Breaking News

Hafnia & Subsea Global Solutions’ joint initiative to set gold standards on climate action for the maritime industry

Hafnia & Subsea Global

It is announced that Subsea Global Solutions (SGS) has recently entered into a new initiative agreement to provide underwater hull maintenance along with repair services for Hafnia Pools Pte. Ltd.’s  fleet of 93 owned vessels.

The arrangement for all related underwater works for the Hafnia Tankers fleet will be coordinated out of SGS’ Singapore office to ensure complete alignment with their technical team in Singapore.

Surajit Chanda, Vice President Technical, In-House Fleet at Hafnia, said; “Protecting the environment with preventative and proactive underwater maintenance policies, while optimizing the commercial performance of our fleet has always been one of our key operational objectives. SGS offers the right size and depth, global coverage, and consistent reliability we need, to achieve that.”

Harun Duzgoren, Chief Commercial Officer for SGS, also said; “We are excited to be given the opportunity to support Hafnia’s fleet worldwide. With our new cloud-based reporting tool and SGS Partner Central platform, strategically located office network, and our 165 strong diver-technician teams, we look forward to assisting them with their environmental and energy efficiency goals.”

Capt. Satnam Singh Kumar, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific Region for SGS, concluded; “Our environmental objectives are aligned with Hafnia’s Environmental Management Plan that aims to set the gold standard on climate action for the industry. We are committed to supporting these initiatives and helping them reduce their fleet’s fuel consumption and emissions worldwide.”

Hafnia Pools Pte. Ltd., is one of the world’s leading product tanker operators and a member of BW Group. This agreement aims to solidify the existing good cooperation between the two companies and eventually to bring additional operational efficiencies to Hafnia.



The Maritime Executive

Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide


Check Also

Hydrogen may follow as the next marine fuel after LNG and ammonia

Korea demonstrates its high ambitions in net zero fuels While hydrogen is a clean fuel, …