Carnival Secures Fire Protection Maintenance Contract

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Thursday, October 17, 2013
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Marioff has signed a five-year frame agreement for maintenance services with Carnival Corporation & plc. The agreement covers servicing and maintaining HI-FOG water mist fire suppression systems already installed onboard 66 cruise vessels owned by Carnival Corporation and operating under Carnival Cruise Lines, Holland America Line N.V., Seabourn Cruise Line Ltd., Cunard Line, Carnival Australia, P&O Cruises, Princess Cruise Lines Ltd and AIDA Cruises brands. Marioff, a supplier of water mist fire protection technology and supplier of system solutions worldwide under the brand HI-FOG, is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp.

The five-year agreement is amongst the most extensive agreements Marioff has ever formed, in terms of scope and duration. According to the agreement, Marioff will provide a broad range of services to Carnival Corporation & plc, including annual and breakdown maintenance, more extensive periodical preventive maintenance services, spare parts sales and crew training on the system operation. Marioff has designed a standard, fleet-wide service program with Carnival Corporation to align the maintenance processes and documentation to meet latest OEM service recommendations and IMO and class society rules.

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