Ocean Safety Opens Office in Aberdeen

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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The UK’s largest independent marine safety equipment supplier, Ocean Safety, has opened a fourth depot in the UK, this one in Aberdeen, in the heart of the oil and fisheries industry on the east coast of Scotland. 

The depot will carry the full range of Ocean Safety stock. It will also be a lifejacket and survival station, and will be manufacturer-approved for that purpose. 

“Establishing the new depot reflects the growing business of Ocean Safety and the customer demand from the expanding offshore renewables market,” said Ocean Safety’s Sales Director, Mark Hart. 

The Aberdeen depot will be managed by Aidan Morrissey, who already has many years of experience with safety products in the commercial maritime industry.  He will also be joined by Service Technician Paul Bonner, who will take charge of servicing of lifejackets, survival suits and MOB recovery cradles.
 

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