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Titan Marine now running as a closed yard

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New Zealand-based Titan Marine is now running as a closed yard, project managing all work on its 1,500-ton slipway and repair berth in central Auckland.



The company’s team includes aluminium welders holding class approval under Lloyds, Germanichser Lloyd and ABS classifications, among the other specialist marine engineers. Other services include steel, stainless steel and aluminium fabrication; painting and fairing; surveying; interior and exterior refits; mechanical services; and antifouling. Full project management is available onsite. Class-approved fabrication and machine workshops allow all work to be carried out meters from the yacht.



The Titan team changed to a closed yard to provide greater quality control over the various subcontractors frequently employed within the yard, according to a company news release.



”We believe the ability to work directly with the vessel allows transparency in time and cost for the client and gives our management team greater control in ensuring quality is maintained,” project manager Anthony Bridge said.

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