Rabindra Sah takes charge as CTO at Indian Register of Shipping

Rabindra Sah has assumed the role of Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at the Indian Register of Shipping (IRS), tasked with driving the company’s technical endeavors and digital progressions within the maritime field. With a wealth of experience spanning over two decades in the marine domain, Rabindra brings profound insights into technological advancements and digital strategies to his new position. His appointment underscores IRS’s dedication to harnessing cutting-edge technology to address the evolving demands of the maritime sector.

In his capacity as CTO, Rabindra will oversee the modernization and digitalization of IRS operations, encompassing vessel classification, inspection, and certification services. His leadership is anticipated to enhance the accuracy, transparency, and efficiency of IRS procedures, thereby benefiting stakeholders in the port and shipping industries.

Rabindra’s arrival aligns with a period of rapid digital evolution in the maritime realm, imperative for tackling emerging challenges and seizing fresh opportunities. His expertise and strategic acumen are poised to position IRS as a frontrunner in maritime technological advancement.

Guided by Rabindra’s direction, IRS aims to fortify its digital capabilities, streamline operations, and furnish value-added services to its clientele. His appointment underscores IRS’s commitment to technological prowess and sustainable expansion within the global maritime domain.


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