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Frese calls for action to fight climate change



As global efforts to combat climate change intensify, the maritime shipping industry is stepping up with ambitious targets to reduce its carbon footprint. In accordance with the Paris Agreement, the annual CO2 emissions in the industry, currently reaching 1,000 million tonnes, are set to be lowered by at least 40% by 2030 and 70% by 2050. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has outlined new carbon intensity and energy efficiency measures, effective from 2023, to help achieve these goals.

In recent years, the cost of traditional fuels has surged, and the introduction of costly new electro fuels makes efficiency more crucial than ever for those who own, operate, and build commercial marine vessels. And the industry faces the challenge of reducing costs while maintaining performance, crew safety, and compliance with environmental regulations.

To address these challenges, Frese has introduced the innovative Frese FUELSAVE® System. This patented solution redefines what is possible in terms of energy savings in vessel cooling water systems, leading to significant fuel savings and reduced CO2 emissions.

In early March, Frese hosted a global sales conference in Denmark, bringing together its external sales partners from South Korea, Turkey, USA, Greece, China, Germany, Taiwan, and Japan, along with Frese sales teams from Denmark, Norway, Australia, Singapore, China, and England. The conference, titled “Winning Together Below Deck,” focused on the Frese FUELSAVE® System and its benefits.

Participants engaged in technical training, marketing communication workshops, and value-based selling sessions, all aimed at reducing energy consumption and combating climate change.

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This article is shared by courtesy of Frese

Narjiss Ghajour

Editor-in-Chief of Maritime Professionals
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