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Royal Institution of Naval Architects joins Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) and Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping have signed a partnership agreement for a long-term collaboration towards the development of safe and sustainable decarbonisation solutions for the maritime industry.

Founded in 1860 in London, RINA is an international institution whose members are involved at all levels of the design, construction, maintenance and operation of all marine vessels and structures.

As a knowledge partner to the Center, RINA will contribute to the development of decarbonisation strategies and action plans through knowledge sharing, joint events and network activities.

The partnership is also expected to connect the Copenhagen-based Center experts with experts in the Naval Architecture Group, International Maritime Organization (IMO), Environmental and Safety Committees and Academia.

In welcoming the RINA to the Center, CEO Bo Cerup-Simonsen stated, "Collaboration, strong networks and knowledge sharing are essential to the decarbonisation of the maritime industry. A partnership with RINA opens new opportunities to engage the maritime community, promote solutions and raise awareness among those who have the opportunity to act."

Chris Boyd, CEO of RINA, also commented, "The Royal Institution of Naval Architects provide a forum for the discussion of technical and scientific issues regarding design, construction, research, and development across all sectors of the maritime industry and together we look forward to knowledge sharing and leading strategy towards decarbonisation in shipping."

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