Giuseppe Tringali is a Senior Naval Architect and the Director of Leadship Ltd., an Engineering & Consulting services company, with offices in Greece & the UK.
He graduated in 2004, obtaining a Master of Engineering Degree in Naval Architecture and Offshore Engineering from the Glasgow & Strathclyde Universities in Scotland. After spending time as a Researcher at the Ship Stability Research Centre in Glasgow, he moved to London, in order to get involved in the marine consulting business. Since then he has managed numerous design projects and has had a broad exposure to a range of vessels & industries, working for several leading northern European design companies.
He has a keen interest in marine innovations, particularly those set in creating an environmentally efficient ship design with the application of new technologies within the marine industry. In recent years, in order to capitalise on opportunities created by the recent economic crisis, he has been actively sustaining a reformed way from stakeholders to deal with decision making on energy matters.
In 2017, he co-founded with fellow Senior Naval Architect, Mirco Zoia, Leadship Ltd., a company that wishes to go beyond design, offering total support to its clients while bringing their concept to fruition. By combining the innate sense of Italian style with the efficiency, expertise and stability of northern European design, Leadship Ltd. is hoping to leave its mark, with designs that will move forward an otherwise "conservative" industry.
Member of various professional and international associations such as American Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA) and the Italian Association of Naval Architects (ATENA), he has also been an advisor with the Danish delegation to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for Intact and Damage Stability Groups and a visiting lecturer at ESCP Europe Business School, teaching shipping energy related matters at the Executive Masters in Energy Management (EMEM).