Survitec Group will be showcasing its wide range of products and services for the cruise and ferry market at this year's Cruise Shipping Miami. Representatives from the company will be available on Stand 2001 on the Northern Ireland Stand in Hall C from 12th - 14th March to answer questions and provide information to cruise owners and operators.
Well known for its lifesaving equipment, Survitec supplies the cruise industry with everything from commercial liferafts and MES, to pyrotechnics, safety electronics/beacons, lifejackets, immersion suits, dry suits, personnel rescue devices, rope, rescue boats and firefighting solutions. Popular brands now under the Survitec umbrella include RFD, Beaufort, DSB, DBC, Imperial, Elliott, SurvitecZodiac, EV, RFD Toyo and Crewsaver.
Available to view on the Survitec stand will be the SOLAS approved Crewsaver Premier 2010 inherently buoyant lifejacket, the Crewsaver Seacrewsader SOLAS Twin Chamber lifejacket and the Crewsaver Immersion Suit. Detailed product information will be available on the Crewsaver Personnel Recovery Device (CPRD) for MOB rescue, the company's range of Imperial lifejacketsand survival suits, the Crewsaver Crewfit Twin 2010 lifejacket and Survitec's portfolio of marine evacuation systems (MES).
Visitors can also find out about Survitec's new Global Liferaft Hire Programme, which leverages the company's global network of service stations. This is a flexible solution-based service that allows a cruise line operator to choose between service hire or liferaft exchange with the additional option of a fully managed service.
Following a number of strategic business acquisitions, Survitec has recently expanded its product and service proposition in the United States, Canada and Mexico. A new unified North American sales and support team is now able provide customers with access to a wider range of Survitec products and services, all within a unified pricing structure.
Survitec has also been actively expanding its global distribution network to cover all the major cruise ports around the world. This network now comprises over 580 accredited service stations. Survitec operates a further 37 wholly owned service stations worldwide. Customers benefit from unrivalled service and support in over 2000 ports and 96 countries, covering the top 200 commercial and passenger ports worldwide.
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