Coldharbour Marine Joins IMarEST Marine Partner Scheme

Press Release
Thursday, April 19, 2012

Coldharbour Marine Ltd., UK-based marine inert gas and ballast water treatment specialists, has joined the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) Marine Partner scheme as a Marine Affiliate, able to draw on the numerous advantages of corporate partnership with IMarEST, a professional body for the global marine community.

“We are delighted to welcome Coldharbour Marine as Marine Affiliates, which offers them a package of services, employee engagement, professional development opportunities, networking, technical support and information opportunities, providing them with a platform to demonstrate their strong commitment to developing employee skills,” said IMarEST’s Chief Executive, David Loosley.

“Each partner in the scheme, and we now have over 40 globally, has different needs, and we develop our partnership arrangements to suit those requirements. Our relationship with Coldharbour Marine got off to a flying start when they sponsored our Ballast Water Technology Conference earlier this year, and Andrew Marshall took part in a Technical Panel at the event. It is good to see opportunities like this grasped at such an early start in our relationship.”
 

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