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SMS Group expands into Shoreham Port

Shoreham Port in West Sussex Photo: Shoreham Port Authority

Posted by Michelle Howard

The SMS Group, a Southampton, UK-based ship repairers and marine engineering services provider, has partnered with the Shoreham Port Authority to provide dedicated alongside ship repair wharfage, and to increase awareness of its Adur dry dock facility.

SMS works in the commercial marine, defense and superyacht sectors. The business also operates, in-house, a diving and sub-surface marine engineering division.

This partnership expands on the existing relationship with Shoreham Port to promote the use of its 50m x 10m Adur dry dock to SMS's customer base along the South Coast.

The Port operates a 24/7/365 operation and both the Port and the team at SMS will do all that they can to accommodate the varying ship repair requirements of all customers.

The agreement was signed at the Seawork International maritime conference and exhibition in Southampton on June 11, 2019.


Jun 12, 2019

 

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