Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) is adopting the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) call for new technologies for greener shipping
Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT), provider of the world’s most sustainable marine coatings, today announced new additions to its Canada’s Ocean Supercluster Technology Leadership Project, the Smart Protective Coatings Project.
Provision of new technologies will assist to reduce underwater radiated noise and greenhouse gases. This includes the application of a revolutionary vessel hull coating developed in Canada by Graphite Innovation & Technologies.
Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) is among 11 leading start-up companies globally who have recently been accepted into the ‘Paint the Future’ global start-up challenge. The challenge is facilitated by AkzoNobel, a leading global producer of marine coatings.
Graphite Innovation and Technologies Inc. (GIT) is pleased to announce that it has launched a sustainable awareness program for our environmentally friendly marine coating, XGIT_Fuel™. Our objective is quite simple: to create visibility and awareness of the use of harmful coatings in Canadian waters and how newer products help stop the leaching of toxins into the environment.
Canada’s Ocean Supercluster announced four projects today including the Smart Protective Coatings Project as a part of its core Technology Leadership stream of projects. With a total project value of more than $4.6 million, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster will provide $2.2 million in funding with the balance coming from industry partners. The Smart Protective Coatings Project is led by Dartmouth-based SME, Graphite Innovation and Technologies, together with partners Horizon Maritime Services Ltd, and Mitacs.
Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) Awarded Contract by Transport Canada to Work on a $2.4 Million (CAD) Project
Graphite Innovation and Technologies (GIT) is happy to announce that it has been awarded a contract to work on a project valued at $2,400,000 by Transport Canada to investigate a new technology to help reduce the underwater noise and greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) produced by marine vessels.