Green Ship

Best Oasis is an established name in the ship recycling industry, dedicated to encouraging environmentally responsible safe ship recycling practices. We are proud to be recognized as a trusted facilitator in the ship recycling industry, known for our expertise in handling end-of-life ships in a sustainable manner.

Our sophisticated ship recycling facilities guarantee the dismantling, recycling, and disposal of every ship in an ecologically sound manner, effectively reducing the impact on the environment.

Our team is highly competent and maintains the utmost commitment to safety and environmental standards. We ensure full compliance with all relevant regulations, as per the requirement of the seller.

Count on Best Oasis to be your trusted ally in the world of secure, sustainable, and responsible ship recycling.

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  • Alang in Gujarat is at the heart of the ship recycling industry in the Asian sub-continent.
  • There are about 124 active yards** out of which 90 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 and audited by EU – SRR for whitelist inclusion for recycling EU flag. It is EUSRR compliant by Lloyd’s register.
  • Chattogram has approximately 117 shipyards, with 40 currently active. Among these active yards, 4 are approved by the Hong Kong Convention (HKC).
  • The market is dominated by non – green yards but are hopeful to be HKC compliant yards within the next 4 to 5 years.
  • Gadani has about 100 yards out of which approximately 54 ship recycling yards are operational. 
  • There are no green yards but a few ship recyclers have applied for HKC compliance and are positive on receiving the same.
  • There are a total of 25 Ship Recycling yards in Turkey, each with a similar width of approximately 55 meters.
  • 9 ship recycling facilities in Aliağa have been added to the European Union's list of approved ship recycling yards.
  • 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.

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