16th November 2022| Issue #28

Dear Anjaney Borwankar,

We trust you are well.

The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, more commonly referred to as COP27, is the 27th United Nations Climate Change conference. COP27 is being held until the 18th of November in Egypt. At this forum, important decarbonisation commitments are being made by maritime leaders. For example, the "Joint Statement on Green Hydrogen and Green Shipping" commits signatories, such as A.P. Moller-Maersk, to the rapid adoption of green hydrogen-based fuels in order to achieve the full decarbonisation of the maritime industry by 2050.

At Navozyme, we continue to raise awareness about decarbonisation and in a week from now, the next edition of the Blue Seas Webinar Series will host sustainable fashion designer and marine conservationist Jessica Giannotti and award winning industrial designer Ian Myles. The webinar will explore how smart design intertwined with tech innovation could play a role in the conservation of our oceans. You can register for the webinar here.


Read on for more exciting N-EWS ....


🌊 Marine Conservation

meets sustainable fashion

and technology in Navozyme's next webinar

Register here

👋 Rotterdam's maritime engineering students visit Navozyme's Barcelona office

👏 Certificate management made easy with N-CAP

Discover N-CAP

⏳ N-MAP securely streamlines port-clearance processes

Learn about N-MAP

👩‍💻 Navozyme is looking for talent

Job opportunities

Marine Conservation meets sustainable fashion and technology in Navozyme's next webinar

Don't miss out on Navozyme's latest Blue Seas Webinar next week!

The latest edition of the Blue Seas Webinar Series will feature Jessica Giannotti, Founder of sustainable fashion think tank, Crùbag, and award-winning industrial designer Ian Myles, for a discussion on marine conservation with Navozyme's Co-Founder & Chief Executive Anjaney Borwankar.

Jessica Giannotti is a marine science graduate and fashion entrepreneur. She founded Crùbag in 2013 after completing her studies in marine science at SAMS-UHI in Scotland. Her company, Crùbag, is an ocean-focused interdisciplinary textile design studio and materials innovation lab. Crùbag creates artful textile collections and new sustainable materials from the ocean to reveal our planet's unseen beauty, share ocean knowledge, and inspire a deeper connection with nature.

Ian James Myles is an award-winning industrial designer (4 IDSA awards and several patents) and a trusted advisor for Navozyme since its founding days. With a proven track record in commercially viable innovation across industries, he has international experience with start-ups and Fortune 500 Companies.

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Certificate management made easy with N-CAP

Maritime Certificate Issuers effortlessly manage certificates with N-CAP

With N-CAP (Navozyme-Certificate Authentication Platform), Maritime Certificate Issuers only need a few clicks to issue, revoke, and validate IMO compliant STCW & Non-STCW e-certificates.

N-CAP is already used to seamlessly issue hundreds of e-certificates each month with leading organisations such as the International Association of Maritime Institutions (IAMI), UK and the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific (MAAP), Philippines.

Learn more about N-CAP

Maritime engineering students from Rotterdam visit Navozyme's Barcelona office

A College of Rotterdam cohort studies Navozyme's initiatives

Last week, young talent from the College of Rotterdam's maritime engineering division paid a visit to Navozyme's Barcelona office as part of their tour of Barcelona's maritime ecosystem.

Our team at Navozyme is proud to see that our work and initiatives both attract interest and help inspire the industry's future decision makers. The involvement of maritime's next generation strengthens Navozyme's mission to positively transform the maritime industry.

N-MAP securely streamlines port-clearance processes

Port stakeholders experience enhanced efficiency with N-MAP

N-MAP securely streamlines port clearances via the automation of routine tasks and reduction of manual entries.

N-MAP has been specially designed with the inputs from key maritime stakeholders like Port Authorities, Maritime Authorities, Shipowners, MARPOL Operators and Ship Agents to facilitate the real-time interchange of critical data in Port Clearance & MARPOL processes.

Learn about N-MAP

Navozyme is looking for talent

The Navozyme family is growing and is on the lookout for the following:


Full Time: Barcelona / Bilbao / Remote


Full Time: Bilbao


Full Time: Barcelona / Bilbao /Singapore / Remote

Apply Here