire to promote sustainable chartering and trade in the industry, both from an environmental point of view but also from a well-being of seafarers and shore operators. RightShip is one of the most trusted sources of information on shipping markets and we are excited to integrate them into our business data and workflow ecosystem.
Source: RightShip