Maritime Robotics deepens collaboration to advance sustainability efforts

Maritime Robotics and AKVA group Helgeland Plast announced on Earth Day their collaboration to manufacture Maritime Robotics’ Mariner USV hulls using climate-neutral materials. This shift from fossil to plant-based materials supports a greener future without compromising quality and safety, showcasing a commitment to sustainability in maritime technology.
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Maritime Robotics and AKVA group Helgeland Plast have announced a partnership to manufacture the hulls of Maritime Robotics’ Mariner Uncrewed Surface Vessels (USVs) using climate-neutral materials. This move, announced on Earth Day, reflects the companies’ commitment to reducing plastic waste and promoting sustainability in maritime technology. AKVA group has obtained ISCC PLUS certification for using bio-based and recycled materials in their plastic products, ensuring that all boat hulls will be produced using these environmentally friendly materials.

The transition from fossil to plant-based materials for the boat hulls supports AKVA group’s vision of creating a better future and demonstrates how collaboration between leading companies can drive innovation towards a greener future. This shift to climate-neutral materials maintains the quality and safety of Maritime Robotics’ Mariner USV and AKVA group’s Polarcirkle boats, offering a greener alternative for maritime operations in rough sea conditions. The partnership between the two companies aims to deliver products that increase safety and reduce carbon dioxide emissions in a more sustainable manner.

As a rapidly growing company, Maritime Robotics emphasizes the importance of strong partnerships to scale efficiently and sustainably. Working with AKVA group Helgeland Plast, they aim to ensure that their products contribute to increased safety and reduced carbon dioxide emissions for customers in a more climate-neutral way. The use of climate-neutral materials in the production of Mariner USV hulls marks a significant step towards a more sustainable future in maritime technology.

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