The founders have many years of experience within the operation and decommissioning of maritime assets and have realised that new technologies such as artificial intelligence and track & trace have the potential to optimise the dismantling and recycling of materials significantly, both when it comes to time, emissions and cost.
WHAT'S IN A NAME
Company names are a difficult discipline. On the one hand, they should ideally be short, punchy, catchy and easy. On the other hand, they should, equally ideally, explain exactly what the company does. Those requirements can be diametrically opposed, particularly when a company has embarked upon a business model which might seem reasonably simple on the surface, but may have a large number of moving parts in the engine room.
We like the name Renable because it puts us in mind of many positive connotations with "re"-something and something-"able", and has the added quality of tying those positive connotations together into something that to us sounds dynamic and forward-looking, while explaining and underlining the circular, green nature of what we have set out to do.
Just a few examples of all those words with "re" and "able" in them: