AWT-rebranded StormGeo on embassy-hosted Singapore reception

On 5 May Norway’s Ambassador to Singapore, Tormod Endresen, hosted a reception on the occasion of AWT (Applied Weather Technology) becoming StormGeo.

“In cooperation with our caterer, the guests were served Norwegian food, and the waffles we brought in from Sjømannskirken i Singapore was a big hit!” writes the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Singapore.

AWT is now the shipping division of StormGeo. AWT was acquired by StormGeo in January 2014, and is now changing its name as part of the process of merging with its parent company.

As a result of the successful integration of the companies, they have expanded their global reach; utilizing 7 global forecast centres with 24/7 operations. They provide their customers the benefit of added expertise and resources.

StormGeo’s shipping division leads the industry with 60,000 ship voyages routed annually, award winning fleet management tools and more than 6,000 ships using its BVSTM onboard route optimization system. They designed their shipping products to help ship owners, charterers, operators, captains and fleet managers identify the safest, most fuel-efficient routes for their fleets. Their goal is to make shipping smarter, safer and more profitable while reducing environmental impact.

StormGeo Shipping consists of meteorology, oceanography, and data science experts who are passionate about our work. Their expertise allows us to deliver the industry’s most advanced weather routing, voyage planning and fleet management solutions—so customers can effectively manage their resources, deliver better customer service, provide a better return to shareholders, and find a competitive edge.

Sources: StormGeo, Royal Norwegian Embassy.

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