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Maritime Safety Enhanced for NZ Port

By January 30, 2024Uncategorized

RightShip, a leading global environmental, social and governance (ESG) focused digital maritime platform, has today announced a partnership with Napier Port to implement RightShip’s innovative RightPort risk solution at the New Zealand port. This agreement will make Napier the first port in the region to adopt the cutting-edge technology, which aims to enhance maritime safety and sustainability.

RightPort is a transformative digital solution that screens inbound vessels against risk-based criteria tailored to a port’s requirements. It enables ports and terminals to streamline their pre-arrival processes, reduce administrative workload, and improve communication with vessels. RightPort also connects users to a global network of ports, allowing them to access feedback reports and vessel insights from other ports and terminals.

Todd Dawson, Chief Executive of Napier Port, said: “We are delighted to partner with RightShip and leverage their expertise and experience in maritime risk management. RightPort will help us to further improve our operational efficiency, safety standards, and environmental performance. It will also support our vision to be a long-term partner for our customers and our community, by providing a reliable, resilient, and sustainable port service.”

Andy Symonds, Head of APAC at RightShip, said: “We are excited to welcome Napier Port as the first port in the region to adopt RightPort. This partnership demonstrates Napier’s commitment to enhancing maritime safety and sustainability, and aligns with RightShip’s mission to create a safer and greener maritime industry. We look forward to working with Napier Port and supporting them with our data-driven solutions and global network.”

Napier Port is New Zealand’s fourth largest port by container volume. We are the gateway for Hawke’s Bay and lower North Island’s exports and operate a long-term regional infrastructure asset that supports the regional economy. Its strategic purpose is to collaborate with the people and organisations that have a stake in helping the region grow.

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RightShip, a leading global environmental, social and governance (ESG) focused digital maritime platform, has today announced a partnership with Napier Port to implement RightShip’s innovative RightPort risk solution at the New Zealand port. This agreement will make Napier the first port in the region to adopt the cutting-edge technology, which aims to enhance maritime safety and sustainability.

RightPort is a transformative digital solution that screens inbound vessels against risk-based criteria tailored to a port’s requirements. It enables ports and terminals to streamline their pre-arrival processes, reduce administrative workload, and improve communication with vessels. RightPort also connects users to a global network of ports, allowing them to access feedback reports and vessel insights from other ports and terminals.

Todd Dawson, Chief Executive of Napier Port, said: “We are delighted to partner with RightShip and leverage their expertise and experience in maritime risk management. RightPort will help us to further improve our operational efficiency, safety standards, and environmental performance. It will also support our vision to be a long-term partner for our customers and our community, by providing a reliable, resilient, and sustainable port service.”

Andy Symonds, Head of APAC at RightShip, said: “We are excited to welcome Napier Port as the first port in the region to adopt RightPort. This partnership demonstrates Napier’s commitment to enhancing maritime safety and sustainability, and aligns with RightShip’s mission to create a safer and greener maritime industry. We look forward to working with Napier Port and supporting them with our data-driven solutions and global network.”

Napier Port is New Zealand’s fourth largest port by container volume. We are the gateway for Hawke’s Bay and lower North Island’s exports and operate a long-term regional infrastructure asset that supports the regional economy. Its strategic purpose is to collaborate with the people and organisations that have a stake in helping the region grow.

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