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Successful completion delivers further work

The successful complete upgrade of an alarm and monitoring system for the UK’s largest independent towage firm has resulted in further work for Teesside-based MJR Power and Automation.

The work was carried out on SMS Towage's flagship tugboat ‘Roman’, with MJR's unique MAP OETM alarm and monitoring package delivering excellent operational functionality for continuous monitoring and diagnostics, backed up with MJR’s service team to provide service and through life support.

Completed in just under four months, a rapid turnaround for a project of this nature in the current market conditions, MJR successfully completed:
- The removal of an existing system,
- Installation of a new alarm and bridge panels complete with HMI’s, outstations, and alarms located in the engine room,
- Installation of the new alarm throughout the ship’s bridge and Chief’s cabin whilst retaining existing instrumentation and sensors.

And on the back of the successful contract completion, MJR has secured several other contracts with the leading towage firm including alarm testing, CCTV upgrades and relay replacement on ‘Roman’, as well as a series of additional projects on the company’s tugboat fleet.

Speaking about the completed project, Paul Cairns, Managing Director at MJR Power and Automation said, “We are delighted to have recently completed what has been a complex project for SMS Towage. The quick execution is a genuine credit to our team's talents and knowledge which has allowed us to install a new system in a seamless manner.

“SMS Towage is a valued customer of MJR, and we are pleased that we have subsequently won further work with such a high-profile company. This is true testament to the high quality of our project delivery driven by our experience and expertise and our ability for a rapid turnaround on such schemes.”

Exhibitor; MJR
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