We are incredibly proud to have been nominated for a national award within the maritime sector. Maritime UK have nominated Datum Electronics in the Clean Maritime Enabler category alongside Signol Limited and Port of Cromarty Firth.
It is a tremendous honour to be nominated in this category which will be awarded to a company or body that are working to support green innovation in the UK maritime sector, through financing or services.
The winner will be decided by a judging panel of internationally recognised maritime leaders and the winner announced at an awards evening at the Double Tree by Hilton in Hull on the 9th March. James Lees, Managing Director of Datum Electronics said,
“We are extremely pleased and humbled by this nomination. The recognition just to be a finalist shows that we are making the right steps forward in our pursuit to design products that directly affect the decarbonisation of the industry along with promotion positive impact on the climate.
Having won a number of sustainability and performance awards in 2022, it would be a fantastic achievement for our team if we were to win. This would culminate the hard work last year and the efforts to date this year that has been put into the design, manufacture and delivery of our innovative solutions.”
Datum financial Director, Michael Irons added,
“We are incredibly proud to be recognised at the forefront of marine sustainability developments; striving for a more advanced and sustainable future of the maritime industry through the provision of our innovative, high accuracy and market leading products.”
The Maritime UK Awards are a unique and impactful way to showcase and celebrate a thriving marine sector, worth £116bn to the UK economy. Each year the Maritime UK Awards rotate around the UK, having visited Plymouth, Portsmouth and Glasgow so far.
This year, Maritime UK’s Patron HRH The Princess Royal will join 600 industry colleagues and partners in government for an evening to celebrate the wonderful world of maritime and the fantastic progress being made by organisations across the sector in support of Maritime 2050.