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PORTS & PORT SERvICES


SECTION SPONSOR


One of the UK’s leading marine electronics providers


Over a period of nearly 40 years Ships Electronic Services (SES) has built an enviable reputation for professional service and the ability to supply, install and maintain the world’s most advanced marine electronics systems. With facilities in 8 centres around the UK including Grimsby, Aberdeen and Grangemouth on the East Coast, SES works with all marine related applications from windfarm service vessels to ferries and merchant vessels. SES engineers have experience in advanced maritime technology


including satellite and on-board communications together with bridge controls, navigation and entertainment systems.


SERVICE AND TECHNICAL EXPERTISE


The high standards of service and technical expertise offered by SES has been recognised by many of the industry’s leading manufacturers


, for example the company is the sole UK distributor and service provider for Raytheon Anschutz and is a warranty service provider for the mobile satellite communications leader, Iridium.


supplied and installed a comprehensive electronics system on the yards new Offshore Service Vessel ‘MMS Crusader’ which was been designed to service offshore windfarms in the North Sea and other European waters.


GROWING ORDER BOOK


Managing Director of SES, Stephen Roper said, “We have a growing order book for the supply and installation of a wide range of electronics for Offshore Support Vessels to the wind farm industry on the East Coast. Our team of engineers are factory trained and highly experienced to provide the level of support they need.”


CONTRACT SUCCESS


SES won the contract to update the Satellite TV antennas for the ‘RRS James Cook’ the well-known research vessel operated by the National Oceanography Centre (NOC). The contract came after SES supplied and installed global HD TV systems for the NOC’s new research ship ‘RRS Discovery’, which has been heralded as one of the most sophisticated research vessels afloat. Working with the Humber’s premier shipyard, MMS Ship Repair, SES


MAJOR SUPPLIER


As the sole onboard service centre for Cobham, including its Sea Tel VSAT and the Sailor range of GMDSS products, the company has become the major supplier of satellite communication equipment in UK. The company recently won the contract to supply and install the Cobham SATCOM system equipment on the new Condor multihull high speed ferry which operates between the port of Poole and the Channel Islands.


QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEMS


SES has expanded its capabilities and services over the years ensuring its quality and control systems have developed to provide its customers with the level of service and certification expected of professional operations. SES is one of the few marine electronics service providers accredited with ISO 9001.


24/7


Factory trained engineers install, service and supply to shipyards and ports around the UK, in addition to providing


a 24 hour seven day a week service and support line where this professional team is available to talk through problems and solutions whenever and wherever they occur.


Working with the world’s leading electronic brands and the major operators and builders in the UK, SES has developed into the country’s trusted maritime electronics provider.


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