Cargill makes ZeroNorth its primary optimisation systems provider

Cargill has signed a three-year contract with ZeroNorth to become Cargill’s primary software provider for optimisation of vessels and voyages.

The deal will see ZeroNorth assist in optimising the operation of approximately 600 vessels to contribute to Cargill’s environmental and commercial goals.

“We are delighted to announce that we’ve chosen ZeroNorth as our vessel and voyage optimisation digital platform,” said Eman Abdalla, Global Operations Director for Cargill Ocean Transportation.

“We have worked together in a strategic partnership since 2020 and are confident that, as part of our newly expanded agreement including their full services available in the ZeroNorth platform, ZeroNorth will continue to deliver the high-quality and impactful service that we are accustomed to and enable our operational digital transformation.”

“We are also looking forward to continuing working together to develop new, market-leading solutions that meet our company needs, as well as those of the wider market.”

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