Enhanced maintenance.Increased fuel efficiency.

Fewer Carbon Emissions.

Improved hull cleaning results in greater fuel efficiency, and a reduction in your company's carbon footprint.

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set a shipping industry target of a 50% reduction in CO2 emissions by 20501. Fisk Tech can help reduce a container ship’s annual CO2 emissions by 8,000 tons2.

Decarbonising our planet has become a critical issue globally. The shipping industry is responsible for approximately 3% of global CO2 emissions3, with the average container ship emitting 40,000 tons of CO2.

Industry leaders and fleet managers alike are looking at ways to reduce the carbon footprint left by ships. Effective hull and propeller maintenance can stop 20% of annual CO2 emissions, which is a  considerable step to the IMO’s 2050 target.

Fisk Tech’s innovative use of technology throughout its maintenance services allows you to keep track of job progress through our website and our app. It allows allows for significant fuel savings which reduce your operating costs.

1. ‘IMO action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping’, 2020.
2. Based on an average of 40,000 tons CO2 emitted annually by a standard container ship (UNCTAD, 2020).
3. ‘Shipping industry: Marine science and engineering’ – MDPI study, 2020.

A container ship can, on average, reduce its annual CO2 emissions by 8,000 tons.

Based on an average of 40,000 tons CO2 emitted annually by a standard container ship (UNCTAD, 2020).


At Fisk Tech we believe in a collaborative approach to the services we supply. We are constantly looking for ways to add value to the wider ecosystem, to collaborate and co-create with organisations in the ecosystem.

Get in touch with the team for more information on this approach and how we can work together.