Our UK-based manufacturing resources and expertise are at your disposal to supply the rubber fenders, seals and mouldings you need. We offer a fast turnaround and cost-effective solutionshttps://mercator.webvisioncloud.com/CMS/dirCompanyDetail.aspx?id=1442965# courtesy of our 80 years working with the marine industry.
Supplier, Stockist and Manufacturer of rubber and plastic good for all industries, including Marine, Industrial, Engineering and Defence. Our products include: Fendering, Matting, Sheeting, Insulation, Gaskets, Hoses and many more.
FenderTec is thé specialist in marine rubber fenders. We have more than 50 years’ experience in producing various technical rubber products and specialize in manufacturing marine fenders for the protection of portsides, loading bays, tugboats, workboats and other vessels.
Sale, hire and service of Yokohama pneumatic fenders. Hippo range of elastomer coated products including vessel, donut and foam filled fenders Deckside, quayside and mooring products, Diving services and equipment, Lifting services and equipment. Fuels and infrastructure services, Surface preparation products and hire, Bespoke design solutions, Ship-to-Ship transfer services
Inventors of the Moulded Grating manufacturing process and Europe’s Premier Manufacturer and Stockist of GRP products, Fibergrate Composite Structures Ltd sets the benchmark for quality and strength. Our GRP panels, gratings and structures are manufactured to suit a wide range of applications and can withstand even the most demanding conditions. Fibergrate GRP will deliver years of worker safety, low maintenance benefits and offers one of the most cost-effective solutions available.
Committed to quality FPC specialise in the supply of Pneumatic, foam and Timber Fendering. Competitive pricing comprehensive technical manual ensure customer satisfaction.
UK manufacturer of a wide range of marine fenders sutable for tugs, workboats, docks and harbours. We are ISO 9001 accredited and have laboratory and testing resources that enable us to meet all international standards in rubber production.
Maritime International designs and manufactures marine fender systems of all types and sizes. The company maintains the largest inventory of marine fenders in the world. Europe: Tel. +44 (0)1579 350190 Fax. +44(0)870 7062805
Manufacturer of foam and polyurethane buoyancies (all sizes) and exceptionally strong floats for dredging, offshore and sand & gravel industries. Specialists in fenders for workboats, ships. Repair of buoys and fenders. ALSO Repair of rubber hoses, fendering, polyester & PU/PE floaters, with working stations all over the world. Sellers of second-hand hoses.
Suppliers of cell, element, cone, 'V', cylindrical, D type rubber fenders, 'Elastopal' high energy absorbtion fenders, UHMW-PE sliding fenders, Pneumatic fenders with tyre/net. Byggma cast iron bollards 5 to 200 tons. Anchors, chains for ships and moorings, mooring rings, safety chains etc.
Services for the Dredging and Offshore Wind Farm sectors.
Over 30 years’ experience developing innovative berthing, docking, mooring and marine protection systems, to take the pressure off the berthing and mooring of ships, in commercial ports, harbours, terminals and waterways.
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10th June 2024
Get Set for Workboat 2050
The 25th edition of Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, provides businesses the opportunity to showcase their services, equipment, vessels and supplies to an international audience. Speed@Seawork on Monday 10 June in Cowes offers a sector specific event that showcases fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search & Rescue. The Commercial Marine Network, in partnership with Seawork and Maritime Journal, introduce Series 3 of ‘Get set for Workboat 2050’. An online conference series of expert panels navigating the waters of decarbonisation compliance and looking at practical applications across the workboat industry. Visit the Seawork Website Speed@Seawork on the Seawork Website View the Conferences on Maritime Journal
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