DNV-GL seal of approval for AEGIR-Marine workshop

AEGIR-Marine has received an Approved Workshop statement from DNV-GL AEGIR-Marine has received an Approved Workshop statement from DNV-GL
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AEGIR-Marine has become the first brand-independent service provider in The Netherlands to receive DNV-GL approval for its propulsion system repair and maintenance workshop.

The DNV-GL Workshop Approval underpins the quality of the company’s quality of work on propulsion systems and recognises its work in creating a safe working environment, dealing with hazardous substances and risk management based on elements of ISO 9001, 14001 and 18001.

"As a brand-independent supplier and service provider this approval allows us to offer our customers and prospects a quality assurance,” said Marcel van der Hoff, product manager at AEGIR-Marine Propulsion Service.

“This approval increases the freedom of choice of technical managers and owners of ships.”

Impressive facilities

The newly opened workshop allows the overhaul of ship components up to fifty tonnes with the height under the new crane measuring in at a whopping 12.5 metres.

Because the new building is fifteen metres high, it allows AEGIR-Marine to perform spin tests which means running and simulating propeller and thruster speeds in real time.

AEGIR-Marine is a full service provider for stern tube seals and propulsion systems for the maritime industry.

The company is headquartered in Wijk bij Duurstede, the Netherlands, but it also has offices in Namibia, Singapore, China and the USA from where service engineers can be dispatched to customers globally.

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