Metos Marine Offers New Cabin Fitting Concept

—Brochure Available Through the combined forces of Metos Marine and Parma-Marine, a new building concept for fitting ship cabins and other similar spaces has been conceived. The concept offers a planning service in the initial planning phase of a building project and, using new production technologv, prefitted building parts to carry out individual projects.

This method makes the traditional way of building possible eventhough the parts are factory-made and prefitted. The customer is able to choose what the delivery will cover, whether it is a complete turnkey package or one including just the supply of panels. Since a comprehensive planning service is included in the delivery, the customer merely provides the necessary specifications.

Metos Marine carries out, on the basis of the customer's specifications, the required layout, design and installation plans of panels, furniture, electricity, plumbing and ventilation. Each shipment is tailored to a customer's resources and individual requirements.

One of Metos Marine's latest customers is Birka Line of Mariehamn, who had all the accommodation spaces, cabins, corridors, etc. of one of their cruise liners fitted using this new concept.

Metos Marine specializes in offering solutions for cooking processes and catering systems which cover all the functions, from receipt of raw material to the handling of waste.

The architects and engineers at Metos Marine are ready to plan and carry out a functional layout according to the shipowner's and shipyard's wishes, and will find the most suitable solution for each project.

To date, Metos Marine had delivered systems and complete catering equipment for more than 600 vessels worldwide, and is one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers in this field.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 17,  Jun 1986

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