Climate technology company ZeroNorth strikes three-year deal with Cargill to provide a unified platform for vessel and voyage optimisation.

The aim is to help Cargill reduce emissions and reach commercial goals using its full suite of services.

The deal will see ZeroNorth become the main optimisation partner for more than 600 vessels.

The three-year deal will see ZeroNorth become Cargill’s primary software provider for optimisations across vessels and voyages. 

Cargill commenced its strategic partnership with ZeroNorth in 2020, with their cooperation expanding over time, and the two partners working together to develop ZeroNorth’s advanced, market-leading fuel model and develop solutions for the dry bulk market, as ZeroNorth claims.

“This three-year deal with Cargill shows the significant value of our full service offering and the benefits that can be generated by our holistic ZeroNorth platform. It represents the next evolution of our relationship together and signals how ZeroNorth can support Cargill’s evolving needs and expand our range of services and capabilities accordingly. We are extremely proud to have built an industry leading platform and gained Cargill’s trust to make us their primary software provider for vessel, voyage and bunkering optimisation,” commented Niels Snog, CCO at ZeroNorth.

Eman Abdalla, Global Operations Director for Cargill Ocean Transportation, added: “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.”