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KeelX - Veracity by DNV enter strategic partnership

KeelX, a Limassol-based innovative maritime software provider, announced a transformative partnership with Veracity, the leading maritime emissions cloud from the internationally accredited registrar and classification society DNV.

This collaboration is poised to redefine data sharing and verification processes for emissions data, serving the collective interests of their shared clientele, it said in a press release.

The official announcement of this strategic alliance took place during a partner signing photo event at the DNV booth at the prestigious Posidonia Expo, amid an atmosphere charged with anticipation and innovation.


Through this strategic collaboration, shipping companies using KeelX’s advanced platform will now be able to share emissions data with DNV’s Veracity platform through an integrated API. This integration enables DNV to provide common customers in the need of verified emissions data with an automated flow, from the point where they deliver the noon report through to obtaining the verification statement inside DNV’s Emissions Connect solution.

At the heart of this partnership lies KeelX’s flagship SaaS solution: KeelX Analytics. This powerful tool empowers maritime operators to monitor and optimize the environmental performance of their fleet operations. By harnessing KeelX Analytics' robust insights and predictive capabilities, fleets can effectively manage their emissions footprint in alignment with global decarbonisation imperatives.

Barry Authers, Head of Partnerships at Veracity by DNV, highlighted the significance of the collaboration: "Integrating KeelX Analytics with the Veracity cloud brings efficiency to emissions data verification. It enables our common customers to receive daily verifications of their operational vessel data, in an automated process, providing them with higher data granularity and reducing their administrative efforts. This partnership exemplifies our commitment to leveraging technology to enhance sustainability in the maritime industry."

"This partnership represents a significant leap forward in our joint commitment to drive maritime decarbonisation," commented Patrik Bollini, Chief Information Officer (CIO) at KeelX. "It underscores our unwavering dedication to operational excellence and data integrity."

KeelX extended gratitude to key partners such as Lemissoler and Uniteam Marine, whose collaboration has been instrumental in reaching this historic milestone. Michalis Papaioannou, Technical Manager at Uniteam Marine, emphasised, "We are thrilled about the partnership between KeelX and Veracity. This collaboration not only enhances our operational efficiency but also reinforces our commitment to sustainability and regulatory compliance. The automated processes reduce the administrative burden on our team, allowing us to focus on our core mission and strategic objectives."

The partnership also paves the way for enhanced compliance and operational efficiency, freeing up resources and enabling maritime companies to focus on strategic initiatives rather than administrative tasks. John Hadjiparaskevas, Managing Director at Uniteam Marine, added, "We are confident that the combined strengths of KeelX and Veracity will support our goals and set new benchmarks in the industry."

Aristos Philis, CEO at KeelX, commented, "We are immensely proud of this partnership with Veracity. It marks a crucial step in our mission to support the maritime industry in achieving its sustainability goals. Our combined efforts will undoubtedly contribute to a more sustainable future."

As KeelX and Veracity embark on this collaborative journey, they reaffirm their shared dedication to empowering the maritime industry with innovative solutions that foster sustainable growth and environmental stewardship.

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