with port operator Associated British Ports (ABP) and towage operator Svitzer
to develop the next generation of port technologies.
understanding (MOU) during a workshop at ABP’s Port of Southampton.
Rolls-Royce will work with ABP and Svitzer, part of the Maersk Group, to
develop the innovative technologies and systems needed to operate efficiently
and sustainably well into the 21st century. The companies will focus on
digitization and Ship Intelligence solutions.
offer us exciting, additional capabilities. ABP is always looking to make these
new technologies work for us and our customers. Where a solution does not yet
exist, we will work with companies of the calibre and expertise of Rolls Royce
and Svitzer to invent them and bring them into service,” Mike McCartain, ABP’s Director of Marine & Compliance, commented.
with ABP and Svitzer to deliver the technologies that will keep the UK
competitive in the future,” Kevin Daffey,
Rolls-Royce, Director Engineering & Technology and Ship Intelligence, said.
maritime services with heavyweights such as ABP and Rolls Royce, in our joint
pursuit of safer and more efficient port operations through technological
advancements,” Lise Demant, Global
Chief Commercial Officer of Svitzer, added.