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SPS Technology’s Ian Nash, explains in the International Cruise Ship Industry‘s Innovation Magazine that the company’s involvement in an innovative, flexible and reliable approach to repairs and maintenance for cruise ships post-COVID-19, helping with cruise recovery.

‘What is clear is that the traditional processes around class surveys, repairs, and scheduled maintenance are no longer conducive to the industry’s present-day challenges. In order for the cruise sector to bounce back, there is a strong argument to transition away from a warm or cold lay-up in a phased restart. Innovation, marrying proven technologies with common-sense alterations to our standard procedures of assessing and conducting repairs, will be a key driver.’

Ian Nash, SPS Technology


 

SPS Technology has over twenty years of class approved experience delivering repairs and maintenance while vessels or assets are at sea and in service, helping to minimise disruption to operations and get the cruise recovery underway after Covid-19. Our Maritime and Offshore pages offer more information, but we’d be more than happy for you to Contact Us>

With approved hot and cold work installation methods, SPS has been used to efficiently reinstate bottom and side shell structures, decks, tank tops and bulkheads, and to repair vessel cracks. SPS Technology has an extensive, proven history of repairs to cruise ships, bulk carriers, tankers, Ro-Ros, general cargo ships, dredgers, barges, LNG and LPG carriers, ice breakers and many other types of vessel.

 

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