Clements celebrates 30 years
Celebrating 30 years in 2012
During Seawork, Clements Marine (B13) will celebrate its 30th anniversary. Conceived as a general engineering company in 1982 by John Clements, it saw an opportunity in marine parts manufacture, particularly propellers, marine shafts and stern tube assemblies.
Clements’ reputation grew and, as demand increased, a key part of the quality process was to ensure all the functions were kept in-house. The Clements foundry completed the expansion in 2000 and has proved a key benefit in controlling the manufacturing process.
Today, the company employs nearly 40 people including apprentices. The design of products is achieved using modern CAE techniques and all products are tested to the highest standards required by the industry in-house.
Clements Engineering (www.clementsmarine.co.uk) builds its products to RINA, Germanischer Lloyd and ABS (Ice class) Standards. Appointments such as official suppliers to the Russian Rivers Authority and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) are a testament to the quality build of their products. The products are used throughout the world and exports remain steady despite the economic climate.
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