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HSL inks 4 MoU’s at GMIS

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During the recently held GMIS-2023 HSL inked four strategic MoUs as part of its Green Shipping initiative. These MoUs serve as a cornerstone in promoting an e-vessel ecosystem in India, thus marking a significant leap towards a more environmentally friendly maritime industry.

HSL’s ambitious objectives include achieving autonomy in designing and building e-tugs by 2026, further aligning with international standards for build time, and condensing the construction period to just 8-12 months. 

To accomplish this,  HSL is going with modular concept and developing a family of e-tugs with bollard pull capacity ranging from 40T to 80 T and beyond with a wide range of options including compatibility for using green alternative fuels based on the diverse operational requirements of customer. 

In addition, with a view to build a vibrant ancillary ecosystem centered around Visakhapatnam, HSL is planning to include a few promising industries based in Visakhapatnam and costal districts to participate in the program, get exposure to new technologies and be part of a thriving ancillary system, which testifies the yard’s utmost commitment to implement Green technologies in maritime sector.

The HSL pavilion was graced by notable dignitaries, C&MD’s of shipyards and global industrialists, who appreciated HSL’s initiatives towards green Shipping.

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