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Founded in 1995 by marine engineer Richard Gardiner, who began his career in the Merchant Navy before progressing to the rank of Chief Engineer on private yachts, Global Services began operations by delivering from shore support to yacht engineers in need of a reliable source of engineering spares

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Trading internationally from nine geographical locations in the UK, Burgess Marine Ltd’s legacy dates back to the 1970s when it began operating on short sea ferries and high speed craft; following a successful few years in these markets, the company made the strategic decision to expand into three specialist markets, commercial marine, defence and superyacht, in the early 2000s

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Britain’s largest independent ship repairer and marine engineering services provider, Burgess Marine, has completed the acquisition of the Superyacht centric procurement specialist Global Services and its sister company Global New Builds

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Trading internationally from eight geographical locations in the UK, Burgess Marine Ltd’s legacy dates back to the 1970s, when it began working on short sea ferries and high speed craft

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Britain’s largest independent ship repairer Burgess Marine has secured a long-term lease from ABP Southampton for two slipways at the top of Southampton Water. Currently occupied by Marchwood Slipways, the footprint will be renamed Burgess Marine Marchwood. It came under Burgess Marine’s management on October 1, 2015. Brian and Rossalyn

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Trading internationally from six geographical locations in the UK, Burgess Marine Ltd’s legacy dates back to the 1970s, when it began working on short sea ferries and high speed craft

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Burgess Marine has had a phenomenal start to 2013; in January the company announced its acquisition of its biggest competitor, Southampton based Testbank Ship Repair, making the combined business the largest independent ship repairer in the UK

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