All About Shipping – ECOSHIPS management increases ship efficiency by more than 15%

ALL ABOUT SHIPPING, October 24, 2014 – Ecoships, a fully owned subsidiary of Newport Shipping Group, has introduced a customised version of the Six Sigma DMAIC approach to process and performance evaluation in order to optimise the energy-efficiency of the vessels under its management.

The technique has already resulted in Ecoships’ managed ships benefiting from up to 15% greater fuel efficiency, resulting in substantial reductions in CO2, NOx and SOx emissions.

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Marine Engines & Fuels – Ecoship Vessels Witness 15% Increase in Fuel Efficiency

Marine Engines & Fuels, 24th Oct 2014 – Ecoships has announced that the use of certain range of software tools on some of its vessels have resulted in up to 15% increase in fuel efficiency.

The company is using an adapted version of the Six Sigma DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control) technique, which has led to reduced fuel consumption and emissions.

General Manager Capt. Aykut Yilmaz stated that they are specialise in eco-friendly and fuel-efficient shipping tools, techniques and technologies. This is their core strength.

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IMAREST – Fitter, more calculated bulkers

Kevin Tester, Friday, 24 October 2014 – Ecoships says it has upped the efficiency of the vessels it runs by up to 15% by applying a version of Six Sigma process improvement philosophy customised for maritime needs.

The fully-owned subsidiary of Newport Shipping employed the Six Sigma DMAIC approach to evaluate the performance and optimise the energy-efficiency of the vessels under its management. Greater fuel efficiency also results in substantial reductions in CO2, NOx and SOx emissions.

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Handy Shipping Guide – Bulk Freight Carriers and Tankers Can Benefit from Improved Ship Management Techniques

TURKEY – UK – WORLDWIDE – It is hard for anyone to keep abreast of the dozens of acronyms which seem to appear on a daily basis, and in the world of shipping we are probably more adept at producing and using these than most industries. Whilst all freight forwarders and other supply chain professionals are well versed in some of these; FOB, ISO, TEU etc. we now have a host of others, both giving a short form version of the names of companies and professional logistics organisations, plus abbreviated terms creeping in from sectors other than shipping.

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Hellenic Shipping News – Ecoships Management increases ship efficiency by more than 15%

International Shipping News, 24/10/2014 – Ecoships, a fully owned subsidiary of Newport Shipping Group, has introduced a customised version of the Six Sigma DMAIC approach to process and performance evaluation in order to optimise the energy-efficiency of the vessels under its management.

The technique has already resulted in Ecoships’ managed ships benefiting from up to 15% greater fuel efficiency, resulting in substantial reductions in CO2, NOx and SOx emissions.

“We specialise in eco-friendly and fuel-efficient shipping tools, techniques and technologies,” says General Manager Capt. Aykut Yilmaz. “This is our core strength.”

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MarineLink – Ecoships Claims 15% Ship Efficiency Gain

Michelle Howard, Friday, October 24, 2014 – Ecoships introduced a customized version of the Six Sigma DMAIC approach to process and performance evaluation in order to optimize the energy-efficiency of the vessels under its management.

The technique has already resulted in Ecoships’ managed ships benefiting from up to 15% greater fuel efficiency, resulting in substantial reductions in CO2, NOx and SOx emissions.

“We specialise in eco-friendly and fuel-efficient shipping tools, techniques and technologies,” said Capt. Aykut Yilmaz, GM. “Our three primary goals are safety, fuel efficiency and minimum ecological impact. Through our suite of software tools, we can achieve these goals.

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Ship Management International – Ecoships management increases ship efficiency by more than 15%

Ship Management International, October 24th, 2014 – Ecoships, a fully owned subsidiary of Newport Shipping Group, has introduced a customised version of the Six Sigma DMAIC approach to process and performance evaluation in order to optimise the energy-efficiency of the vessels under its management.

The technique has already resulted in Ecoships’ managed ships benefiting from up to 15% greater fuel efficiency, resulting in substantial reductions in CO2, NOx and SOx emissions.

“We specialise in eco-friendly and fuel-efficient shipping tools, techniques and technologies,” said General Manager Captain Aykut Yilmaz. “This is our core strength.

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The Maritime Executive – Ecoships Increases Ship Efficiency by More Than 15%

BY MAREX, October 24, 2014 – Ecoships, a fully owned subsidiary of Newport Shipping Group, has introduced a customized version of the Six Sigma DMAIC approach to process and performance evaluation in order to optimize the energy-efficiency of the vessels under its management.

The technique has already resulted in Ecoships’ managed ships benefiting from up to 15% greater fuel efficiency, resulting in substantial reductions in CO2, NOx and SOx emissions.

“We specialize in eco-friendly and fuel-efficient shipping tools, techniques and technologies,” says General Manager Capt. Aykut Yilmaz. “This is our core strength.”

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Shipbuilding & Equipment – Green Ship Technology

GREENLOTUS 32 | Ecoships, the Istanbul-based technical ship management arm of the UK’s Newport Shipping Group, has introduced a next-generation bulk carrier design that it said had been developed to set the standard in ecologically compatible marine transportation.

Inspired by the water-repellent and self-cleaning properties of the lotus flower, Ecoships’ Greenlotus 32 is a 32,500dwt geared, wide-hatched, handy-size bulker designed to meet existing and future CO2, NOx and SOx emissions regulations.

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International Bulk Journal – Ecoships in the lotus position

International Bulk Journal – Ecoships, the technical ship management arm of Newport Shipping Group, has introduced a next generation bulk carrier design, developed to set the standard in ecologically compatible marine transportation

Inspired by the low friction to water flow and selfcleaning properties of the lotus flower – a symbol of purity and beauty in Buddhist and Hindu philosophy – Ecoships’ Greenlotus 32, is a 32,500dwt geared, wide hatched, handy-size bulker, designed to meet existing and future CO2 (carbon dioxide) NOx (oxides of nitrogen) and SOx (oxides of sulphur) emissions regulations.

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