MarLog will participate at Nor-Shipping 2023 June 6th – 9th. This year, the focus is set on safety for both employees and assets.
With a continuously rising focus on safety and sustainability, it is more important than ever to build a safe environment without compromising quality, reliability and costs. The maritime industry often deals with extreme environments, on- and offshore. In turn, this poses higher demands in terms of protecting assets and crew.
Whether you are looking to minimise accidents with anti-slip, protect ships and quays with fender products or ensure that your vessel is visible with LED navigation lights, we can help you find the right solution.
‘With decades of years in the industry, we have solid experience within logistics service and solutions for ship- and rig owners, contractors and other players. We believe accidents can be avoided by taking proper care and as such, we offer safety- and protection solutions that are flexible, solid and with a long-life expectancy.’
Stop by MarLog and see how you can ensure a safe environment onboard ships and rigs with anti-slip, fenders and LED navigation lights
Nor-Shipping attracts key maritime industry players from across the world, facilitating the space for the maritime and ocean industries to come together. The arena is a natural hub for key decision makers to connect, collaborate and do business. Yearly, Nor-Shipping hosts around 30,000 delegates who are looking to building cross industry partnership, business and sustainable ocean development.
Visit us at stand C01-15 between June 6th and 9th to learn more about how you can reduce maintenance of antislip products, minimise the need for regular replacement of fender products and optimise the quality of your LED navigation lights.
You will be able to experience examples of LED navigation lights from Lopolight and anti-slip products from REAL. In addition, our knowledgeable staff will be available to answer any questions you may have, as well as provide guidance on how you can implement these safety measures into your existing operation.