Servicing and hire of inflatable liferafts, immersion suits and lifejackets. Sales of a complete range of marine safety, lifesaving and fire fighting equipment to SOLAS/MED and MCA Code of Practice requirements.
Calibra Marine International are a leading marine equipment supplier and we sell a vast range of quality equipment all carefully selected from the top manufacturers across the world, including Hatches, Fire Doors, LED Deck Lighting, Reverse Osmosis Desalinators and much more.
Mastering the chemistry behind fire extinguishing.
Since 1969 Gianneschi provides a wide range of products for,
Accredited MCA for MGN453 fire retardant treatments on board vessels
Regarded as the leader in the UK commercial marine windows, hidden framed windows, thermally broken windows, doors and hatch industry.
Nautilus Marine Fire Insulation. As a manufacturer of one of the leading passive fire protection barriers in the UK and Australia FIREFLY have developed their next generation of products, NAUTILUS Marine Fire Insulation.
Turner EPS is a Turner Group Company made up of four distinct business units who deliver world class products and services to a wide range of industries in the Global marketplace.
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11th - 13th June 2024
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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