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Another major player has announced price increases on it’s coating products range of up to 20% due to the significant and continuous raw material cost rises throughout 2017 and early 2018.
The past few years have seen the emphasis on mega yacht topcoats shift from gloss and distinction of Image (DOI) to include more subtle aspects of aesthetics such as orange peel.
Safinah was invited to present to Gard / NHC (Norwegian Hull Club) Surveyors Day in Bergen. This is a biannual event to which Gard and NHC, two marine insurance giants, jointly invite their global surveyors to update them on relevant elements of the marine insurance business particularly with respect to their roles as global marine surveyors.
Our studies have shown that owners typically overspend by 10% to 25% on dry-dock coating costs. This article details how Safinah saved 39% for one client.
Alan Walker, Marine Market Sector Manager at Safinah wrote an article on cargo tank coatings for the Winter 2017 edition of North of England P&I Newsletter Signals.
A Drones Project workshop to gauge the interest in developing a commercial system for the remote inspection of marine structures.
SMARTYards is the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme. Developing smart technologies for productivity improvement of european small and medium sized shipyards. What will be your benefits as member of the SMARTYards-Network?
Darren Broderick presented “Reducing Failures by Considering All Aspects of Design” at the 3rd Prevention of Marine Failures Conference, London IMarEST, 24th & 25th February 2014.
Safinah were pleased to sponsor the Captains Coating Forum at a unique 2 day event for MegaYacht Captains, organised to provide support and understanding of key issues in the luxury yacht market.
Windfarm fabricators, owners and asset managers are beginning to appreciate that paying particular attention to coatings specifications for towers and blades can prevent failures in use and therefore avert costly repairs.