Höegh Autoliners recognized for excellence in the maritime sector – wins important award
Höegh Autoliners has been awarded “Shipping Line of the Year – Breakbulk & RoRo” for the fifth time in a row at the India Maritime Awards 2022 held in Mumbai.
When the India Maritime Awards 2022 was held recently, Höegh Autoliners was awarded Best Shipping Line of the Year within the RORO Category for sustained year-on-year growth, customer appreciation and innovative solutions within the High and heavy, Breakbulk and Project Cargo segments.
We are proud to be recognized for our services and efforts in India as the award is “applauding sustained excellence in approach, engagement and implementation”, as the organisation behind the award states on its website.
“It is a big honour to receive this award. And it is an even bigger honour to be getting it for the fifth consecutive time. This recognises the service and reputation we maintain in India – something we are very proud of,” says Capt. Atuldutt Sharma, Breakbulk Sales at Höegh Autoliners India continues:
“We would like to thank our customers for their continued support, and the team in India for their utmost dedication. They are consistently performing to the highest service level, a truly remarkable achievement.”
PICTURE: Receiving the award from left to right: Capt. Atuldutt Sharma (Breakbulk Sales – Höegh Autoliners India), Ms. Kavita Jadhav (GM Sales Econship), Mr. Jitesh Palande (Liner Sales Manager – Höegh Autoliners India), Mr. Rakesh Nair (Econship).
Photo credit: Daily Shipping Times
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