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'Click and Collect' servicing network expands

Ocean Safety, specialists in the worldwide supply, distribution, service and hire of marine safety equipment, is increasing the ease of product servicing for its customers by expanding the network of its collection and drop off locations throughout the UK.

The company has partnered with some of the UK’s largest marina group networks including MDL and Yacht Havens Group, to offer the service to a selection of marinas near the Ocean Safety branches at Southampton, Plymouth and Glasgow.

Berth holders will be able to book their equipment - typically liferafts, lifejackets and other equipment that needs regular servicing to stay in-date -  in for collection and servicing via a simple web booking form on Ocean Safety’s website or by scanning the QR code on site on their phone.  Once the kit is collected from the marina dock office, Ocean Safety liaises with each customer direct to complete the service requirements; equipment is delivered back to the same place on completion.

“Being able to offer a greater number of options for our well-established collection and delivery service is more vital than before, helping to save our customers unnecessary journeys,” explains Managing Director Alistair Hackett.  “The fleet of vans that operate from Southampton, Glasgow and Plymouth branches are now within easy reach of many more of our customers.”

Exhibitor: Ocean Safety

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