Euploia Drydocks & Services Ltd signed a collaboration agreement with Pompe Garbarino S.P.A., Euploia Drydocks and Services Ltd wish to broaden professional horizons by representing Exclusively in Greece one of the most well-established companies in the field of centrifugal and positive displacement Pumps for Marine & Offshore, Navy and Industry.
Pompe Garbarino S.P.A. is worldwide leading company which specializes in the production of centrifugal and positive displacement pumps for marine & offshore, navy and industry. The customers of Pompe Garbarino S.p.A. are Shipyards, ship owners, navies, engineering companies, chemical and petrochemical plants, desalination plants, power stations, steelworks, etc., in Italy and all over the world. Pompe Garbarino S.P.A. has the capability to produce more than 450 different models of pumps and offers an excellent service to customers in terms of technical consultancy and after sales service ensuring the availability of engineers on site.
Charis Valentakis, Managing Director of Euploia Drydocks and Services Ltd commented: “This collaboration aligns with our vision to offer to our clients high quality repairs, services & spares parts. We look forward to building a mutually beneficial relationship with Stone Marine Seals and Stone Marine Services. I sincerely hope that this first step will lead to long term collaboration between our companies”.
Paolo Garbarino, Director, General Manager of Pompe Garbarino S.P.A., added: “We are committed to our collaboration with Euploia Drydocks and Services Ltd. Through this Agency Agreement we expect to expand our business in the field of ship propeller and stern gear design, manufacture, service and repair. We expect to increase our sales in the Greek Shipping market and strengthen our position in the Global propulsion system market. We look forward to building a mutually beneficial relationship with Euploia Drydocks and Services Ltd which will be based on Trust & Reliability.
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