CII – Carbon Intensity Indicator

Reduce emissions and prevent penalties

Starting January 1, 2023, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has implemented new regulations titled EEXI and CII aimed at reducing the CO2 emissions from existing ships. To comply, vessels weighing over 400Gt must meet minimum requirements for technical efficiency. Failure to do so by December 31, 2023, may result in fines and penalties.

GIT offers a full range of sustainable marine coatings to help ship owners and operators meet environmental standards. Our XGIT hull and propeller graphene-based coatings are copper and biocide free, and support any organization’s efforts in being CII compliance. Contact us to help you meet the regulations while reaching optimal vessel performance.

Speed up decarbonization

The easiest way to make a ship more energy efficient is by reducing its engine power. However, this is not always possible as many shipping lines are operating at full capacity and can’t slow down. Our graphene-based hull and propeller coatings offers a perfect solution for ship owners and operators. Our coating allows vessels to maintain their traditional speeds while reducing fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.

In addition to reducing fuel consumption, XGIT’s low-friction surface and hard foul release technologies also help keep ships clean and reduce drag. Tested by Lloyd’s Register, ship operators who use XGIT’s marine coatings systems have seen real-world fuel efficiency gains.

Work with us to speed up your decarbonization efforts.


Boost your CII and reduce fuel consumption with our low-friction marine fuel efficiency coatings.

Future Focused

Our marine coatings are free of harmful toxins and biocides, leading the industry with environmentally friendly solutons.


Real-world, results based product performance and type approval of XGIT coatings is verified by Lloyd’s Register.

Reduce your carbon footprint

Reach decarbonization goals with biocide-free coatings