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OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE


FEATURE SPONSOR


NEW EAST OF ENGLAND FACILITY FOR MARKET LEADER


Market leading Aids to Navigation Manufacturer and System Integrator, Pharos Marine Automatic Power (PMAP) are consolidating their UK market position by opening a new engineering and operations base in the East of England


Fully supported offshore products include…


• Marine and aviation lighting systems


• Radar response beacons, signboards, fog detectors and buoys


• Sound signals, solar self-contained systems and standby power (uninterrupted power supply systems/batteries)


• Automatic identification systems (AIS), explosion-proof electrical equipment and enclosures


RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT


As the supplier of Marine Aids to Navigation equipment for more than 75% of round 1 and round 2 UK offshore windfarms, PMAP is expanding UK production, engineering and operations in new offices at Beacon Park, in Great Yarmouth’s New Anglia Enterprise Zone and by doing so will increase manufacturing, workshop and yard capability for UK and EMEA operations.


DEDICATED ENERGY INDUSTRY FACILITY


More than 30 of PMAPs East of England- based staff will move to the dedicated energy industry facility later this year, where their National Wind Farm Training Centre accredited team of multi-skilled engineers and technicians, will offer operational and maintenance support to systems installed on offshore windfarms from Greater Gabbard, Kentish Flats, Sheringham Shoal, to Thanet, Thornton Bank, Walney and Beatrice and Blythe.


INTERNATIONAL REPUTATION


The company, with unrivalled experience and an international reputation for servicing virtually all available AtoN systems within the marine offshore market, will continue to provide their engineering services – from consultancy and design through, prototype, manufacture, installation, servicing, maintenance and refurbishment along with end of life decommissioning and replacement – which have been utilised on windfarms and offshore assets in the UK and worldwide.


EXPERIENCE


PM Automatic Power has over 100 years’ experience of providing high- quality engineered and fully engineer supported Marine Aids to Navigation across the energy sector that includes oil & gas, nuclear, petrochemical, renewable and utilities.


The company continues to invest in research and development of bespoke engineered solutions, services and products to meet the constantly evolving market, working closely with customers; recent developments are a stainless steel range Marine Aid to Navigation range including two-mile fog horn, 10NM lanterns and Racon designed in direct response to customer demand. The company’s new developments also include its “Pharo-deck” CAP437- compliant TD/PM Circle and H heli-deck lighting system, with the extensive research and development process ensuring an innovative and comprehensive system, in order to serve virtually all heli-deck customer procurement requirements.


LIFE-CYCLE ENGINEERING SERVICES


It is this portfolio of customer-driven full product life-cycle engineering services and products that have been the catalyst for PMAP’s move to Beacon Park with the promise of further customer driven expansion and local job creation.


Pharos Marine Automatic Power


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SPOTLIGHT ON EAST OF ENGLAND


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