Sell your ship online!Green Ship Recycling

GREEN SHIP RECYCLING

We have successfully purchased vessels specific to green ship recycling norms without a single hiccup and delivered them to end buyers that can reliably recycle it by complying to group owner specific audits diligently.

INDIA

  • Alang in Gujarat is at the heart of the ship recycling industry in the Asian sub-continent.
  • There are about 120 yards out of which 70 are green ship recycling yards certified under HKC
    (Hong Kong Convention) compliance by different classification bodies such as: :-
    o Class NK
    o Rina Class
    o IR Class – Indian Register of Shipping
  • Yards at Alang are consistently improving to meet higher standards of green ship recycling.
  • Yards at Alang have a sea front of 30, 45, 60, 80 or 120 meters.
  • Priya Blue Industries Pvt Ltd was the first yard to be certified by Class NK under HKC ( Hong Kong convention ) compliance in Alang, India.
  • Priya Blue Industries Pvt Ltd was the first yard to be certified by Class NK under HKC ( Hong Kong convention ) compliance in Alang and audited by EU – SRR for white list inclusion for recycling EU flag ships.

BANGLADESH

  • Chattogram has about 120 yards. Out of the 50 operational yards, only 1 yard is certified by Rina Class of HKC compliance.
  • The market is dominated by non – green yards but are hopeful to be HKC compliant yards
    within the next 4 to 5 years.

PAKISTAN

  • Gadani has about 100 yards out of which approximately 40 are operational.
  • There are no green yards but a few ship recyclers have applied for HKC compliance and are positive on receiving the same.

TURKEY

  • Ship recycling in Turkey is carried out in an industrial zone that is state-owned and leased out to private companies. The yards are located in Aliaga, around 50 km north of Izmir on the Aegean coast in an area that hosts a large cluster of heavy industries.
  • The ship recycling zone was first established by a government decree in 1976. Most of the workers originally come from Tokat and Sivas in Eastern Turkey and have settled in Aliaga.
  • The Turkish ship recycling yards apply the so-called landing method. The bow of the vessel is grounded on the shore while the stern is still afloat. The blocks are then lifted by cranes onto a drained and impermeable working area. The yards do not resort to the gravity method, that is, dropping blocks into the water or onto the beach.
  • In 2018, two yards in Aliaga were approved and included in the EU List..