DNV GL bagged the 1st Classification Society Award at Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia 2020 ceremony which took place online on 23 June.
The Classification Society Award is one of the seven new categories introduced in this year’s event. It recognizes DNV GL’s commitment to enhance industry safety, efficiency and reliability through the development of innovative solutions like remote surveys, cyber security class notation and additive manufacturing guidelines.
“It’s a great honour to receive this award,” said Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager, South East Asia, Pacific & India at DNV GL – Maritime. “The award is an affirmation of our role as a classification society to safeguard life, property and the environment across the maritime supply chain.”
DNV GL was also acknowledged for its Alternative Fuel Insight platform and the “Maritime Forecast to 2050” publication which supports the industry’s transition to a cleaner, less carbon intensive future.
“As the maritime industry faces major transformations, we will continue to innovate and offer new ways of working to enhance quality, efficiency and safe operations at sea,” added Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria.
Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia is a prestigious industry award which recognizes and honours the achievements from maritime companies and individuals in Asia. Winners were selected by a judging panel made up of influential maritime and shipping professionals.
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