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March 2, 2015

Dynamon uses ‘big data’ to show hauliers how to cut commercial vehicle fuel consumption

Southampton, UK. March 2, 2015 — An average heavy goods vehicle in the UK consumes £42,000 (€57,750) of fuel annually in the UK, and haulage companies operate on extremely tight margins, usually between 1-3%. This means fuel savings can have a huge effect on their profitability.

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May 24, 2012

Oil tanker study shows $480,000 annual fuel savings from trim optimisation and hull fouling checks

Helsinki, Finland. May 23, 2012 – A new M2M study of trim optimisation, said to be the most comprehensive of its kind, has exposed the extent of oil tanker fuel inefficiency. It confirms potential annual fuel savings of US$482,000 (730 tons) per oil tanker, plus gains of a further $277,000 (420 tons) enabled via monitoring hull fouling resistance.

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March 19, 2012

Ship owners to benefit from decision support system that cuts fuel costs and optimises port arrival

Helsinki, Finland – A new software tool, the Optimum Speed Assistant, is helping ship operators to analyse real-time data on sea conditions alongside historical information about a vessel’s performance to set its optimum speed. This can ensure Just-in-Time (JiT) arrival in port and may save ship operators up to 3% a year in fuel-related costs.



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