RINA increases digital focus

Ugo Salerno, chairman and CEO of RINA Ugo Salerno, chairman and CEO of RINA

Italian class society RINA has announced its intention to shift to a more digitally-focused strategy, and launched a new Cloud-based platform called ‘Cube’ to assist clients in data-driven process optimisation and predictive asset management.

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