In the marine market, tight deadlines and budget constraints are common obstacles to overcome. Even finding a qualified welder for a marine application is a challenge, so being able to join pipe without flame can make all the difference in the marine world. Reducing time spent on repairs and labor expenses means you can focus on doing your job and keeping your crew safe. However, when dealing with a work environment that involves floating on a volatile sea, it can be difficult to ensure safety and precision while operating ocean-based support vessels, drill ships and oil platforms.
By operating on both land and water, marine repairers and equipment installers tackle a variety of tasks from general maintenance and repair, to upgrading and installing state-of-the-art systems and equipment. Along with these tasks comes a wide array of maritime risk exposures, both large and small, which the business owner needs to adequately address.