New "Center of Excellence" for Crewsaver

press release
Friday, December 14, 2012

Crewsaver transfers to purpose built site in move to become ‘Centre of Excellence’ for personal and commercial marine safety products.


Crewsaver, the UK’s leading marine safety equipment manufacturer, is pleased to announce that it is moving into new purpose built premises as part of the company’s strategy to become a ‘Centre of Excellence’ for personal marine safety and commercial marine products. The site includes a new showroom providing retailers with the opportunity to view Crewsaver’s ranges in an accessible location as soon as they become available.


“We’re delighted to be moving into our new premises as Crewsaver continues to grow and secure its place as the UK’s leading marine safety equipment manufacturer. We wish all our clients and customers a happy festive season and look forward to welcoming retailers to our new showroom next year where they will be able to view our extensive collections in an accessible south coast location,” Jon Crossland Crewsaver’s General Manager, said.


With over five decades of expertise in the marine safety sector, Crewsaver prides itself on its thorough research and development process, and the latest investment by Survitec Group board of directors demonstrates their confident outlook for the future of this well-established business.


Crewsaver’s new address and contact information from Monday17th December 2013 will be as follows:
 

Crewsaver
Survitec House
Lederle Lane
Gosport
Hampshire
PO13 0FZ
United Kingdom

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