Hull coating helps ferry firm decarbonise

Finnlines adopts graphene-based hard foul release hull coating

Finnlines is using a graphene-based hard foul release hull coating across its RoRo and RoPax fleets to help further its decarbonisation efforts

Beginning in 2022, the shipping firm has applied the innovative coating to four vessels as part of a deal with GIT Coatings, reducing fuel consumption and emissions by a reported 7%.

XGIT-FUEL is a biocide-free, hard foul release coating that offers an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional toxic anti-fouling and soft-foul release hull coatings.

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