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GCS partners with Servowatch

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Governor Control Systems has partnered with U.K.-based Servowatch Systems Limited to sell, service and support SSL vessel automation and alarm monitoring systems from GCS facilities in Fort Lauderdale, Norfolk, Seattle and New Orleans. This includes 24/7 service and support of existing systems, as well as design and installation of new and upgraded systems at ports and shipyards in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean, according to a company statement.

Servowatch has provided marine alarm, monitoring and control systems, and other ship technology for more than 40 years. The system architecture is approved by all major classification societies and can be applied to any type of vessel.

“Servowatch is excited to partner with GCS to provide sales, service and support to our technologies within the commercial marine, yachting and military markets,” SSL CEO Wayne Ross stated.

GCS, founded in 1998 and based in Fort Lauderdale, is a privately held company specializing in the design, installation, service and repair of rotating and reciprocating equipment control solutions to the marine and land-based power generation industries.

For more information, visit govconsys.com.

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