Consilium Safety Group and Carnival sign emission monitoring service agreement


Consilium Safety Group has signed a maintenance agreement with Carnival Corporation & plc, the world’s largest cruise company.

“The agreement strengthens the cooperation between Carnival Corporation and Consillium. Having access to Consilium’s global service network will further support our ongoing efficiency and sustainability priorities,” said a Carnival Corporation spokesperson.

Carnival Corporation has entrusted Consilium Safety Group to ensure the efficiency and reliability of their onboard emission monitoring systems (CEMS). The partnership underscores a joint commitment to enhance Carnival Corporation’s emission monitoring and operation efficiency.
The agreement is an extension to an earlier service and maintenance agreement between Consilium Safety Group and Carnival Corporation that covered the gas detection system onboard 9 LNG-driven vessels in Carnival Corporation’s fleet. This latest agreement is specifically tailored to support the maintenance and calibration of CEMS.

With a strategic emphasis on increasing customer closeness, Consilium has local service presence in over 55 countries across all time zones. Thereby they enable global provision of services to its customers and maximal system uptime.

“Our partnership with Carnival Corporation reflects our dedication to ensuring optimal system reliability, uptime and environmental compliance,” said Joel Tillman, Head of Sales at Consilium Safety US, adding: “We are pleased to align with their sustainability mission within the cruise industry, acknowledging their efforts towards environmental responsibility and sustainable practices.”

The contract covers 32 vessels.