Incat Crowther Opens Europe Office

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April 13, 2015

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Incat Crowther reported it has opened an office in Europe.

Located in Southampton, United Kingdom, the office has been created to support a growing European client base and meet the demand for Incat Crowther’s products and services in the region, the company said.

The Incat Crowther Group has reported significant growth as a result of a strong track record, robust and innovative vessel designs and consulting services, the company said. The office in Southampton is a reflection of this growth and is the third new office opened in recent years (following Lafayette, USA and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil). The European office will initially offer design and support forspecialized high speed aluminium ships including passenger vessels, and specialist vessels for the offshore and renewables markets.

As Incat Crowther has grown, the head office in Sydney Australia has developed scalable, universal and robust business systems resulting in ISO 9001:2008 certification in 2012.The Europeanoffice capitalises on the capability and expertise of the Incat Crowther Group, by using well established cloud-based systems and procedures to deliver services locally with the quality and customer service core to the Incat Crowther culture. Incat Crowther understands the increasing demands of specialised vessels and the short time frames in which accurate engineering solutions need to be presented.

Dan Mace, General Manager, Incat Crowther Europe said, “Incat Crowther’s presence in European region is crucial to our commitment to providing high quality, responsive services to our clients.”

The European office is already supporting several large projects. These include the recent delivery of four passenger ferries and one specialist support vessel built at Astilleros Armon in Spain, a windfarm service vessel in final stages of construction at MMS Ship Repair, a multi-purpose vessel recently delivered by Supacat to James Fisher Marine Services, and two new passenger vessels under construction for service in Africa.

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