Coach Solutions links with Veracity for emissions data verification

Coach Solutions, a Kongsberg Digital company, has integrated its software package with Veracity, DNV’s maritime cloud platform, to provide an automated data verification process for their joint customers.

“Being integrated with Veracity by DNV and being able to offer our clients a fully automated process for having their data flow directly from Coach into DNV’s emissions data verification services is a big step forward in our aim to reduce manual workloads for our clients,” said Anders Bruun, CEO, Coach Solutions.

“With this integration, our clients can keep focusing on taking action on their data, making shipping more sustainable and reducing their CO2 footprint.”

One of the two companies’ common customers set to benefit from the move is product and chemical tanker operator Hafnia, which operates more than 230 vessels.

“Having verified emissions data is no longer a competitive advantage but a pre-requisite for doing business,” said Jørgen Thuesen, VP Technical Newbuildings and Projects at Hafnia.

“We already know that operational vessel data will be crucial to correctly calculate emissions tax allowances and we also see increased requirements from our business partners to access the data for various use-cases. For this to work, data must be verified and come from one common repository that everyone can trust.”

“In Hafnia, we also want to reduce the risk of manual errors by automating as much as possible of the data handling. We are therefore very pleased that Coach, our vessel performance management partner across our whole fleet is now integrated with DNV’s data platform Veracity. It provides us with a seamless data transfer and verification process from the vessels and into our systems. This reduces risk and increases trust and efficiency within Hafnia and towards our business partners.”

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