Metalock in A&P Shipcare - Chatham

Monday, January 07, 2002
A&P Group has signed an agreement between A&P Shipcare - Chatham and Metalock Engineering (U.K.) Ltd. proposing an inter company co-operation venture. The foundation of this venture is based on a close working relationship between Metalock and A&P Shipcare which goes back many years. Metalock already regularly carry out works at all A&P locations and are an ISO 9002 accredited company, as are the A&P facilities. The Metalock process is an internationally recognised brand name which is synonymous with marine and industrial repair, the world over. Metalock are not only familiar with ship repair yards, but also the technical departments of the world ship owning community and all the various classification societies. Metalock are building a reputation, which is based on the quantity of their varied services, work undertaken by the teams of highly skilled technicians. A&P Shipcare has many established facilities in the UK including Tyne, Tilbury, Chatham, Ramsgate, Dover, Southampton, Plymouth, Falmouth and Mersey. For more information please call the
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