“When we launched our app, more than 1m people installed in the first month and the Google Play Store is now our biggest channel for user acquisition.” Having launched for feature phones in 2011, Waplog’s user base quickly grew to 4m worldwide.Waplog is now localised for 23 different languages and is particularly popular in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, USA, Brazil, Mexico, Thailand, Germany, Italy, Indonesia and Russia.Our task is to give Maersk Line the adequate means to find correct figures for their fuel balance calculations.Read more about Maersk here Deliveries from KROHNE Marine are tight and scheduled to start in April 2016.When the app first launched in 2010, it served as a Facebook-style mobile social app, however the company soon realised its users were looking for more than just platonic connections, so evolved the product into a “soft dating” app.Since then, Waplog has released new versions of the app for Android in 2011 and i OS in 2013, continuing to work on new projects to improve the online dating experience for it 40m users.As it stands, the app has 650,000 daily active users, with 30,000 people registering every day on both mobile and desktop, Yazicioglu said.And according to its founder, 93% of these active users are on mobile and 80% on Android.
Fuel expenses are typically the main cost in running a vessel.
The key principles of the scheme are to generate robust results using a lean approach considering parameters which are already monitored during normal operations. In 2010, the UNFCCC recognised that global warming must not exceed pre-industrial levels by more than 2 degrees centigrade and that, in order to ensure this, GHG emissions would need to be reduced to 50% less than 1990 levels by 2050.
Maritime transport is currently the only industry sector not addressed either through the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) or the EU’s Effort Sharing Decision on CO2, but represents 4% of total emissions and is recognised as the fastest growing sector in transportation.
With the large number of ships and gauging devices, the contracts form an important part of the company’s production platform, and a challenge for the engineering team in charge of the deliveries. The contracts include cargo level radars with local display combined with a CCR computer system for a high level of redundancy on the monitoring side.
OPTIWAVE 8300 C Marine radars will be installed on the cargo and slop tanks, with the addition of temperature and tank pressure gauging.