Company Profile

HAL Offshore Limited, earlier known as Himachal Alkalies Limited, forayed into Offshore Logistics Segment of Oil Exploration & Production vertical in 1998 with the bagging of prestigious contract of Operation and Management of ONGC owned Multi Support Vessel Samudra Suraksha and Samudra Prabha. The contract was executed to the satisfaction of ONGC, and thus started a journey which over a period of time has seen many first to its credit. From a humble beginning in 1998 as an “Aggregator” of resources, HAL today is one of the leading players in two distinct vertical of Oilfield Logistic and Construction Segment– Logistic Service provides high end DP II Diving Support Vessel to carry out Inspection, Maintenance and Repair (IMR) Program; and Construction segment provides brownfield modification of facilities on Process Platforms and unmanned Platforms. Today, HAL is a veritable one-stop shop for providing Offshore Logistics and Construction Solutions.

HAL Offshore Limited is part of Delhi based MMGroup, a multimillion dollar conglomerate, having presence across diverse verticals such as Bottling and Marketing of Soft Drink under license from Coca Cola USA, Oil Field Logistics and Construction Services, Hospitality, Real Estate, Supplies to Indian Army, Philanthropic Education Trust etc.

Founder

The MM Group is named after Late Shri M M Agrawal, a renowned philanthropist, Ex member of Parliament, a true visionary, and a multi-faceted personality. He laid down the strong foundation for the group. His vision was to make the group not only commercially successful but socially responsible too.

Mr Sanjeev Agrawal, son of Late Shri M M Agrawal, is the Chairman and Managing Director of the MM Agrawal Group. He is a Post Graduate in Management from Coca Cola University, Atlanta, USA, as well as, Gold Medalist in Master of Commerce from Kanpur University, Kanpur. Through sheer professionalism, hard work and foresight, he has been able to create a National presence and his eyes are now set to make the presence of the Group felt over Global Horizon.

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