Don't Forget the Diver: Avoid Drydock Repairs

Press Release
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
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Hydrex reminds that their turnkey underwater repair solutions for shipowners can be done wherever and whenever they are needed.

Hydrex’s multi-disciplinary team promises will help to find the best solution for any problem encountered with a vessel below the water line. They will immediately mobilize thier diver/technicians to carry out necessary repair work without the need to drydock.

The company has a long track record of performing complex permanent underwater repairs to thrusters, propellers, rudders, stern tube seals and damaged or corroded hulls. By creating drydock-like conditions around the affected area, our diver/technicians can carry out these operations on-site and within the shortest possible time frame.

Hydrex say that all the projects they undertake are engineered and carried out in close cooperation with the customer and any third party suppliers, relieving the customer of all the hassle of coordination, planning and supervision.

Headquartered in the Belgian port of Antwerp, Hydrex has offices in Tampa (U.S.A), Algeciras (Spain) Vishakhapatnam (India), and Port Gentil (Gabon).

http://www.hydrex.be/



 

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