- Seaflex waterbags now are stocked in France, Germany and Greece to service local demand for the testing of cranes, lifeboats, gangways and other load-bearing structures.
- The number of Seaflex rental locations within Europe now increases to eight, stretching across the continent from Stavanger to Athens.
- The sale of waterbags and convenient local through-life servicing support is also available from all these bases, to customers who prefer to purchase rather than hire such equipment.
- Seaflex have been helping contractors worldwide work more safely, efficiently and profitably since 1987.
As of early October 2016, the Seaflex brand of Unique Group’s Buoyancy & Ballast division is delighted to welcome three new waterbag partners to their European network.
Seaflex WaterLoad™ bags and Seaflex-trained service technicians are now deployed at Acebi SAS of Saint Herblon, Nantes (France), Woell Marine Safety of Ahrensburg, Hamburg (Germany) and Navaltech of Piraeus, Athens (Greece).
The equipment servicing standard in each of these locations is exactly the same as in all other bases in the Seaflex network. Each and every bag will be thoroughly inspected and tested by a trained technician between rentals, so users can be assured that the bags they receive will do the job required of them straight out of the crate, first time, every time.
Alongside offering rental of this equipment within their domestic markets, these new partners are also able to offer the sale and subsequent local support of Seaflex waterbags up to the new and market-leading 100t WaterLoad™.
Chris Sparrow, Unique Group’s Buoyancy & Ballast Global Sales Manager commented, “We are extremely happy to have Allan, Sascha, Iraklis and their teams onboard as part of our ever-expanding Seaflex network. Their companies are well-known and well-respected within their markets, the Seaflex business model is a very neat fit with their current range of activities, and we are sure that the presence of Seaflex equipment combined with first-rate back-up will be of great interest to those involved in the testing of cranes, lifeboats and other load-bearing structures within the French, German and Greek markets.”