Based on its recent analysis of the European biocides market, Frost & Sullivan awarded I-Tech AB with the 2017 Technology Innovation Award due to the long-term environmental and economic benefits of using Selektope® which Frost & Sullivan say make it a truly innovative technology in the European marine biocides market. According to Frost & Sullivan, the solution has the potential to induce transformative change in the marine industry and they expect that the technology will become the trendsetter in the European marine biocides market in the coming years.
Selektope® ended the 2016 maritime awards season by winning one of the industry’s most sought-after environmental accolades being named winner of the Tanker Shipping & Trade Environmental Award 2016. Organized by Riviera Maritime Media, the Tanker Shipping & Trade Awards recognize excellence, innovation, and environmental performance across the tanker industry.
Selektope® was a shortlisted nominee for the 2017 GREEN4SEA Awards in the category recognizing technological achievement, breakthrough or significant contribution to the maritime environment. The GREEN4SEA awards have already won a place in the maritime calendar by basing their appreciation of environmental excellence and sustainable shipping on a public, online vote hosted on the GREEN4SEA website.
Selektope® was a shortlisted finalist for the 2017 Green Ship Technology of the Year award. The Green Ship Technology Awards are organized by KNectMaritime, an Informa company. The judges for the awards this year are; Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General, BIMCO, Kate Adamson, CEO, Futurenautics, Per Winther Christiensen, Deputy Director, Danish Shipowners Association and Mark Cameron, Chief Operating Officer, Ardmore Shipping.