Dromon Bureau of Shipping & Net Zero Analytics Partnership


(www.MaritimeCyprus.com) We are pleased to announce that Dromon Bureau of Shipping (DBS) has partnered with Net Zero Analytics, a leading provider of sustainability solutions to provide a sustainability solution/ service to the maritime industry. Net Zero Analytics is an official partner of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and together with the experience and expertise of Dromon Bureau of Shipping in the maritime industry sector, will be bringing unparalleled expertise in engineering and sustainability advisory services to the Cyprus shipping industry.

The shipping industry plays a crucial role in the global economy, but also has a significant environmental impact. As such, it is important for companies in this sector to implement sustainability strategies to reduce their environmental footprint and meet the increasing demand for socially and environmentally responsible business practices.

Through our partnership, we will be providing a range of sustainability advisory services to shipping companies in Cyprus. These services include current state ESG assessments, material issues identification, sustainability report development, training for corporate personnel on essential ESG concepts, and advisory services on new climate preservation-related laws.

Andreas Philippou, Dromon’s CEO said ‘We believe that by working with Net Zero Analytics, we can help shipping companies in Cyprus implement effective sustainability strategies and make a positive impact on the environment and society. We are committed to supporting our clients in every aspect of their journey towards sustainable growth. We are excited to collaborate with Net Zero Analytics and help the shipping industry in Cyprus achieve its sustainability goals’.

Tasos Nikolaou, CEO of Net Zero Analytics said ‘Joining forces with Dromon Bureau of Shipping will allow us to bring our knowledge on sustainability solutions to the Cypriot Shipping industry. We are excited and looking forward to this cooperation and to providing valuable guidance to one of the island’s most dynamic industries’.

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