Guardian Maritime News

11 May 2015

GUARDIAN Antipiracy Barriers Available to Lease

Photo: GUARDIAN

Guardian Maritime announced that GUARDIAN antipiracy barriers are now available to lease. A passive solution against the threat of piracy, GUARDIAN ship protection system provides worldwide 24/7 protection against stowaways, robbery and piracy for vessels, crew and cargo at sea, anchor or in port, as well as static installations such as oil rigs. Offering an affordable solution, with no initial outlay, the GUARDIAN leasing scheme provides the flexibility of a passive solution, at a fixed quarterly price.

09 Dec 2014

Mares Joins Guardian as Europe, U.S. Agent

Photo courtesy of Guardian

Going from strength to strength, Guardian Maritime Ltd, producers of GUARDIAN anti-piracy barriers, has further expanded its worldwide coverage and distribution by signing a deal with Mares Shipping GmbH, specialists in the supply of spare parts and technical equipment for ships, for it to become the latest stockist and agent. With owners seeking a more crew friendly and environmentally responsible option in the fight against piracy, GUARDIAN, a proven alternative to razor wire…

22 Oct 2014

New Dual Use Piracy Barrier Launched

Guardian Greenwater

Guardian Maritime launched Guardian Greenwater, a new product that was developed to deal with the issue of greenwater on-board deck following turbulent weather conditions, but also serves as piracy barrier but . It will be fitted onboard a tanker next month, its first installation. David Stevens, Sales Director at Guardian Maritime says “Following several months of development and trials, we have designed a modification to the reverse of the unit which alleviates the issue of Greenwater by providing a drainage mechanism.

12 Jun 2014

The “Green” threat to oil rig security

... emerging as an issue as alarming as piracy. Last week an oil rig in the Barents Sea hit the headlines after being successfully boarded, stopping drilling for 89 hours at an estimated cost of $1.26million. So who were the boarders; gun toting pirates threating violence and looking to steal? No, this was a “peaceful” protest executed by Greenpeace which saw 15 activists from 8 countries scale and occupy a rig to protest against drilling plans near to the Bear Island Nature Reserve.

18 Feb 2014

Winfield Joins Guardian Management Team

Guardian Management Team Teresa Stevens, David Stevens & Jean Winfield

Guardian Maritime Ltd. announced the appointment of Jean Winfield as its new Marketing Director, strengthening their worldwide management team. Jean has more than 20 years’ experience in public relations and marketing, with the last 15 years being specifically in maritime having been involved with many shipping companies and events across the globe. She joins Guardian Maritime’s board having already worked with the company through her PR and marketing company Jeanius Consulting and is delighted to take on the new additional role.

04 Feb 2014

GUARDIAN Rebranded under Guardian Maritime

The GUARDIAN brand of antipiracy barriers is restructured under a new company name. With immediate effect, GUARDIAN will now be provided by Guardian Maritime Limited. In taking their whole operation back in-house the original inventors and owners, David and Teresa Stevens, plan to further expand the company, adding to the team and increasing worldwide representation as well as further developing a range of additional antipiracy products. The first real alternative to razor wire, GUARDIAN works by covering a ship’s safety rails with a specially designed barrier.

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