New integrated platform offers a one-stop-shop for voyage planning, environmental and regulatory compliance, crew and operations management and more.
Lloyd’s Register has merged its existing digital platforms under its new OneOceanLR brand, which has been launched following several recent acquisitions in the digital maritime space.
The newly integrated platform will incorporate digital solutions from OneOcean, Hanseaticsoft and ISF Watchkeeper into a newly integrated portfolio along with other digital products offered by LR, providing maritime stakeholders with data-driven solutions from a single provider and minimising reliance on separate systems.
OneOceanLR ‘s support and solutions for compliance, management and performance are relied upon by more than 20,000 vessels and enable LR’s clients to use digital technology to oversee fleet operations, manage costs, improve safety and reduce their environmental impact.
By centralising these functionalities, LR, which acquired OneOcean in June 2022, can continue to empower its clients with the capability to meet current and emerging challenges in the maritime industry and operate safely, efficiently, and profitably, in compliance with all relevant maritime regulations.
Martin Taylor, CEO of OneOceanLR, said:
“Digitalisation is a key driver in maritime and is the first step towards addressing a number of compliance, cost, safety and environmental challenges. This is why we have unified our digital solutions into the OneOceanLR platform, creating an integrated hub to facilitate data-driven transformation for our clients.
“The new platform will enhance usability, streamline workflows and optimise efficiency, allowing our clients to improve their operations and meet the challenges of the future with digital technology.”
Nick Brown, CEO of Lloyd's Register, said:
Providing a world-leading, future-proof digital portfolio is a fundamental element of Lloyd's Register's vision. We now offer a unified and cohesive platform for ship owners, managers, charterers and operators, with the widest breadth and capability available on the market. With OneOceanLR, we can continue our work as trusted advisers to stakeholders in the maritime industry as our sector faces up to the challenges and opportunities of decarbonisation and digitalisation.
About Lloyd's Register OneOcean
Lloyd's Register OneOcean is the digital solutions platform providing actionable intelligence to maritime professionals worldwide.
As an integral part of Lloyd's Register, we exist to create a seamless connection between each and every vessel and voyage, stakeholder and supply chain to truly unite the digital journey between ship and shore.
Our easy-to-use, secure platform brings market-leading compliance, management and performance software together to help shipowners, operators, charterers and crew drive stronger growth and efficiency in a safe, sustainable way.
With years of global maritime expertise, innovation and experience across 22,000 vessels, we aim to be the most trusted digital platform for enhancing people, profits and the planet.
About Lloyd’s Register
Trusted maritime advisers, partnering with clients to drive performance across the ocean economy.
Lloyd’s Register (LR) is a global professional services group specialising in marine engineering and technology. Created more than 260 years ago as the world’s first marine classification society, to improve and set standards for the safety of ships.
Today we are a leading provider of classification and compliance services to the marine and offshore industries, helping our clients design, construct and operate their assets to accepted levels of safety and environmental compliance.
We also provide advice, support and solutions on fleet performance and optimisation, voyage optimisation, enhancing our clients’ digital capability. Our digital solutions are relied upon by more than 20,000 vessels.
In the race to zero emissions, our research, technical expertise and industry-firsts are supporting a safe, sustainable maritime energy transition.
Lloyd’s Register Group is wholly owned by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation, a politically and financially independent global charity that promotes safety and education.