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With line stations, at more than 30 different international airports and a customer base that includes Lufthansa, Emirates, Swiss International Airlines and easyJet, Storm Aviation is the ideal international partner for those seeking 24-hour line maintenance

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It was in October 2007 that a dynamic new company called AMAC Aerospace took the first major step in its development by signing a 35-year land lease agreement with Switzerland’s EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse

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TDW Distribution, one of South Wales’ largest distribution companies, is employing the latest mobile technology to improve its fleet maintenance operation

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Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam (DSAm) has completed maintenance works on cruise vessels Marco Polo and Magellan. Both vessels are operated by British based Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV), part of the Global Maritime Group. The works represent the on-going business relationship between Damen and CMV.

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The creation of Lewis Rowland, Viewsafe is the safety assured maintenance aperture for the condition monitoring of live electrical switchgear and assets that has taken the shipping and oil and gas industries by storm

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The increasing emphasis on operational costs is bringing growing ship owner recognition of the role of independent marine diesel engine overhaul and maintenance providers, says Sarah Wade

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The whole nine yards Founded in 1984 by Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, Mr Luis Contreras Pena and son Mr Luis E Contreras Brea, Ciramar International Trading Co., Ltd. Shipyards (CITCL) today is recognised as a well-reputed marine facility that specialises in afloat repairs, new construction, marine engineering and conversions.

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Walcon Marine designs, installs and maintains marinas, yacht harbours and other berthing facilities

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Naval Rocha is a yard providing vessel repair and maintenance in Portugal’s capital city, Lisbon

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The island of Beckholmen, Stockholm, has a long history in the Swedish maritime industry, not least since the foundation of Stockholm Repairyard in 1992

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