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Falkland Repair for MOD, successful urgent job completed

The mod asked the IME Group to help with an urgent job in the Falklands, one of their vessels was experiencing electrical problems.

IME arranged for 2 of their experienced electrical engineers to be flown by the RAF from Brize Norton to the remote South Atlantic Archipelago. Initially they both had to take a crash course for Condo training and including a medical course. Then they were rushed to the Falklands, where over the next 7 days they made electrical repairs to the patrol vessel.

On satisfactory completion they were both sent back home. Another successful job completed by IME.

Lease now signed for Repair Services North East facility

The lease has just been signed for the new Repair Services North East Division building in the gated enclose of AV Dawsons, on the Riverside Park, Middlesborough.

The building is being equipped with various machinery including lathes, presses, fork lift trucks etc, to create a repair facility for marine and industry in this area.

The facility is aimed at the marine industry, shipping companies and repair yards.

Heron Refit Southampton

The IME Group have now grown and are now undertaking refits in Southampton docks.

IME Group have just recently completed a refit of the Sand Heron for Cemex Marine. Work involved the extensive fabrication and welding of the vessel alongside in southampton docks.

This was completed 5 days earlier than planned, and the client was very happy with the overal results.

The Health & Safety processes and general attention to safety of the work was found to be very positive and reassuring.

Close to 100 safety inductions were made during the refit.

Safety matters are often reported when something goes wrong, and it is pleasing to be able to provide some positive feedback.

Overall it was very positive feedback and was highly commended by Lloyds register, particularly due to the confined space entry and evacuation arrangements.