CCL Shipcare Limited New Marine Service
An entirely new marine servicing company which will operate on a worldwide basis is CCL Shipcare Limited of Winchester, Hampshire, England. CCL Shipcare, which was recently formed out of the established Continental Combustions Limited, is a subsidiary of the Petrocon Group, and offers a very wide range of professional, technical ships support services which have been designed to assist shipowners in keeping their vessels in profitable service. CCL specializes in engine room and propulsion machinery, and deck cargo-handling gear and is fully staffed with qualified marine engineers on immediate call to travel anywhere in the world, offering extensive practical knowledge of a great variety of marine equipment, machinery systems and the operational needs of tankers, containerships, cargo vessels, etc.
The CCL support services comprise of three divisions, all organized so that as much engineering work as is practically possible is carried out onboard on voyage, thus minimizing emergency breakdown costs and drydock, repair yard costs, etc.
The three divisions are: (1) Systems Engineering —- A project engineering team of marine engineers offering a full contractual service from onboard technical survey through to design, installation and commissioning of complete machinery systems; (2) Technical Services — Experienced, specialist teams of marine engineers immediately available to be flown to vessels at sea, anywhere, anytime, to trouble-shoot, overhaul, etc., and assist ship crews with special technical problems, and (3) Equipment and Supplies — A professional procurement team of marine engineers experienced in providing fast and accurate identification of onboard need, location and replacement of machinery or spares, purchase of spares in most competitive market home or abroad, with continuous and skilled expediting from source to delivery—backup installation and commissioning services if required.
CCL Shipcare Limited is based in Winchester.
Other work bases are in Egypt and Persian Gulf, and the company is represented in Glasgow, Copenhagen, Rotterdam, Goteborg, Oslo, New York, Houston, New Orleans, Singapore, Piraeus, and most recently Helsinki.
For further information about CCL Shipcare services or for literature, contact A.C.
Jones, CCL Shipcare Limited, Easton Lane, Winnall, Winchester, Hants, England, and Christopher Bolger, Alexander Marine Associates, Inc., P.O. Box 1048, Port Washington, N.Y. 11050.
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