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New Scottish office

Marine Fire Safety is very pleased to announce the opening of Marine Fire Safety (Scotland), located in Fraserburgh and led by Scott Duguid and Andrew (Drewie) Webster; a highly experienced team with a wealth of Scottish marine fire and safety industry

Marine Fire Safety (Scotland), agents for Stat-X Aerosol and CO2 systems, will be equipped to supply and service an extensive range of marine firefighting equipment. In addition, liferaft hire and a full range of marine safety equipment, will also be available.

Mark Bresnahan, Managing Director of Marine Fire Safety Ltd comments; “The decision to set-up the division in Fraserburgh; which will service the whole of Scotland, is the next phase in our growth strategy and builds on the recent successes of our service station here
in Surrey. We have a large customer base in Scotland, which comprises of fishing, aquaculture, and offshore wind industries, as well as light commercial workboats. We are certain that this expansion will give us the ability to achieve greater visibility, as well as additional localised support and service opportunities, to fishermen and small commercial operators and their vessels.”

Marine Fire Safety (Scotland) will offer Scotland based customers ‘complete capability’ for all theirmarine firefighting and lifesaving equipment requirements, including Stat-X Aerosol Systems, fire detection systems, liferaft hire, lifejackets and immersion suits, through to man overboard equipment and pyrotechnics.

Exhibitor; Marine Fire Safety
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