Fendercare Marine IMCA Acredited

Press Release
Monday, December 10, 2012

Following a recent audit, Fendercare Marine receives International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) accreditation.

MCA is the international trade association representing offshore, marine and underwater engineering companies.  It is a respected voice around the world promoting good practice, particularly in the areas of health, safety and environmental standards, quality and efficiency and technical standards.

Fendercare Marine Diving Operations Director, Bob MacMillan said “IMCA Accreditation is very important to us. From day one we have been working in compliance with IMCA recommendations and this accreditation is recognition of the standards that we strive to maintain.”

Fendercare Marine provides an extensive range of diving services and equipment for sale or hire.  The company’s own diving teams are trained and experienced in a wide range of techniques and procedures and are also a member of the Association of Diving Contractors.

“Since the launch of our Marine Diving Services division in 2010, the demand for our diving services has increased dramatically”, said Fendercare Marine Group Business Development Director Martin Dronfield.  “As well as completing a number of diving and marine service contracts in the UK, we are now supporting our customers internationally including the provision of a 30-man team to support FPSO operations in West Africa.  We see many opportunities to strengthen our capability in this area as part of the total package of solutions we offer both above and below the water and our IMCA registration is a significant step on the path to achieving this vision.”
 

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