SeaSafe Marine wins another fleet contract

By Curious

Leading lifeboat repair & maintenance specialist SeaSafe Marine has entered into a fleetwide lifeboat servicing contract with one of the world’s largest dry bulk operators. The agreement covers statutory annual and 5-Year services, as well as unplanned services and supply of all spares.

Managing Director of SeaSafe Marine, Andrew Lemmis says, “This recent agreement reflects the trend in owners outsourcing their lifeboat maintenance and repair to third party providers and the associated growth in demand for our unique product and service delivery.”

This agreement follows a series of new business wins for SeaSafe Marine since the beginning of the year. These include other lifeboat service fleet agreements with a leading Norwegian VLGC owner and a US-based dry cargo manager and the annual servicing of lifeboats, rescue boats and davits for several major cruise and ferry operators.

Customers choose SeaSafe for a fast and efficient service at flat rates with no additional charges. SeaSafe Engineers bring years of experience and a unique understanding of industry needs from both ship owner and service provider perspectives.

About SeaSafe Marine

SeaSafe Marine is an international service provider for marine lifesaving equipment. Authorised by maritime administrations and classification societies to service and certify all makes and types of lifeboats, release gear and davit systems. SeaSafe’s own team of engineers, trained and approved by most manufacturers, are located at key global hubs and able to mobilise with rapid efficiency to any port. Services also extend to deck cranes, cargo cranes and gangways. SeaSafe Marine is a Wallem Group company.

Source: Wallem