Survitec Group Holds Rope Stocks in Singapore

By MarEx 2013-04-04 13:56:00

Survitec Group is well placed to supply South East Asia's growing shipping and commercial marine market with competitively priced rope products through its dedicated stock holding and logistics warehouse in Singapore.

The facility holds a good supply of mooring ropes and nylon mooring tails suitable for container ships and bulk carriers, as well as OCIMF MEG 3 compliant mooring systems for tankers and offshore storage vessels.  Survitec's Nutech, Nutech Plus, Megaflex and Winchtech ranges are in high demand locally with ropes available up to 84mm in diameter.

The Singapore warehouse also plays a key role in Survitec's ongoing strategy to provide customers with the same consistent level of service and product quality irrespective of location.  By stocking up on the most popular products, Survitec can offer faster delivery times on rope throughout South East Asia together with a more comprehensive service package covering all major ports around the world. Non-standard ropes can be stocked if customers notify Survitec in advance.

Survitec’s Rope Expert, Nick Dennison stated: "Having a permanent stock of mooring ropes in Singapore is of real benefit to our customers. This is the key port in the area and it is being used more and more by the world's shipping.  With our warehouse facility we are uniquely placed to meet tight delivery deadlines on our most popular rope products. This facility is part of our extensive service and distribution network and capability to provide a single source solution for managing a fleet's global rope requirements through a single point of contact within Survitec."

Survitec's global service and distribution network includes 37 wholly owned service and distribution centres and over 580 Survitec Group approved service stations run by agents and distribution partners.  The company's fibre and wire rope products can be supplied through all of these outlets.

The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.