OSL Group wins “Best Logistics Company of the Year” award

Bhubaneshwar (Odisha) [India], March 1 (ANI/PNN): Orissa Stevedores Limited (OSL) has been awarded as the ‘Best Logistics Company of the Year’ for its successful diversification into multiple logistics at the 7th edition of the ‘East Coast Maritime Forum 2022’ held in Kolkata on February 24, 2022, as organized by EXIM India Shipping Times. On behalf of OSL Group, Lingaraj Panigrahy, Vice President, Marketing and Coordination, received the award in the presence of Dinesh Parida, Senior Executive, Ashis Kumar Bose, Vice President, Paradip Port Trust (PPT) and Harjeet Kaur Joshi , former CMD, Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) during a special program organized recently.

OSL Group also won the coveted ‘Best Material Handling Company of the Year’ award from the distinguished jury members of organizer EXIM India Shipping Times who evaluated numerous companies to choose the best company from handling. On behalf of OSL Group, Harihar Dash and Subash Acharya received the prestigious award.

Speaking of the award, Mahimananda Mishra, President of OSL Group, said, “This award has confirmed that the company is on the right track in this regard. We will continue to keep up to date with the best standards and practices in place to implement them. “We are committed to providing the best services to all our stakeholders and we will continue to expand, diversify and improve our profile,” he added.

OSL Group has received several awards over the past few years in different categories and fields, which is the recognition of OSL’s efficiency, potential, capabilities and achievements, further confided Mahima Mishra. Learning more about OSL’s future expansion plan, Charchit Mishra, Director of OSL Group, said, “With a team of over 8,000 employees, OSL has launched many projects in Odisha, such as the construction of Odisha’s first river jetty, for energy segment like in Oil & Gas, construction of tank terminals, mechanization of berths, pipeline laying operations, creation of multimodal transport and FTWZ, pipe fabrication high quality sailors, infrastructures such as the construction of quays and the integration of activities in the maritime domain under one roof.

As Odisha plans to become India’s steel hub, OSL Group sees huge potential due to increased demand for steel and increased import and export business. export in the port sector. This story is provided by PNN. ANI shall in no way be responsible for the content of this article. (ANI/PNN)

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