A ship design company needed to know how much time ships of different types and sizes spent sailing at different speeds within the emission control areas. This input was decisive for the optimal design of the ships’ hull, propulsion and manoeuvring systems.
We supplied the client with a detailed analysis of every ship individual within the client’s scope and assessed the total fleet that traded within the ECA over the course of the past year. The client’s scope was defined by a number of bespoke criteria, including, propulsion power, number of engines and the minimum time spent within the ECA.
The consultancy allowed the ship design company to predict and prepare for the changing needs of shipbuilding design requirements as ECAs expand and new areas are implemented.
“One of the things I value most highly about Lloyd’s List Intelligence Consultancy is their independence and objectivity.
One of their particular skills lies in the analysis of ‘mega trends’, how the macro economic environment feeds into shipbuilding activity over time. This allows them to forecast more accurately and further into the future.
You will find their approach rigorous and analytical, without any commercial bias.”
Jakub Walenkiewicz M.sc
Principal Market Analyst, Market Intelligence DNV GL