Fendercare Opens Office in Sharjah

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Fendercare Marine Middle East celebrate the official opening of their new regional Head Office in Sharjah with an official event to celebrate at The Address, Dubai Mall before the invited guests – including customers, local dignitaries and staff from the Fendercare Marine global locations - were transported to the new base. After the official opening ceremony, conducted by Fendercare Marine Managing Director Eric Plane, the attendees were given a tour of the premises including the extensive new warehouse facilities.

Their brand new, purpose built premises at Emirates Industrial City Sajaa, Plot No 146/16, PO Box 25896, Sharjah, UAE will enable the company to offer an even wider range of products and services to both their existing and new clients.

“I would like to thank all of our guests for helping to celebrate the opening of our new Head Office”, said General Manager Bode Gbadamosi. “Our new base increases our ability to exceed customer expectations while giving us the space to expand our product and service offerings. As a team, we are committed to providing the best possible customer service to our existing and new customers, supported by the wide range of quality products and services you would expect from Fendercare Marine

Since 2000, Fendercare Marine Middle East has supported the oil & gas and marine needs of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries from their base in the UAE. The new base will continue to provide a wide range of products including fendering, buoyancy, mooring, quayside and deck equipment. The services now available to customers includes a new range of lifting and testing services, diving and ROV, SPM maintenance and hose testing.

Recently celebrating its 25th anniversary in 2013, Fendercare Marine has rapidly expanded to become one of the world’s foremost suppliers of marine products and services. In 2005, Fendercare Marine became a part of James Fisher and Sons plc, a leading provider of marine services with extensive experience in the maritime and offshore industries worldwide.


 

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