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State of the art Actual Emission Tracker

Actual Emission Tracker - Based on real life data The industry practice is to use historic, generic data for calculating Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. But now you can get access to your actual emissions at specific TEU level. Do you still rely on generic data for your CO2 calculations? Get real data instead with the new tool - Actual Emission Tracker.


Unifeeder has developed a State-of-the-art Actual Emission Tracker (AET)

The existing calculating methods give a good estimate but by using the comprehensive amount of data, we have access to as part of our operation, we are in fact able to set up a much more detailed and actual measurement. The Unifeeder tracker shows the emission for the actual container transport by calculating the emissions for the entire voyage and then distributing it on a container or tons level, duly considering the distance sailed by each container, weather conditions, the weight of the container, the utilization and numerous other factors.

Sign up for real life data

Unifeeder’s customers can access the actual data when the voyage is complete, through direct access to the tracker or via an API integration. The emissions can be shown per container per voyage and it can be added up, showing the emission per week, month or year. It can hence be used both for individual tracking and comparison and as input to environmental accounts.

Via the Actual Emission Tracker your data is based on real life data of the actual voyage, including:

  • Routing – down to specific TEU level
  • Weather conditions
  • Actual utilization of capacity of the specific vessel
  • Simple and intuitive tool
  • Terminal handling*
  • Land-based transport*
*The data is precise and accurate regarding the emission stemming from the sea leg of the logistics chain. So far, emission data related to terminal handling and land-based transport is not available at the needed detail level, but Unifeeder is working persistently on obtaining such data from our suppliers. In the interim Unifeeder is relying on the international standards published in GLEC. The Tracker will be updated continuously, improving the accuracy for these parts as well.

This article is shared by courtesy of Unifeeder.

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