Category: Case Studies

Missing Seafarers Programme

Human Rights at Sea (HRAS) is the current leading civil-society maritime human rights platform, aiming to end human rights abuse throughout the maritime environment. Established in 2014, the charity works tirelessly to increase global awareness of human rights abuses at sea through international advocacy by conducting investigations, delivering education and publishing case studies. HRAS also…
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EXCELLENT RESULTS FROM TWO SUCCESSFUL ENERGY AUDITS

Two specialist shipping companies achieved excellent results from their 4-yearly mandatory Energy Savings and Opportunities Scheme (ESOS) audits in 2019. Both Wightlink Ltd, who operate three of the vital five cross Solent ferry routes to and from the Isle of Wight; and Global Marine Systems Ltd (GMG) who have been responsible for laying and servicing…
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MOVING THE SHIP’S CRANE FOR TRIALS – A UNIQUE PROJECT

With a lead time of only 6 weeks, our client had an urgent request to fit out their 120 tonne catamaran diving tender SHORELINE ENGINEER, based in Portland, UK with new deck cradles and winches. She needed to handle and tow the customer’s new equipment for development trials in and out of the water, all…
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