Marfle keeps growing confidently in ports segment in the UK. Recent installations on Forth Ports and Falmouth Harbour vessels proves this.
Both companies are leading organizations which own and operate workboats in the country. While Forth Ports is active in Edinburgh area in Scotland, Falmouth Harbour has operations in Cornwall area in Southwest.
The main reasons behind why Forth Ports and Falmouth Harbour chose Marfle Fleet Analytics were similar. Here are managers’ own words:
Tom Redgrave, Operations Manager, Falmouth Harbour:
“We installed the Marfle data monitoring system aboard Arrow, our 16m pilot boat, in order seek ways to reduce our carbon footprint and operating costs.
The data being received is extremely detailed and the support from the Marfle team has been excellent. The system is reliable and easy to use and the Coxswains are able to log in and review their own performance.
We now have real evidence of exactly what our boats do and which jobs are the heaviest on fuel usage and wear and tear.
Our team can work towards driving more efficiently and consider ways to tweak our schedule to reduce fuel usage, whilst watching for early signs of engine issues.”
Theo Currie, Marine Services Resource Manager, Forth Ports:
“The data insight that Marfle offers, supports our vision of a sustainable marine operation. Marfle is giving us insight into our operational data, that was never before captured.”
Fuel economy analysis is the top reason for both organizations to choose Marfle Fleet Analytics. System allows users to see a clear picture of their skippers’ fuel consumption performance. Together with the driving style analyses, system helps vessel owners reduce the carbon footprint in their vessels.
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