Green’s Power News
“Supporting our UK based ship owners and managers with global boiler and economiser services strengthens our offering to Clients of full rounded ship repair and maintenance support during their vessels’ life cycle. We have represented Green’s Power for many years and continue to be impressed with their exceptional attention to detail, customer service, and extensive industry knowledge”.Calvey Marine, Green’s Power’s UK agent
Global Specialists in Marine Boiler and Economisers
Following the merger of Green’s Power and Thornhill Heat Exchangers, the Heat Exchange Group is the leading UK and worldwide supplier of industrial/marine boiler and economiser products and services, continuing to encourage Green’s Power’s rise from strength to strength in supporting vessels globally. During the Pandemic and beyond, Green’s continues to proudly boast ongoing investment in people and machinery.
With a design and manufacture centre in Wakefield and Service Centre in Prudhoe, Green’s Power supply spare parts for all makes and models of boiler/burner and are available to assist 24/7 for boiler service and repair with teams based in UK, Europe and Asia. As well as service and repair, Green’s design and manufacture economisers, waste heat boilers, superheaters and other pressure parts.
Per Christensen recently joined UK’s Heat Exchange Group as Technical Consultant based in Dubai, further expanding Green’s reach and ability to support their Clients globally. Per has over 40 years of experience in the boiler industry associated with manufacture, repairs, upgrades and maintenance. He has worked for companies such as Alfa Laval, International Combustion Engineering and for the previous 25 years with Harris Pye Engineering in Dubai.
Green’s service and repair teams are fully COVID-19 vaccinated and can attend vessels all over the world; global reach and flexibility are crucial during the ever evolving maritime industry and it is these qualities which maintain Green’s place at the top of their sector.
‘Leading and Emerging Stronger from the Pandemic’
On 7th May Calvey Marine are excited to host their fourth Webinar presented by business consultants, GOWI. Whilst previously seminar invitations have only extended to our Clients and Principals, we are now delighted to be able to extend this invitation to those in our Linkedin network (and extended network community!) in a continued effort to support the marine industry. The upcoming seminar will be entitled ‘‘Leading and Emerging Stronger from the Pandemic’’ and will discuss leadership traits and behaviours needed for the next phase in the pandemic, and how our businesses will need to focus on communication, culture and care in order to maximise the opportunity we currently have to accelerate some of the changes you might want to see in your organisations. Whether you are a familiar attendee or a new face to Calvey, please reply ‘yes’ to this message if you would like to join and I will send the invitation to you in due course.
Please get sharing to your colleagues / friends within the industry, we hope to host a productive and informative session to as many of you as possible at ‘‘Leading and Emerging Stronger from the Pandemic’’! For more details, email us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you there.
2021 Seaplant Advert
Calvey Marine strive for any opportunity to promote our exceptional worldwide Principals, offering the very best support to our Clients.
Seaplant is an international marine trade magazine and website providing the offshore oil, marine construction and shipping industries with a dedicated worldwide audience for buying, selling and hiring equipment services and vessels. The magazine lands on the desks of 6500 marine companies each month, and 1/4 million businesses worldwide use Seaplant to find, buy and sell. Throughout the world, in print or online, Seaplant Exchange is the first port of call for marine traders.
We are proud to represent our services in such a prestigious publication and are excited for the opportunity to continue evolving our exhaustive and proactive marketing strategies this year, including our 2021 Seaplant advert.
Calvey Marine Ltd. Re-brand
Despite being unable to do much with the exception of work (for which we are very grateful!), time seems to be moving forwards very quickly; it is with great excitement that we find ourselves writing in the beginning of April 2021 to announce the launch of our new Calvey Marine Website.
On behalf of the Calvey Marine team we would like to take this opportunity to thank our Clients and Principals alike for your ongoing support, as we look to the future and the ever evolving industry of ship repair. We would be delighted to discuss any ongoing or future requirements that you may have in due course, and would welcome the opportunity to provide you with competitive and prompt support. Onwards with Optimism!