EnerMech Service Center Established for Reflex

(Press Release)
Thursday, December 01, 2011
EnerMech AS/Image: Reflex Marine

 Reflex Marine has established an accredited service centre (ASC) in Norway for its industry-leading FROG and Toro personnel carriers.

 

The company has appointed mechanical engineering specialist EnerMech AS as the accredited service center in the region. As part of an ongoing program Reflex Marine has established accredited service centers in the UAE, Canada and the Caspian region, and plans to establish further centers in Singapore, the US and Brazil. Reflex Marine’s FROG personnel carrier has become widely adopted in Norway as the safest marine method of transferring personnel to and from offshore installations. The Norwegian offshore industry recognizes the importance of well-planned marine personnel transfer operations that can be implemented safely in the case of emergencies, or when routine methods are unavailable.  One of EnerMech AS’s main business lines is the operation, inspection, maintenance, design, engineering and management of offshore cranes and lifting projects. Trond Møller, general manager of EnerMech AS, said: “This new partnership with Reflex Marine strengthens our offering in the cranes and lifting arena of the Norwegian energy industry. It will improve the way our customers implement and manage marine transfer operations.  We will help them to select the right equipment, deliver training on transfer operations, and ensure that a proper inspection and maintenance program is in place for the lifetime of every carrier.”

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