Second year in a row: Hoegh Autoliners awarded “Shipping Line of the year - Multipurpose Vessel Operator” in India
The award was awarded to Höegh Autoliners for the second year in a row at the 12th edition of the Maritime And Logistics Awards.
The award recognizes Hoegh Autoliners as a leader when it comes to carrying a wide variety of cargo, be it High & Heavy, Out of Gauge, Breakbulk or Project Cargoes on its modern fleet of PCTC vessels.
“The award is a testament to the service and reputation we maintain in India and we are very proud to be recognized for our efforts here,” says Capt. Atuldutt Sharma, Breakbulk Sales at Höegh Autoliners India and continues:
“This achievement comes down to the exceptional teamwork from colleagues in India and support from our global teams. They are consistently performing to the highest service level, a truly remarkable achievement. And we would also like to thank our customers for their continued support.”
Chief Operations Officer at Höegh Autoliners, Sebjørn Dahl, says about the award:
"This speaks volumes about the efforts and quality we provide in India and is a testament to the whole organisation. Both in India and around the world, where we strive to be the absolute best and provide our customers a world class service when handling their cargo."
The Maritime And Logistics Awards has carved a niche for itself as the definitive recognition of excellence in the Indian Maritime and Logistics sector.
Hoegh Autoliners has also been a recipient of “Shipping Line of the Year – RORO Operator” five years in a row in the previous editions of the Maritime And Logistics Awards when the award category existed.
From left to right on photo: Capt. Parmeet Bawa (CEO - Chartering RORO Freight Solutions), Capt. Atuldutt Sharma (Höegh Autoliners), Mrs. Mallerine Kukian (Höegh Autoliners), Mr. Dilip Ahuja (MD - Neptune Container Lines and Logistics Pvt. Ltd).
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