Indian Register of Shipping Appoints New CTO
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Indian Register of Shipping Appoints New CTO

Rabindra Sah has been appointed as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the Indian Register of Shipping (IRS). In his new role, Sah will lead the technological initiatives and innovations at IRS, contributing to the enhancement of the organisation's services in the ports and shipping sector.

With over two decades of experience in the maritime industry, Sah brings a wealth of expertise in technology and digital transformation to his position as CTO. His appointment reflects IRS's commitment to leveraging advanced technologies to meet the evolving needs of the maritime industry.

As CTO, Sah will be responsible for driving technological advancements and digitization initiatives across IRS's operations, including vessel classification, inspection, and certification services. His leadership is expected to drive efficiency, accuracy, and transparency in IRS's processes, benefiting stakeholders in the ports and shipping sector.

Sah's appointment comes at a crucial time when the maritime industry is undergoing rapid digital transformation to address emerging challenges and capitalise on new opportunities. His strategic vision and technical acumen will play a key role in positioning IRS as a leader in technological innovation within the maritime domain.

Under Sah's leadership, IRS aims to enhance its digital capabilities, streamline operations, and deliver value-added services to its clients. His appointment underscores IRS's commitment to staying at the forefront of technological innovation and driving sustainable growth in the ports and shipping sector.

Overall, Rabindra Sah's appointment as CTO marks a significant milestone for the Indian Register of Shipping, signalling its dedication to harnessing technology to advance the efficiency and competitiveness of the maritime industry in India and beyond.

Rabindra Sah has been appointed as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the Indian Register of Shipping (IRS). In his new role, Sah will lead the technological initiatives and innovations at IRS, contributing to the enhancement of the organisation's services in the ports and shipping sector. With over two decades of experience in the maritime industry, Sah brings a wealth of expertise in technology and digital transformation to his position as CTO. His appointment reflects IRS's commitment to leveraging advanced technologies to meet the evolving needs of the maritime industry. As CTO, Sah will be responsible for driving technological advancements and digitization initiatives across IRS's operations, including vessel classification, inspection, and certification services. His leadership is expected to drive efficiency, accuracy, and transparency in IRS's processes, benefiting stakeholders in the ports and shipping sector. Sah's appointment comes at a crucial time when the maritime industry is undergoing rapid digital transformation to address emerging challenges and capitalise on new opportunities. His strategic vision and technical acumen will play a key role in positioning IRS as a leader in technological innovation within the maritime domain. Under Sah's leadership, IRS aims to enhance its digital capabilities, streamline operations, and deliver value-added services to its clients. His appointment underscores IRS's commitment to staying at the forefront of technological innovation and driving sustainable growth in the ports and shipping sector. Overall, Rabindra Sah's appointment as CTO marks a significant milestone for the Indian Register of Shipping, signalling its dedication to harnessing technology to advance the efficiency and competitiveness of the maritime industry in India and beyond.

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