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Indian Register of Shipping Wins Two Indian Navy Contracts

Mr. Arun Sharma, Executive Chairman IRClass

Chennai:

Port Wings News Network:

Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) has secured a contract for the provision of classification services for 4 large survey vessels for the Indian Navy. These 110 metre vessels, which will be constructed by the Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers Ltd., Kolkata, are the largest hydrographic survey vessels ever constructed for the Indian Navy.

IRClass has also beenawardedclassification services of 2 diving support vessels by Hindustan Shipyard Ltd., Visakhapatnam to be built for the Indian Navy. These are the first ever specialised diving support vessels to be constructed in India.

Mr. Arun Sharma, Executive Chairman, said, “I am pleased that IRClass has won these prestigious Naval contracts for our classification services. We had envisioned strong opportunities in Defence sector which led to the creation of Defence Division in IRClass. These orders have come in the wake of our development of Naval Rules and Guidelines, with the co-operation of the Indian Navy, to meet the specialist needs of naval vessels.”

“We began developing Naval Rules in 2006, and the latest version of these rules was promulgated in 2015. Securing of these orders has enabled IRClass to take a great leap forward in classing sophisticated naval vessels and we hope to continue our partnership with the Indian Navy and Coast Guard for future projects,” he continued.

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