Working together to support the Marine industry
For the first time Marine and Jacket divisions of Manuplas Marine and Fendering Products, are exhibiting together at Seawork.
With an expanding product range for its marine division and its jacket division beginning to work with marine-based customers the company has chosen to showcase how the two divisions can work with the customer to help reduce costs and improve operating efficiencies.
Since SeaWork 2018, Manuplas’ marine team has grown significantly, “Our team is one of the most experienced in the industry. Our customers can be confident that the solutions we recommend for them are the best fit for their needs” said Greg Hue, Global Sales Manager for Manuplas Marine and Fendering Products.
He continued. “Seawork is a great opportunity to share with visitors our newest fender solutions which, in 2019, will include our new polyurea and rubber ranges. Our established range of polyurethane elastomer coated fenders (particularly wind farm modular bow fenders) which have been used by many operators for many years will also be displayed. Don’t forget to look out for our fendering that will be displayed on vessels at the SeaWork pontoon”.
The increased range of Manuplas vessel fenders has been driven by commercial vessel builders and operators requiring a wider range of fender options to suit their vessels characteristics as they operate in increasingly challenging service conditions with tight operating budgets.
With the same parent company as Manuplas, ContraFlex ® insulation jackets offer heat conservation, personnel protection, high temperature and acoustic protection for marine engine exhausts and manifolds, turbo chargers and SCR catalysts. Recently, customers within the marine industry have seen how installation of its jackets can improve the performance and efficiency of their equipment.
Like its marine division, ContraFlex® works closely with its customers, to understand fully the challenges being faced and is able to provide customisation of insulation jackets in the form of fastening variations, choices of cloth and infill dependent on location and temperature of services. “We’re excited to be exhibiting at SeaWork for the first time, we have recently begun working with some marine customers, looking at how our insulation jackets can improve the lifetime and operating efficiencies of their exhausts and other engine room equipment”. Said Chris Read, Business Development Manager, ContraFlex®.
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