Reflex Marine, Fano Kran Partner

By Michelle Howard
Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Reflex Marine continues to expand its global network of Accredited Service Centers with its latest addition, Fano Kran-Service A/S (Fano Kran) located in Denmark.

Reflex Marine is a company in marine transfer solutions to the offshore, marine and renewable industries and has largely specialized in crane transfer and offshore access with its two key products, FROG and TORO, driving forward improved safety standards. The company has set new standards and expectations for these industries, changing the perspective of crew transfer from being seen as inherently high-risk, to being accepted as a manageable activity that can be performed safely and cost effectively. This ensures continuity in offshore operations, either in day-to-day transfers or as a contingency arrangement.


Reflex Marine’s global operations continue to grow with the company experiencing increasing demand for its crane transfer devices. The company now has a network of six Accredited Service Centres operating globally in Europe, Asia, North America, the Middle East and Australia, enabling Reflex Marine to provide high-quality expertise and first-class operational support to its clients worldwide.


Fano Kran’s core business is the service and maintenance of offshore cranes which positions the company perfectly to offer operators comprehensive support for Reflex Marine’s crane transfer devices.


Reflex Marine’s sales manager for Europe, Charlie House, said: “Having an Accredited Service Centre in Denmark allows for a strategically placed Reflex Marine representative to service customers based in that region as well as the rest of continental Europe. High levels of knowledge coupled with quality of service have led Fano Kran to become well established within the industry and frequently used by major operators.


“Reflex Marine is excited to build on this relationship and to work closely with Fano Kran in order to introduce our brand new product range, the FROG-XT to the region.”


Henrik Andersen, service coordinator at Fano Kran, said, “Our impression is that Reflex Marine products are state of the art with regards to personnel transfer using cranes in an offshore environment. The high level of quality and dedication to safety embedded in the product, matches our company approach and the clients we serve in Denmark and Europe in general.”


Fano Kran not only hold a stock of Reflex Marine crane transfer devices, accessories and spare parts but also has fully trained services technicians in place to both inspect and maintain Reflex Marine products.

 

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